2011 August Blog Income Report – More Income Sources

Another month is over, this time it passed so quickly to this blog because I have not published any articles (except one) in August. In fact, I planned to avoid this month income report because it should not make my readers to think that I’m publishing only blog income reports here rather than writing something useful for them. Later, I decided to publish because it may give some motivation, ideas and trust in blogging that making money is possible by blogging. Here is my August blog income report.

If you compare with my previous income reports, you could see the increase in number of income sources for August 2011. Some of the new sources started to provide extra money. This 2011 August blog income report is from my two blogs, one of my main tech blog (www.sysprobs.com) and this blogging blog (www.dailyblogmoney.com)

august adsense earnings

Compared to previous month (July 2011) income $1536.29, I managed to get total of $1756.59 in this month with 14% growth rate.  The growth rate is quite OK and I have to accept it because I was on vacation for half of the August month and rest of the month gone with same holiday mood and home country sick 🙂

 

OK, Here is the breakdown,

Google Adsense –     889.78

Infolinks –                    86.82

Contextweb CPM –   276.51

Technorati CPM –        36.66

Amazon Associate –   120.14

Pixazza –                  103.20

ShareASale Affiliate –    87.48

Hostgator Affiliate –      50

BuySellAds            –       56

Blogging Service  (Half Payment) – 50

Total –                      1756.59

 

 

Things I wanted to Share

Compared to main tech blog, this blog is getting very less traffic but it managed to make $ 212.48 ( 25$ – Adsense, Sharasale and Hostgator affiliate, blogging service) in August. This is a good conversion rate and I’m happy with that.

Sysprobs crossed 500,000 page views this time too, so I’m thinking to join some more money making programs which requires 500,000 page views.

 

Blogging Service

Yes, I got my first client (in fact second also later). I have not started any promotions or separate blog page for this purpose. This client reached me after checking my articles, knowledge (I hope…) and my achievements. Its really a great feeling to get clients like this and work with them. In fact, he is a nice person too.

My second client also very interesting, but I work with her for FREE. Because of she bought hosting package in Hostgator via my affiliate link and discount coupon GIVE25DISCOUNT which gives 25% discount in your total bill.

Also, I can work with you for free to start your new blog or re create your existing blog if you purchase hosting package at Hostgator. For more information contact me immediately.

 

BuySellAds

Finally one of my ad slot is sold in BuySellads. Earlier I started with low price and after the recent traffic increase my CPM rate went further down. So, it would have been the best deal for advertisers. That’s why my ad slot was sold out. Anyhow, I’m happy to get 56$ from that ad place where I never utilized before.

 

Other All Networks

Fluctuated as usual.I think I have to play around with some ads and its positions which I will be doing in coming days.

 

How much You have Made?

Its your turn now to share your income, traffic or any great achievements in August 2011. I could not publish any useful articles in August, but I promise, September will not be the same.

By the way, if you have any questions and doubts but never found the answer in internet, please ask here. Let me see whether I can answer your blogging and money making questions.

 

Good luck friends..

    • @Zack,
      Yes, I experienced it.
      According to my knowledge and what I learned from other sites, these clicks mainly comes from two ways.
      1) Google served some public service ads. These ads do not give any income for publishers.
      2) Google detects click fraud. So, they treat as a click but do not pay.

      If you experience this issue very often, then you have to look this issue seriously.

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