Blogging for Online Income

$631.58 :: Blog Income :: August 2007

By | September 3rd, 2007|Categories: Income Reports|

This income report has been revised because of an account adjustment by LinkWorth. In an email dated September 11, 2007, LinkWorth notified all affiliates that a programming error had overstated affiliate earnings on new referrals. As a result of this mistake, they debited $300 from my account ($90 of which they had already deposited into [...]

Blog Income Report :: July 2007

By | August 14th, 2007|Categories: Income Reports|

This income report has been revised because of an account adjustment by LinkWorth. In an email dated September 11, 2007, LinkWorth notified all affiliates that a programming error had overstated affiliate earnings on new referrals. As a result of this mistake, they debited $300 from my account ($90 of which they had already deposited into [...]

Blog Income Report :: June 2007

By | July 11th, 2007|Categories: Blogging, Entrepreneurship, Income Reports, Internet Marketing|

Income produced on Genius Types jumped by another 58% in June, the third consecutive month of 50%+ increases! Total earnings were $396.29. The compound monthly growth rate (three-month rolling average) is at a very healthy 60%. Let's pretend for a moment that I can keep up this insane rate of income growth for the next [...]

Traffic Report :: June 2007

By | July 3rd, 2007|Categories: Blogging, Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurship, Internet Marketing, Traffic Reports|

Genius Types received 48,952 page views in June. Unique visitors to Genius Types increased from 10,463 in May to 16,938 in June, a 38% increase. Genius Types added 227 feedburner subscribers over the month (a 34% increase), averaging about 7.5 per day and ending the month with 671 subscribers. The compound monthly growth rate (rolling [...]

Blog Income Report :: May 2007

By | June 7th, 2007|Categories: Income Reports|

Income produced on Genius Types jumped by a whopping 61% in May! Total earnings rose to $245.41. The three-month rolling compound monthly growth rate of income earned is at 51%. Can you imagine a stock that grew at 51% per month! Income Breakdown $113.81 from Google AdSense $105.33 from Text-Link Ads $12.00 from tips $10.00 [...]

Traffic Report :: May 2007

By | June 2nd, 2007|Categories: Traffic Reports|

Genius Types received 34,865 page views in May. Not counting StumbleUpon traffic, unique visitors to Genius Types increased from 8,286 in April to 10,463 in May, a 26% increase. Since April traffic included an unusually high number of StumbleUpon referrals (8,616); overall traffic actually decreased. I added a whopping 140 feedburner subscribers over the month [...]

Blog Income Report :: April 2007

By | May 11th, 2007|Categories: Income Reports|

Income produced on Genius Types jumped by over 50% in April! Total earnings rose to $152.53. The compound monthly growth rate of income earned on GeniusTypes.com over the last three months is sitting at 34%. If it continues to grow at that rate, Genius Types will earn over $3800 in April of 2008. Six Months [...]

Top Stumbles :: Car Pinball

By | May 4th, 2007|Categories: Link Soup|

Here are my favorite stumbles over the last few weeks. I like to stumble sites reccommended by my network of friends, so be sure to add me to your friend network. Car Pinball in Portland :: This is an insane video of a bunch of cars bouncing off of each other on the icy roads [...]

Traffic Report :: April 2007

By | May 3rd, 2007|Categories: Traffic Reports|

Traffic increased nicely last month from 10,314 unique visitors in March to 16,902 in April. The compound monthly growth rate (rolling average over the last 3 months) is holding strong at 46%. The statistic I'm most proud of is the growth in Feedburner feed subscriptions. Genius Types gained 90 subscribers over the month, averaging about [...]

Should You Specialize or Generalize Your Blog?

By | April 30th, 2007|Categories: Blogging|

Conventional wisdom in the blogosphere says to pick a theme for your blog and stick with it. For bloggers with more than one interest, this usually means operating multiple blogs. Proponents of this theory say that too many topics will confuse your readers. As usual, I hold the contrarian view on this topic. I think [...]