Year End Report, Made $1,000 profit
Last Update: Jan 4, 2019
As promised here is my year end report. It is nothing to scream from the rooftops yet but it is WAY better than last year and I made just over $1,000 profit. I KNOW that this works now and I can clearly see how to keep moving forward. I know this new year will be even better and I can't wait to compare these numbers with the end of 2019. I had many challenges this year including new health problems and the earthquake to deal with and many more in between. These took my time away from my websites. I know I can make WAY more if I put more time in and stay consistant.
On Amazon I made a total of $378.28 in 2018. Not huge but, the year before I made only $89!
You can see my Amazon results above.
From WA I made a total of $993 for 2018. Here are my WA payments.This is not including the $138 I got paid 1/1/2018 since I made that in Nov. 2017 for the Black Friday sale but did not get paid until Jan. So I am counting that in 2017. Likewise, I am counting my Black Friday Sales for Nov. 2018 in 2018 even though they aren't getting paid out until 2019. I suppose it doesn't matter which way we count these as long as we are consistant.
Therefore I am counting the last $130 pending from Black Friday Sales this year as well.
So that is a total of $1,371.28 for 2018. In 2017 I made $224.Therefore, I made 6 times more in 2018 than 2017. This does not account for expenses however. If I include expenses, I did not make a profit in 2017 at all.
I also made $6 from Shareasale but have not been paid yet. I have not made anything from other affiliates but I don't promote them much.
So, now I will subtract my expenses.
WA membership: $299 Black Friday Membership
WA domain $13.99
Namecheap domain $13.16
Wincher premium $7 per month now (used to be free) so total of about $35
This is a total of $361.15
That results in a net profit of $1,010.13! YAY!
In 2017 I had the WA membership of $299 as well as the domain names of $13.99 and $13.16 but not the Wincher expense. So my expenses in 2017 were $326.15 and I made $224. Therefore I was at a net loss of $102.15.
So, 2017 - $102.15 (net loss)
and 2018 +$1,010.13 (net gain)
Overall I am very pleased with this progress.
I can't wait to see what 2019 brings!
Onward and Upward!!
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