May 2011 Blog Income Report

I would firstly like to apologise for this report being published so late in the month. I have had some exciting things going on lately and have not had time for anything online related. Hopefully July will see me back to normal. Yay!

Page Impressions & Visitor Count

The unique visitor count for May stands at 1,369, which is an increase of 218 from the month of April.

The page impression count for May stands at 2,967, which is a further decrease of 194 from the month of April.

This means that each unique visitor looked at 2.17 pages.

My bounce rate has shot up from 40.32% to 58.95%.

Again my page impression has tumbled while my unique visitor count has risen nicely. Again I can only put that down to not posting regularly and not producing quality content.

Show Me The Money!

Adbrite = $0.08 (-$0.20)
ContextWeb (AdsDaq) = $0.38 (-$0.03)
Fidelity Media (AdJuggler) = $0.11 (+$0.01)
Passive Income = $0.04 (-$0.76)
Private Writing = $394.00 (-$78.55)
Reviews = $74.50 (+$7.50)
Smowtion = $0.17 (-$0.19)
Tradedoubler = $1.60 (-$2.05)
TLA = $4.00 (+/-$0.00)
Traffic Revenue = $0.12 (+/-$0.00)
Twitter = $1.45 (-$0.45)
UnderDog = $0.02 (-$0.02)

Total = $476.47 (-$74.74)

– I pulled in over 3,200 (with this blog and another blog) impressions and UnderDog paid me $0.02? Something is amiss.

– I was running a campaign with Tradedoubler, they have now contacted me saying the client put down the wrong info and have taken back all the money that I earnt from them.

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. Blogpayz
2. i need discipline
3. pros and cons of social media
4. unfollow non followers
5. wordpress internal server error

Popular Posts of the Month

1. Pros and Cons of Social Media Marketing
2. 5 Free Twitter Tools to Unfollow Non-Followers
3. April 2011 Blog Income Report
4. How to Get Started in Writing Articles Online
5. 19 Blog Review Networks

5 Top Site Referrals

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


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. 🙂

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8. Photo Frames (2)
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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. you can collect unempoyment if your blog is paying you under the table but if you are getting a check at the end of the year and are collecting unemployment you can get into alot of trouble.

  2. Even if you get part-time work, you can still keep some unemployment benefits. $100 a month is so much less than a living wage that it should have little effect on the amount of unemployment benefits that you’re entitled to.

    • In the UK you can earn up to £70 a week (thats about $120) before they start cutting down your benefit. I have no idea how we got into this discussion though, I ever mentioned it in my post. lol

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