June Earnings

| July 2, 2011

June 2011 EarningsBeing the holiday weekend and all, I’ll keep this post short.  I’ll let the graph do the talking.

Happy 4th!

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Category: Earning Money, Holiday

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Felicia A. Williams is a freelance writer and blogger. She spends the majority of her time with her family and writing. If she's not writing or commenting on NJFM, she's either outside smelling the roses or writing articles for one of her other sites.

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  1. Geoff says:

    This is encouraging.

    The section I write for at Demand Studios, eHow Money, used to have over 70,000 titles in it. Now we’re down to 800 and most of those are not writable. DMS will NOT explain what’s going on. I’m very saddened by this, since this is how I make the most of my upfront income.

    Guess it’s time for me to stop being Hem and Haw. I will re-read that book tonight and get a fresh start tomorrow in a new direction.

    Thanks for the post!

  2. Chris Price says:

    Yep, looks like you had a boost, then a drop, but overall you’re basically where you were in January.

  3. Very encouraging to see your bounce back! Mine is going much more slowly, but progress is progress.
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  4. If you hate input from others, building your own residual income is vital. I started finding this out a few years ago. Unfortunately, I build my residual income on sites I didn’t own and that got hit hard by Panda. I’m scooting all my stuff over to sites I control now.
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  5. Amanda says:

    I know this is unrelated to your post. But having just received a client’s comment about my article, I finally understand why you go for residual income. I read from other blogs that clients can be hard to please sometimes. I understand now, you really have to experience it to understand it…

    • Felicia says:

      Amanda, sorry about the harsh comments from your client. Think of it as a blessing in disguise. It may be the comment needed to get you to build your residual income.

      • Hi Felicia. Congrats on the new benchmark of residual income. As far as pleasing clients Amanda, you’re not always going to please everyone. The best you can do is try to meet their expectations, but admittedly sometimes you may just have to let one go. I did that recently with a job I had written for a Textbroker. Client wanted a revision, but instead of explaining to me what the issue was with the article they left a comment simply saying ” oh, I don’t think this is going to work out” needless to say I put the job back in the work pool, and took another.

  6. kidgas says:

    Thanks for sharing this. You can see the effects of Panda on the graph but also the rapidity with which you seem to be bouncing back. Happy Fourth to you also.
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