AZBlogTips Revenue for January 2022

AZBlogTips Revenue for January 2022

It is a challenging time with me to keep this blog updated on daily basis but I am very happy as there are more and more guest bloggers sending their articles our way. You will still see new posts regularly on this blog. Thanks to all of my guest bloggers.

In the past, I usually summarize my total earning for the previous month but then I quit sharing this kind of sensitive information. Many of our readers emailed asking and requested me to share this blog earning on quarterly basis. I can pick up any month of that quarter to share.

Frankly I don’t want to show off my earning on this blog as many of you don’t link this too. I want rather focus on quality contents and bring up more juice for your taste. Anyway, this only happens 4 times a year.

affiliate commission revenue AZBlogTips Revenue for January 2012

Here is the tentative earning for the January without adsense and some of commissions from other affiliate programs which are still pending for approval like WPWebHost are not listed here. Further, this earning is not including the setup fees, consulting and SEO service for Hosting Review Scripts ($2,500) for 3 months since its launch.

Host Review Scripts: $840
SEnuke: $42.56
WP Robot: $45.15
HostGator: $1,100
StableHost: $150
JustHost: $60
DreamHost: $97
CJ: $85.9
ShareASale: $225.70 (including Thesis, Genesis and Premise)
Avangate: $75.6
ThesisAwesome: $123.30
Get Profits Fast: $102.20
Kolakube: $250 (Alex phased out his affiliate program since Feb so no earning for the coming months)
WooThemes: $47
AppThemes: $29.7
Elegant Themes: $58.50
Organic Themes: $20.70
Chitika: $60
Bidvertiser: $0.00
SponsoredReviews: $200
Total revenue: $3,613.31

The total earning may increase or decrease a bit as 2/3 of this earning has not been paid out yet. Why? Most of the affiliate programs have one month or more to ensure that all sales are valid. I hope the earning will remain at 80% rate.

You will probably ask me the question that “How is January’ earning compared to December’s 2011?”. My answer is very simple that it is lower than December’s earning as this blog generated nearly $5,000 for December with most of sales come from hosting companies like HostGator, A2Hosting during the Xmas and Cyber Monday holiday events.

The next earning summary is scheduled to share in April as promised and I will share the March revenue then.