Every month I publish an income report…why? Good question

1. Accountability

With all the shiny objects out there it’s easy to spend WAY more than you’re earning. Luckily I realized this early on and I’ve kept detailed records of my expenses ever since. That being said, I know that there are certain expenses that are NECESSARY when running a business. As much as I don’t want to pay for them, I need to pay for my email autoresponder, website hosting, and video hosting every month. It’s just a part of doing business. There are other things that I buy as well, but I try my best to keep my expenses SIGNIFICANTLY LESS than my revenue. If I can do that then I’m ahead of the game.

2. Integrity

On my show I ask my guests a lot of personal questions. One that frequently comes up is “How much do you make?”. I feel like I need to reveal my own income if I’m going to be asking others the same question. It only seems right.

3. Perspective

There are a lot of online marketers out there who fake-it-till-they-make-it. In other words, they fudge their numbers and exaggerate their earnings in order to establish false authority in their niche. My goal is that by watching my income grow slowly over time you’ll realize that there is no get-rich-quick button.

Here’s my results for June, 2020

4,391 page views  (-1,699 from May)

8,800 Youtube channel views (-2,800 from May)

565 Youtube hours watched (-87 from May)

Email subscribers: 6,436 (-2,130 subscribers from May)


Recurring payment: $1,909 – Brett’s share of our monthly recurring income from various programs

iPad Pro – $1,500 – I got a new iPad for my business

Virtual assistant: $480 – I have an assistant help with all my promotions, including copywriting, scheduling, and posting.

Webinar: $281 – Payment to Brett to settle for misc payments

Convert Kit: $119 – This is the current autoresponder that I’m using

Bluehost: $59.40 – I signed up with Bluehost for my private email server

Aweber: $50 – This is my backup autoresponder

ZenDesk: $50 – Brett and I use this for our help desk for our launches

Internet: $50 – This is what I pay for my fiber Internet in Turkey

Gusto: $45 – This is the company I use for my SCORP payroll

WP Engine: $30 – My new awesome, fast hosting company for this website

Resell Rights Weekly: $19.95 – Reoccurring membership fee for the bonuses I add from my interviews and reviews

Audible: $15.77 – Business books to further my education

Evernote: $10 – Yearly subscription payment

iCloud: $9.99 – I use this to store my documents online

Skype: $9.99 for premium – I do all my interviews with Skype and Ecamm call recorder on a Mac

Schedule Once: $5 – This is what I use to schedule my coaching calls

Amazon S3: $4.21 – I use this to host images, bonuses, and videos

Godaddy: $3.17 – I registered a domain name for my email server

Total expenses: $4,651.48 (+$3,133.94 spent compared to May)



VR Agency 360: $4,425.15 from bonus page

My Traffic Jacker 2.0: $1,283.70 from bonus page

Octopus Revolution: $929.30 from bonus page

Create Studio: $854 from bonus page

Stop Motion Suite: $573.54 from bonus page

Cloud Funnels: $541.93 from bonus page

Zkart: $487.50 from bonus page

OMG Profitz: $287.60 from review and demo with Mosh Bari

Tube Rank Machine 2.0: $250 from review and interview with Ankur Shukla

Thrive Leads: $198.50 from review and interview with Shane Melaugh

Marketpresso 2.0: $187.50 from bonus page

Enigma: $80.64 from review and interview with Jono Armstrong and Ryan McCinnis

Lead App: $70.50 from review and interview with Chad Nicely

Fusion by Dropmock: $60.80 from review and interview with Jamie Ohler

Content Gorilla: $59.40 from review

Moto Theme 3.0: $47 from review and interview with Vivek Gour 

Viral Reel: $47 from review and interview with Abhi Dwivedi

Viddyoze 3.0: $44.40 from review and interview with Joey Xoto

Ascend Pages (CLOSED): $33 from review and interview with Andrew Darius

Easy VSL 2.0: $30 from review and interview with Mark Thompson

Convertri 2017: $29.10 from review and interview with Andy Fletcher

Mapify 360: $25.50 from review and interview with Adrian Isfan

Tv Boss Fire: $25.19 from review and interview with Craig Crawford

AdReel: $22.20 from review and interview with Ryan Phillips

MobiFirst: $21.45 from review and interview with Scotty Carter

Clipman AI: $18.50 from review and interview with Brad Stephens

Vidgeos: $13.50 from review and interview with Josh Ratta

Press Play 2.0: $13.50 from review and interview with Mark Thompson

Digi Product Lab: $13.49 from review and interview with Glynn Kosky

Jvzoo Academy: $11.10 from review and interview with Sam Bakker

HydraVid (CLOSED): $9.98 from review and interview with Walt Bayliss

Social Kickstart: $8.50 from review and interview with Mark Thompson

Kaptiwa 2.0: $8.10 from review and interview with Dr. Amit Pareek

Shopabot: $5.99 from review and interview with Cindy Donovan

Meetvio: $5.10 from review and interview with Neil Napier


Total revenue from interviews and reviews: $10,722.66  (-$4,934.40 from May)


Recurring income with Brett: $3,818 – This is my recurring commissions before paying Brett half

Product revenue: $429 – Revenue from various products (minutes affiliates payments)

Google Adsense: $203.86 – Earnings from Youtube

Commissions: $186 – Commissions meant for Brett that I paid in expenses above

Resell Rights Weekly: $41.91 – This is a website that has a ton of products that you can use as your own


Total from OTHER streams of income: $4,678.77 (-$888.12 from May) 


Total Revenue:  $15,401.43 (-$5,822.52 from May)


Total Profit: $10,749.95 (-$8,956.46 from May)

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