My Writing Progress Report for February 2017

Notebook and PenIn February I published 23 articles on the general site (13,136 words), 8 articles on the science fiction site (3,979 words), 4 role playing game supplements (8,690 words), 3 articles on bitLanders (3,396 words), 2 articles on the clothing site (1,100 words), 1 InfoBarrel article (1,077 words) and 1 blog post (595 words). I also reposted a former Bubblews article (705 words) on the clothing site.

The total number of words written in February was 57,429, up substantially from January.

A dollar sign.Writing Related Earnings for February

AdSense income for February was £1.62, down again from January, mostly from the electronics site with a tiny amount from the general site. AdSense income as a whole was down for February although YouTube income was up.

Tier 1 and Tier 2 income from InfoBarrel was a pathetic, and still unbelievably bad, $10.62. This was slightly up from January, but is still down something like 80%. If this is actually genuine – which is by no means certain – the redesign of the site has badly hurt income, income that was already down for no discernible reason. Notably, I have now stopped publishing on InfoBarrel, because it simply isn’t worth spending time on any longer.

Amazon

Amazon US income for February was $33.31 with 18 items shipped, down from both January and February last year. It appears that Amazon have abolished the referral percentages (something they did on Amazon UK some time ago) and it’s uncertain what difference that has made to income. Amazon UK earned £0.64 from 1 item dispatched, up slightly from January (which was nothing) but down from February last year. All the sales were from the electronics site, but that hasn’t been performing as well over the past few months.

eBooks

I published the four role playing game supplements mentioned earlier on RPGNow in February, one of which was my second Pathfinder supplement. There were 91 sales across 36 supplements earning $65.31, down from last month and also down from February last year, but in that month I did publish what are currently my second and third bestselling supplements and nothing comparable was really published this year, only the Pathfinder supplement just before the end of the month. This last did account for a notable percentage of the income.

Once again, nothing new to report for Kindle.

Niche Sites

Once again, nothing new was published on the electronics site and once again it accounted for all of the Amazon income and the vast majority of the AdSense income.

I republished a former Bubblews article on the clothing site, added content to a placeholder page and published a completely new article on the site. All the old Bubblews articles are now added to the site and it now needs to be rebuilt; a redirect plugin would be useful here but I haven’t found one that seems suitable as yet.

As well as the 8 articles mentioned earlier I also published 25 posts on the science fiction site. I want to increase the publishing rate on this site as I have a lot of content that needs pushing out.

I published 5 posts and 4 pages on the RPG site and it accounted for one small sale, although no affiliate revenue from this. Still, the affiliate revenue is simply a slight boost to the actual source of income, the supplement sales.

Once again, there is nothing new to report on the writing site.

myLot

I published 35 posts on myLot and earned $2.41, up slightly from January and now the second best month since my return, even with it being a short month.

bitLanders

I published 34 microblogs as well as the three articles mentioned earlier. All three articles got the second highest score of 4/5 stars, which does make the score for the first article look poor in comparison. With the changes, I didn’t publish any of the shorter blogs like I used to. The site is earnings money, although I haven’t cashed out as yet; as some will be reinvested, I won’t count the money until it’s withdrawn.

General

I published the 23 articles mentioned earlier on the general site; notably, this included quite a few articles that I would previously have published on InfoBarrel. The majority of the content is still reviews of role playing game supplements, but I am reading a lot of these at the moment. I am also looking at getting a new theme instead of the default to both improve the appearance of the site and increase the amount of advertising on it; currently, it has very little. More advertising will mean more revenue, but I wanted to increase the amount of published content first. There were some earnings from the site, 1 cent from InfoLinks and a tiny amount of AdSense income.

Plans for March

I have enough role playing game supplements ready to take me through to the end of March, and possibly beyond, although I want to create one for April 1st, as that falls on my normal release day.

I still want to rebuild the clothing site, but haven’t managed to as yet.

One thing that I have stopped doing is publishing on InfoBarrel – including these reports, which always used to be there. There’s simply no point in wasting any more time on a site whose owners clearly no longer have any interest in running it, unless running it into the ground counts. I am now pretty certain that the site will die at some point; it’s unfortunate that I have such a huge amount of content on it.

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Earnings for January 2017

A dollar sign.This is a summary of the income, both received and accumulated, that was earned during January 2017.

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. GamesChart also looks like it’s gone, which means that what was earned from there is now lost.

Amazon US earnings decreased, not surprising after Christmas is over, but were also lower than January 2016. Amazon UK earnings also decreased to nothing, but were higher than January of the previous year, which were negative due to a refund.

