When I come to NJFM I swear I can hear crickets and the wind howling through this ghost town. Unfortunately, there’s very little new to report here.
Let’s see if I can sum it up:
My earnings were just a smidge higher in July than they were in June. My July earnings were $1,573.88. My average daily residual earning for July is $50.77. That’s not too bad considering I didn’t do any real work in July, but it’s pretty pitiful when you compare it to my March numbers of over $3,200 with an average daily residual in excess of $100 a day.
As I look at the numbers, I was surprised to see how my Chitika income increased by almost 62%. Although the percent of increase sounds good, it only amounted to an increase of about $17. But in a glass half full type of way, I’d rather it increase than decrease by 62%.
Suite 101 earnings have improved, although June’s numbers were better than July’s. Both June and July’s figures are a significant improvement from the meager earnings of January.
Infolinks continues to perform even when my traffic takes a nosedive. It’s less sensitive to the traffic ups and downs than AdSense. AdSense continues to be a roller coaster and I’ve given up trying to figure them out. When I write, I write strictly for the reader and if I earn money through AdSense good, if not, so be it.
I usually get a check each month from Amazon and earn a meager existence from my HubPage articles. HubPages earnings accumulate at a rate of anywhere between $14 and $18 a month.
It’s summer. I’m going to try my best to enjoy it. I’m hoping you’re enjoying your summer too.
As far as my new venture goes…well, it’s summer. I haven’t done a thing on that end either. Guess I should have waited until September to start a new financial venture. Yet another lesson learned.
(Hmmm, just noticed the Google plus at the top of the post. I’m not sure how that got there, but I’ll have to figure out how to get rid of it. Serves me right for ignoring NJFM!)