February 2017 Blog Income Report

Disclaimer

Below is my income report for February 2017. I am again including my expenses, so you can see those as well. I am not including any affiliates where I did not reach the minimum payout and was not paid this month.

Income

Advertising – $60
Find Your Influence – $30
Clever Girls Collective – $65
BlogHer/She Knows – $290
Massive Sway – $75
ShareASale – $86.17
Tomoson – $110
Social Fabric/Collective Bias – $40

Total Income for February 2017 = $756.17

This month was very slow on the blog with good reason. I moved to Albuquerque! This transition took all my time and energy and my blog suffered. I am back in the groove, and March will be much better.

Expenses

Pinterest Advertising – $70
IZEA Basic Membership – $1
LinkInProfile (Instagram Tool) – $9.99
Mad Mimi (Email Service) – $16
Rafflecopter (Giveaway Tool) – $13
PayPal Fees – $1.97
Supplies/Props – $13.24

Total Expenses for February 2017 = $125.20

My expenses this month were lower than normal because of the small hiatus I took to focus on moving.

GOALS

Increased revenue comes with increased traffic. Utilizing social media to gain traffic is almost necessary in this age of technology. More and more people are going to Facebook and Instagram and Pinterest for their information. A good goal to have is to utilize instagram advertising agencies to gain traffic to your blog by improving your click through rate.

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2 Comments on February 2017 Blog Income Report – $756.17

  1. Melissa C.
    March 7, 2017 at 10:55 am (6 years ago)

    Thanks for linking the spreadsheet! I’ll definitely take a look at some of them as my blog grows 🙂

    thefamilyvoyage.com

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  2. Lily S.
    March 7, 2017 at 9:07 pm (6 years ago)

    Loved reading your income report, I just did mine for the first time in January so looking forward to continuing. I wanted to get some more ideas on what to include in my February report.

    Reply

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