January 2012 Blog Income Report

2012 hasn’t exactly started the way that I wanted it to. A quick eye over the stats in this blog income report will tell you that I didn’t concentrate on my online dealings in January as I was hit with some personal problems. I don’t want to highlight them all here but it involved the end of a two year relationship and the loss of my first child who was aborted at 3 months.

People who know me will tell you that I’m a tough son of a bitch and I’ll keep fighting no matter what people throw at me.

And without further ado let’s get on with the meat of the matter. πŸ™‚

Page Impressions & Visitor Count

The unique visitor count for January stands at 2,456, which is a huge decrease of 1,060 from the month of December.

The page impression count for January stands at 5,038, which is a big decrease of 1,478 from the month of December.

This means that each unique visitor looked at 1.68 pages.

My bounce rate has dropped from 67.89% to 71.74.

I don’t think anyone will be surprised to see I have dropped a lot of traffic after what I have had to deal with offline in January. Hopefully when I get my head together I’ll be able to put this right again in February or maybe March.

Show Me The Money!

Adbrite = $0.56 (+$0.37)
ContextWeb (AdsDaq) = $0.28 (-$0.74)
Fidelity Media (AdJuggler) = $0.29 (-$0.02)
Passive Income = $17.24 (+$0.23)
Private Advertising – $215.00 (+$210.00)
Private Writing = $380.00 (-$66.15)
Reviews = $103.85 (-$25.65)
Smowtion = $0.64 (+$0.35)
TLA = $4.00 (+/- $0.00)
UnderDog = $0.01 (-$1.15)
Zapunited = $0.20 (New)

Total = $722.09 (+$116.84)

– ZapUnited is a new network that I am trying out.

– I hit a bit of good fortune with my private advertising in January. I really hope that is not a fluke.

– Half of the private writing amount came from some clients I’d done work for several weeks ago, nice to see they FINALLY got round to paying me.

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. most successful business ideas
2. my plans for the future
3. unfollow non followers
4. blog income report
5. i need discipline

Popular Posts of the Month

1. 5 Ways to Enjoy Your Weekend Without Spending Any Money
2. December 2011 Blog Income Report
3. Top 5 Most Successful Business Ideas in History
4. 5 Free Twitter Tools to Unfollow Non-Followers
5. Yes, I Quit My Job to Earn Passive Income While Sitting on the Beach All Day!

5 Top Site Referrals

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

1. facebook.com
2. smuggecko.com
3. urlopener.com
4. problogger.net
5. webconfs.com

Top 10 Commenters

This is just my little way of saying thank you to the people who take the time to comment on this blog. Without you guys it would be just me rambling away. πŸ™‚

1. Patrick (5)
2. Tabby (5)
3. Amanda DiSilvestro (4)
4. New York hifu specialist (4)
5. Lennart Heleander@Property Marbella (3)
6. modern bath vanities (3)
7. Retail Panda (3)
8. tires (3)
9. David (2)
10. Mohideen @ seo blog (2)

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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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  1. Very sad to read about the loss your child as well as the relationship, Dean. You have my deepest condolences my friend.

    Hopefully your earnings pick up in Feb. I myself haven’t had a good December and January income wise and am hoping to turn it around in Feb too.

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    • Thank you very much Jean, that means a lot. πŸ™‚

      Despite the problems I’ve suffered I actually beat December’s total but I have to thank some very close friends who helped me reach deadlines without asking for anything more than a pint of beer down the local pub. πŸ™‚

      Lets hope the rest of the year is much better for both of us. πŸ™‚

  2. Its sad to hear of loss in past month hope u will earn more in upcoming months
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    • Thank you Mohideen, despite my personal problems I am glad to see I am still on course with the income …… thanks to some very close friends who did a huge chunk of the work for me.

  3. My condolences, it is now trying to get over it as much as possible and new efforts and challenges to come back.

  4. I feel excited when I am looking anyone blogging income report and try to concentrate more on my blog to get such income.
    By the way congrats man!!
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    • That is one of the reasons why I publish it, I like to encourage and inspire people to push on with their own blogs after they have seen what I am doing with mine. πŸ™‚

  5. I’m so sorry to hear about the loss of your child. I know you can surpass this test. And i know you will earn more in upcoming months. Just be strong and keep the faith.
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  6. Amazing figures, Dean, for all the trouble around! Beste wishes

  7. Hello Dean Saliba,

    $722 is not enough income, i don’t think i can survive with such money.
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