Income Update for June, 2013 - My first product launch is RIGHT around the corner
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Income Update for June, 2013 – My first product launch is RIGHT around the corner

Traffic/Audience

13,749 page views (+1,461  from May)

3,703 (-279) iTunes downloads

6,139(+333 ) Youtube channel views

46,252(+4,319) minutes watched

Aweber subscribers: 3,023 (-1,034 subscribers) (I deleted people who hadn’t opened an email in 3 months)

Twitter followers:  5,409(+202 followers)

Facebook Fans: 463 471(+8)

 

Expenses

Warrior Forum Services listing: $5

Aweber: $49 – This is my list building software that allows me to email everyone when there’s a new interview

Host Gator hosting: $10

Godaddy domain registration: $33.51

Libsyn: $75 – I host my podcast with this so I can put it on iTunes

Hello Bar: $5

Kindle  eBook Cover: $5

Kindle eBook outsourcing: $244.58

Kindle review trading: $8

Insta-Builder Developer’s License: $93

Fiverr Link Building gigs for product with Joshua Zamora: $45

Eleven40 StudioPress WordPress theme: $18.71

Copywriting fee to Andy Brackpool: $268.34

Copywriting fee to James Vang: $197

Total expenses: $1,057.14 (+$863.14 compared to May)

Revenue

Covert Store Builder: $640.43 from interview with Cindy Battye

Amazon Treasure Hunter 2.0 (CLOSED): $519.65 from interview  and review with Gaz Cooper

Webinar Express : $418 from interview with Mark Thompson

The Money Tree (CLOSED): $147.43 from interview with Russ Ruffino

Tube Takeover: $136.28 from interview with Josh Zamora

Secret Millionaires Traffic Source (CLOSED): $118.37 from interview with Dave Gruber and Matt Bacak

MobiLead Method (CLOSED): $74.18 from interview with Trent Dyrsmid

List Frenzy (CLOSED): $60.50 from interview with Anton Nadilo and Andre Stoelinga

Fiverr End Zone (CLOSED): $54.98 from interview with Fergal Downes

No BS Solo Ads (CLOSED): $44.28 from interview with Rob Stafford

Mini Affiliate Sites course (CLOSED): $40.50 from interview with David McGimpsey

Project X Tube (CLOSED): $35.84  from interview with Cliff Carrigan

Project Meteor Shower (CLOSED): $34.20 from interview with Jonathan Green

Video Curation Pro: $31.02 from interview with Peter Drew

Positive Thinking Success PLR: $28.61 from interview with Justin Popovic

Auto Webinar Press (CLOSED): $27 from interview with Mohammed Ali

WP Security Decoded: $27 from interview with Sally Lazarus

Video Slayer (CLOSED): $27 from interview with Bertram Heath Sr.

Authority Pro (CLOSED): $23.50 from interview with Bryan McConnahea

eCommerce Mastery: $15.42 from interview with Sam England and Sean Colman

Kindle Syndication Tornado: $14.34 from interview with Andreas Quintana

Video Conversion Cash Machine: $13.76 from interview with Mike Thomas Marin

WP Solo Tracker: $13.50 from interview with Steve Fleming

Flipanomics: $13.16 from interview with Thomas Smale

Youtube Channel Art Creator: $13.06 from interview with Bertranddo

Kindle Day Job Killer (CLOSED): $12.31 from interview with Martin Kerrigan

Retro Reppin: $10.47 from Interview with Mike Shreeve

FB Adsuite (CLOSED): $10.30 from interview with Prateek Dwivedi

Total revenue from interviews: $2,605.09 (+$1,526.28 from May)

 

Easy Traffic – Massive Conversions promotion for Joshua Zamora: $71.59

InstaMember Promotion: $20.37

Hangout Plugin Promotion: $27

Kindle earnings: $147.85

Text link ads: $29– I make this income from an old website of mine.

Whoosh Traffic (CLOSED): $17.90 – A keyword tracker for monitoring multiple keyword rankings

Ezarticle link: $17 – This is reoccurring income from a video tutorial

Income Igniter (CLOSED): $9.23

SocialAdr: $5.60 – A hands-off way of getting more likes and tweets for your posts

Total from OTHER streams of income: $345.54 (-$1,262.92 from May)

 

Total Revenue: $2,950.63 (+$263.36 from May)

 

Total Profit: $1,893.49(-$599.78 from May)

It’s halfway through July and I’m rushing to get this income report out. Why? Because I’m SUPER-BUSY putting together my first product launch for July 30th…mark your calendars 😉

We’re still TWO WEEKS AWAY from launch, but there’s still a lot to do. I’ve got the product about 95% finished, but I’m working on the most important aspects of a product launch: JV relationships and sales copy.

I currently have over 30 JV partners who will be mailing to their lists promoting my launch, so I’m expecting to get a ton of traffic to my sales page.

And that’s why my sales page needs to be PERFECT. In the last two weeks before launch I’ll be working with my copywriter (yes, I hired a professional) to help me craft an offer that will be irresistible to my target audience….people trying to make money online.

I’m really proud of what I’ve put together because it’s something that is ACTUALLY going to help people…can you believe it? How do I know it will help? Because I made it to address a pain that I PERSONALLY was feeling. I wanted to launch my own products, but I kept banging my head up against the wall trying to figure out THE BEST WAY to do it. Even after interviewing over 150 product creators I still had questions…lots of them. And I got answers.

But don’t worry…I’m not going to keep them all to myself. I’m actually going to reveal a TON of what I learned in a series of FREE TRAINING SESSIONS coming up next week. If you’re interested in participating just enter your email in the special list below and I’ll keep you updated.

This is going to be an EXCITING MONTH! I’m looking forward to learning more and more about product launching and creation…and sharing it with you.

 

  • July 14, 2013
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John Shea - July 14, 2013

Mike – I will gladly promote your product to my list once it’s released. Keep me in the loop.

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    Mike From Maine - July 15, 2013

    Thanks, John, I really appreciate it. Keep up the great work at your site.

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      Mike From Maine - July 15, 2013

      And I want to see a new interview up soon! 😉

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Joseph Rodrigues - July 15, 2013

I see lots of hard work. Keep it up 🙂 And I’m thrilled for your launch! Also you inspired me to get more detailed with my reports . Thank you!

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    Mike From Maine - July 15, 2013

    Thanks, Joseph. Transparency helps EVERYONE…including myself, understand what is realistic online. There are too many people throwing huge numbers around but not backing it up.

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