May Traffic and Income Report – $691.60This post may contain affiliate links. Please see my disclosure policy for more details.
I just have to laugh because it seems like it’s feast or famine here at Thrifty T’s Treasures! Last month my income was $12 and this month it’s $691. Hey, I’m definitely not complaining at all. I’ll take whatever the Lord blesses me with!
The Blogger Network – $273.36
Juice Plus ($100 was a bonus) – $205.75
Izea (sponsored post) – $150
Direct Offer (sponsored post) – $150
Amazon Affiliate Network – $36.54
Total Income – $815.65
Juice Plus (samples, postage and business cards) – $56.06
Web Designer (tech help) – $46.65
PhotoDune (post images) – $8
Host Gator (hosting) – $6
BoardBooster (Pinterest Scheduler) – $5
Feedblitz – $1.34
Izea – $1
Total Expenses – $124.05
NET INCOME – $691.60
Top 10 Traffic Sources
Top Viewed Posts
What I’ve Been Up To This Month
Throughout my blogging career I’ve had quite a few companies email asking me to write/share their product for free. In the very beginning of my blogging career I grabbed up anything I could get. This month when I was super stoked when the company that wrote me agreed to pay my sponsored post fee.
Bloggers, our time is valuable and we shouldn’t have to work for free. I encourage you to set a price for your sponsored posts/ad space and stick to it!
How’s My New Mission Going?
Last month I shared about my new mission – Juice Plus. (Simply put – it’s fruits and vegetables in capsules and chewables, protein and energy in shakes, and growing your own produce anywhere with a TowerGarden.)
I think I did pretty good with sales this month considering that I’m a newbie, not to mention the fact that I earned a $100 bonus.
How would you like to get paid for inspiring health and wellness? I’d love for you to join me on this mission, so don’t hesitate to contact me for more info or with your questions!
Paying It Forward
Using both this month and last month’s funds, we were able to help Maricris who lives in the Philippines!
She is preparing for the post-harvest operations of her palay (unhusked rice) and wants to ensure that she will have ample time for threshing, drying, storing and processing her harvest to make way for another cropping season.
I can’t tell you how exciting it is to help a fellow entrepreneur pursue her dream!
Now it’s your turn to share! How did your blog do in May?