2010 has been one weird year for me (check my personal blog for more on this), hopefully 2011 will be a better and more productive one. And what better way to kick it off than by having a look at how much money this blog earnt last month. Subscribe To NewsletterSubscribe to my mailing list …

December 2010 Blog Income Report

2010 has been one weird year for me (check my personal blog for more on this), hopefully 2011 will be a better and more productive one. And what better way to kick it off than by having a look at how much money this blog earnt last month.

Page Impressions & Visitor Count

The unique visitor count for December stands at 945, which is a nice increase of 249 from the month of November.

The page impression count for December stands at 1.968, which is a huge increase of 713 from the month of November.

This means that each unique visitor looked at 2.08 pages.

Money! Money! Money!

Adbrite = $0.68 (-$0.52)
AdEngage = $0.09 (-$0.01)
AdsDaq = $0.49 (+$0.17)
Bidvertiser = $0.00 (-$0.41)
Clicksor = $0.02 (re-added)
Passive Income = $0.06 (+$0.02)
Reviews = $154.21 (+$30.31)
Smowtion = $2.13 (+$0.21)
TLA = $6.00 (+/-$0.00)
TNX = $2.27 (new)
Traffic Revenue = $0.07 (new)
Twitter = $6.86 (+$4.85)
UnderDog = $0.24 (+$0.19)

Total = $173.12 (+$37.17)

Top Five Search Terms

I like this part of the monthly income report. It is amazing how people find this blog on search engines

1. unfollow non followers
2. specticles
3. i need discipline
4. wordpress internal server error
5. top referral sites

Popular Posts Of The Month

1. 5 Free Twitter Tools to Unfollow Non-Followers
2. 19 Blog Review Networks
3. November 2010 Blog Income Report
4. August 2010 Blog Income Report
5. Adding Your Own Logo To The WordPress Login Page

5 Top Site Referrals

The top five sites that sent the most visitors to this blog.

1. intensedebate.com
2. twitter.com
3. forum.smorty.com
4. selbstaendig-im-netz.de
5. affiliateblogonline.com

– I do not include Google in this part because it ALWAYS comes top.

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About Dean Saliba

Dean Saliba is a freelance writer, music lover, professional blogger, media enthusiast, dirty football player and huge professional wrestling fan who covers a wide range of subjects and niches including, making money online, traffic generating, pro wrestling, blog reviews, football, how-to guides, music, internet marketing and more.

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6 comments

  1. Great work mate! You have done a great job 😀 Keep it up!
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  2. 2010 has been a pretty odd year for me too, hopefully I am pretty much sure 2011 will be a lot better for me too. Best of luck and a happy new year to you dude.
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    • Hiya Shiva, thanks and the same to you mate. I’m glad that you managed to get that malware situation sorted quickly. Some people have nothing better to do with their sad lives than to mess up other people’s sites. 🙂

  3. Where does your stats come from? Google analytics? I don’t think it gives me accurate starts – or it;s oprejudiced.

    For instance, yesterdays traffic on my blog according to Hostgator is 84. Google analytics reports there was only 7. Does anyboy know how that works and which one is true, to base your blogs performance on?
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    • I’ve used many traffic stat plugins and have found Google Analytics to be the most accurate.

      Maybe Hostgator is also counting you visitng your admin pages? I know a fair few traffic stat plugins that do this but Google Analytics doesn’t.