InfoBarrel advertising earnings continue to be extremely, and unbelievably, poor, and the competition appears to have been removed as well, with, assuming the earnings are genuine (which is a big assumption), the worst return in three and a half years. This is especially poor considering the huge increase in views since then, and is why only one article was published on the site in January.

Earnings from the role playing game supplements on RPGNow increased slightly over December’s. Not by very much, but an increase is an increase.

Some of the links in this section are affiliate links that can earn me a commission, or revenue share, at no extra expense to you.

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: $8.14 ($24.08) – This includes YouTube income and has been converted to dollars from pound Sterling.

Amazon: $44.01 ($200.87)

Amazon UK: $0 ($28.91) – This has been converted to US$ from UK£

InfoLinks: $0 ($0)

Miscellaneous: $11.39 ($14.01)

RPGNow: $1.41 ($2.29)

Games:

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

Fizzy: $0 ($0)

GamesChart: $0.00 ($0.00)

Kongregate: $0.04 ($0.10)

MindJolt: $0.04 ($0.03)

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: $2.35 ($1.36)

InfoBarrel: $10.47 ($17.11) 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: $115.24 ($114.90)

TOTAL: $193.11 ($403.67)

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: $12.45 ($24.81) – This has been converted to US$ from UK£

Writing Sites:

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

bitLanders: $0 ($0)

Other:

Advertising: $0 ($0)

eBay: $0 ($0)

Misc. Sales: $0 ($0)

TOTAL: $ ($12.49)

The total for accumulated and received income during January 2017 was $205.56 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 $428.48, so there was an decrease of $222.92.

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Earnings for December 2016

A dollar sign.This is a summary of the income, both received and accumulated, that was earned during December 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 again, the highest for the year, but less than half the earnings for the same period in 2015. Amazon UK earnings increased and were above those in December 2015, but appear lower due to being converted to US$ from UK£ – the lower exchange rate is responsible for the apparent drop.

InfoBarrel advertising earnings continue to be extremely, and unbelievably, poor, and the competition appears to have been removed as well. This makes it debatable as to whether the site is worth writing on any longer.

Earnings from the role playing game supplements on RPGNow declined sharply again, being a bit over half the previous month’s income. This was not unexpected though, and it was still the fifth best month. A large portion of the income came from the first supplement published for the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game.

Some of the links in this section are affiliate links that can earn me a commission, or revenue share, at no extra expense to you.

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: $24.08 ($15.27) – This includes YouTube income and has been converted to dollars from pound Sterling.

Amazon: $200.87 ($91.98)

Amazon UK: $28.91 ($20.47) – This has been converted to US$ from UK£

InfoLinks: $0 ($0)

Miscellaneous: $14.01 ($8.64)

RPGNow: $2.29 ($3.18)

Games:

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

Fizzy: $0 ($0)

GamesChart: $0.00 ($0.00)

Kongregate: $0.10 ($0.04)

MindJolt: $0.03 ($0.10)

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: $1.36 ($1.70)

InfoBarrel: $17.11 ($46.26) 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: $114.90 ($220.15)

TOTAL: $403.67 ($412.28)

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: $24.81 ($12.49) – This has been converted to US$ from UK£

Writing Sites:

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

bitLanders: $0 ($0)

Other:

Advertising: $0 ($0)

eBay: $0 ($0)

Misc. Sales: $0 ($0)

TOTAL: $ ($12.49)

The total for accumulated and received income during December 2016 was $428.48 excluding actual payments received from the Accumulated Income section. The latter will already be taken into consideration in prior months, when applicable.

November earnings in total were $424.77, so there was an increase of $3.71.

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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.

Some of the links in this section are affiliate links that can earn me a commission, or revenue share, at no extra expense to you.

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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Earnings for October 2016

A dollar sign.This is a summary of the income, both received and accumulated, that was earned during October 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 declined again, being the lowest in over a year. Amazon UK earnings increased substantially, being the third best month to date.

InfoBarrel advertising earnings again not actually known, due to part of them being missing for the second month in a row, and the remainder continuing to be still appallingly, and unbelievably, bad.

Earnings from the role playing game supplements on RPGNow were more than double those of the previous month, making it the best to date. This was due to the release of several good quality supplements and sales.

Some of the links in this section are affiliate links that can earn me a commission, or revenue share, at no extra expense to you.

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: $12.44 ($6.25) – This includes YouTube income and has been converted to dollars from pound Sterling.

