Earnings for November 2016

A dollar sign.This is a summary of the income, both received and accumulated, that was earned during November 2016.

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.

RedGage earnings are, as has been the standard for some time, still missing.

Fizzy is still not earning anything, and whether or not the outstanding earnings will ever be paid is still open to question.

Amazon US earnings increased, the highest for this year but below the amount earned for the same period last year. Amazon UK earnings decreased very slightly.

InfoBarrel advertising earnings have been updated, and competition winnings have finally been added, but they are 75% down from the same month last year. They still do not look remotely accurate.

Earnings from the role playing game supplements on RPGNow declined sharply, being just over half of the previous month’s. This still made them the third highest to date.

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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: $15.27 ($12.44) – This includes YouTube income and has been converted to dollars from pound Sterling.

Amazon: $91.98 ($10.78)

Amazon UK: $20.47 ($20.54) – This has been converted to US$ from UK£

InfoLinks: $0 ($0)

Miscellaneous: $8.64 ($7.15)

RPGNow: $3.18 ($2.01)

Games:

These are, currently, earnings from games on the Flash platform.

Fizzy: $0 ($0)

GamesChart: $0.00 ($0.00)

Kongregate: $0.04 ($0.06)

MindJolt: $0.10 ($0.15)

Writing Sites:

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

Daily Two Cents: $0 ($0) – Daily Two Cents earnings are now made from AdSense, and will no longer be included.

Expertscolumn: $0 ($0)

HubPages: – Well, I’ve learned that you can’t disclose HubPages’ earning figures, so these will no longer be listed here.

myLot: $1.70 ($1.79)

InfoBarrel: $46.26 ($11.46) This still doesn’t look accurate

Writedge: $0 ($0) As with Daily Two Cents, earnings are now made from AdSense, and will no longer be included.

eBook Sales

Kindle: $0 ($0)

RPGNow: $220.15 ($424.92)

TOTAL: $412.28 ($491.21)

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 ($0)

Epic Game Ads: $0 ($0)

Swagbucks: $12.49 ($12.23) – This has been converted to US$ from UK£

Writing Sites:

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

bitLanders: $0 (-$2.10)

Other:

Advertising: $0 ($0)

eBay: $0 ($0)

Misc. Sales: $0 ($0)

TOTAL: $12.49 ($10.13)

The total for accumulated and received income during November 2016 was $424.77 excluding actual payments received from the Accumulated Income section. The latter will already be taken into consideration in prior months, when applicable.

October earnings in total were $501.34, so there was a decrease of $101.57.

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