It’s a good thing that I’m in this for the long haul because if I were a different person I’d quit online writing after a month like November.
My Suite 101 numbers are slightly higher this month than last month. They went up by a whopping $27.15. I would be excited with the small increase if it weren’t for the fact that I earned $87.68 more in November 2009 than I did in November 2010 (and I’ve written 62 more articles).
If you have read any of my recent posts about Suite 101 here at NJFM, you know that my numbers have been rapidly declining. If it continues, I’ll soon have to pay Suite 101 for the honor of writing there.
My eHow numbers tanked in November. They dropped by $303. However, when I compare my November eHow numbers to last year this time, I really can’t complain, they’re $451.99 higher than they were last year.
Well, there’s really no ugly. Everything else pretty much held steady for the month of November. When I do an overall comparison from November 2009 to November 2010, I see that I earned $314 more this November than last, so I shouldn’t complain too much.
Also, it appears that my numbers tanked last November too. Fortunately, there’s something I can do about my situation. Now that I know my current writing portfolio tanks in November, I can write a few seasonal articles so I won’t face the same residual downturn.
By writing a few seasonal articles and following Ken’s internet marketing advice, I think next year will prove to be a lot different than this year.
You gotta love this online earning stuff. You really do have much more control over your income than you think.