Amazon: $10.78 ($23.52)

Amazon UK: $20.54 ($0) – This has been converted to US$ from UK£

InfoLinks: $0 ($0.01)

Miscellaneous: $7.15 ($7.63)

RPGNow: $2.01 ($2.95)

Games:

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

Fizzy: $0 ($0)

GamesChart: $0.00 ($0.00)

Kongregate: $0.06 ($0.05)

MindJolt: $0.15 ($0.07)

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: $1.79 ($1.95)

InfoBarrel: $11.46 ($13.92) This is not remotely 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: $424.82 ($192.19)

TOTAL: $491.21 ($313.49)

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: $12.23 ($64.91) – This has been converted to US$ from UK£

Writing Sites:

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

bitLanders: -$2.10 ($N/A) – This is included as there was an investment in getting content reviewed

Other:

Advertising: $0 ($0)

eBay: $0 ($0)

Misc. Sales: $0 ($0)

TOTAL: $10.13 ($64.91)

The total for accumulated and received income during October 2016 was $501.34 excluding actual payments received from the Accumulated Income section. The latter will already be taken into consideration in prior months, when applicable.

September earnings in total were $313.49, so there was a (provisional) increase of $187.85.

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Earnings for September 2016

A dollar sign.This is a summary of the income, both received and accumulated, that was earned during September 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 declined quite a bit from the previous month. Amazon UK earnings increased, to zero, but only because last month’s income was negative.

InfoBarrel advertising earnings are not actually known, due to part of them being missing, and the remainder being still appallingly, and unbelievably, bad.

Earnings from the role playing game supplements on RPGNow decreased a lot from last month, but were still the second highest.

Some of the links in this section are affiliate links that can earn me a commission, or revenue share, at no extra expense to you.

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: $6.25 ($8.07) – This includes YouTube income and has been converted to dollars from pound Sterling.

Amazon: $23.52 ($39.47)

Amazon UK: $0 (-$1.35) – This has been converted to US$ from UK£

InfoLinks: $0.01 ($0.00)

Miscellaneous: $7.63 ($9.36)

RPGNow: $2.95 ($4.18)

Games:

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

Fizzy: $0 ($0)

GamesChart: $0.00 ($0.00)

Kongregate: $0.05 ($0.04)

MindJolt: $0.07 ($0.11)

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: $1.95 ($4.45)

InfoBarrel: $13.92 ($119.85) This is not remotely 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: $192.19 ($347.47)

TOTAL: $248.58 ($531.65)

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: $64.91 ($0) – This has been converted to US$ from UK£

Writing Sites:

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

Other:

Advertising: $0 ($0)

eBay: $0 ($0)

Misc. Sales: $0 ($0)

TOTAL: $64.91 ($0)

The total for accumulated and received income during September 2016 was $313.49 excluding actual payments received from the Accumulated Income section. The latter will already be taken into consideration in prior months, when applicable.

August earnings in total were $531.66, so there was a (provisional) decrease of -$218.17.

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Earnings for August 2016

A dollar sign.This is a summary of the income, both received and accumulated, that was earned during August 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 from the previous month. Amazon UK earnings were negative, due to no sales and a returned item.

InfoBarrel advertising earnings decreased from last month (actual earnings increased due to winning the monthly contest) and are still appallingly, and unbelievably, bad.

Earnings from the role playing game supplements on RPGNow increased substantially, due to the Cthulhu Mythos Sale and my own sale, earning more than triple the previous best month.

Some of the links in this section are affiliate links that can earn me a commission, or revenue share, at no extra expense to you.

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: $8.07 ($10.75) – This includes YouTube income and has been converted to dollars from pound Sterling.

Amazon: $39.47 ($35.91)

Amazon UK: -$1.35 ($4.01) – This has been converted to US$ from UK£

InfoLinks: $0 ($0.01)

Miscellaneous: $9.36 ($7.33)

RPGNow: $4.18 ($4.26)

Games:

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

Fizzy: $0 ($0)

GamesChart: $0.00 ($0.00)

Kongregate: $0.04 ($0.04)

MindJolt: $0.11 ($0.29)

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: $4.45 ($1.51)

InfoBarrel: $119.85 ($22.30) $100 of this was from placing first in the monthly contest

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: $347.47 ($51.27)

TOTAL: $531.65 ($137.72)

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: $0 ($0)

Writing Sites:

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

Other:

Advertising: $0 ($0)

eBay: $0 ($0)

Misc. Sales: $0 ($0)

TOTAL: $0 ($0)

The total for accumulated and received income during August 2016 was $531.66 excluding actual payments received from the Accumulated Income section. The latter will already be taken into consideration in prior months, when applicable.

July earnings in total were $137.72, so there was a increase of $393.94.

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