And for the third month in a row now, the massive content and affiliate experiments I’ve been launching since the beginning of summer have continued to pay off in a big way. I talk a lot about those experiments and the strategic shifts I’ve been making with my blog this year Great Britain Email List in my new course, Built to Blog. Overall, I generated $19,894.95 in side income revenue during September of 2018. As side income was up significantly over the previous month (again), that extra increase also translated into a huge jump in net profit—up to $12,904.00 for the month.
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The Forecast 🌤: I’m currently spending the week in Lisbon, Portugal with the Close.io team for a dose of working, exploring, eating, drinking and hanging together (yes I still have a full-time job—and I couldn’t be more pumped about the team I get to work with). After retreat wraps up, I’m spending another week stopping through Amsterdam & Berlin, so if you live in those cities… Great Britain Email List hit me up! As a result of all the travel, I’m expecting a pretty big dip down in side income for the month of October, since I’m taking half the month “semi-off” and enjoying my travels. By November, side income should start to swing back up again as my brand new Built to Blog course continues to climb in enrollments and I spend more time working on ways to drive more sign ups.
Side Income Breakdown For September 2018
In these monthly reports, I track my total side income every month, including each individual source of that income, and associated expenses with running my side businesses. This is the good and the bad. Next, I break down the traffic to my blog which heavily impacts my side income, including what’s performing best and how I’m working to drive in more readers. I also cover how many Great Britain Email List subscribers I’m at, the number of new subscribers acquired during the month, and what that growth trajectory looks like. Then I talk about my podcast download numbers for the month, and which episodes performed best.