Earnings for January 2014

A dollar sign.This is a summary of the income, both received and accumulated, that was earned during January 2014.

The earnings are divided into two main categories, Accumulated and Received. Accumulated earnings also detail any payments received from that category during the month. Earnings are then further broken down into the areas from which the earnings were made. Earnings for the previous month follow the current month’s revenue in brackets.

For a full breakdown of article related progress and earnings, see the complete article on InfoBarrel.

Most of the work done during the month was related to articles, and any associated affiliate programmes, rather than other sources.

Earnings were up this month although this was primarily due to winning the monthly competition on InfoBarrel, as many areas have seen a decrease in income, something that is not unexpected at this time of year. Bubblews earnings improved slightly, and InfoBarrel saw the best tier earnings ever, but Amazon sales dropped and no eBay sales were made. RedGage earnings are included for the first time, as this is the first time the figures have been available since the site was redone.

Amazon, despite its drop, still saw one of its best months – which, given the amount earned, is not that impressive. Bubblews continues to account for an enormous proportion of advertising revenue.

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Accumulated Income

Accumulated income is earnings from the month that were accumulated to accounts, to be paid out at a later date.

Affiliate Programmes:

AdSense: $23.36 ($27.34) – This includes YouTube income and has been converted to dollars from pound Sterling.

Amazon: $1.37 ($17.57)

InfoLinks: $1.44 ($0.72)

Miscellaneous: $1.00 ($0.73) – This is earnings from various minor programmes


These are, currently, earnings from games on the Flash platform. Fizzy is still being reported as an attack site, and there adverts are still causing warnings from Norton, which likely isn’t helping revenue there. In addition, earnings from December and January are not being properly displayed in the finalised figures – they are, in fact, missing.

Fizzy: $11.99 ($18.44)

GamesChart: $0.15 ($0.05)

Kongregate: $.06 ($0.37)

MindJolt: $1.03 ($0.85)

MochiMedia: $13.51 ($13.93)

Writing Sites:

These are earnings from various writing sites that aren’t received through other affiliate programmes, such as from Google AdSense and Amazon.

HubPages: $0.53 ($1.26)

InfoBarrel: $119.65 ($11.15) – $100 of this was from winning the monthly competition.

RedGage: $0.02 (N/A)

TOTAL: $174.11 ($92.41)

Received Payments (Monthly):

These were payments received during the month, excluding any mentioned earlier under accumulated. These are programmes for which a monthly payment, or payments, is usual, rather than those which build up to reach the payment threshold. This includes those that make the occasional monthly payment without accumulating earnings.

Affiliate Programmes:

CPMStar: $0 ($1.31)

Epic Game Ads: $0.49 ($0.53)

Writing Sites:

Again, this is money that wasn’t earned through other affiliate programmes.

Bubblews: $250.70 ($228.01) – This is both cleared and pending PayPal payments.

Squidoo: $2.41 ($4.84) – No payment was actually received, and this money was added to the Reserve Hopper.


Advertising: $4.45 ($13.5)

eBay: $0 ($20.58)

TOTAL: $258.05 ($268.77)

The total for accumulated and received income during January 2014 was $432.16, excluding actual payments received from the Accumulated Income section. The latter will already be taken into consideration in prior months, when applicable.

December earnings in total were $361.18, so there was a increase of $70.98.

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