Another month has passed and that means it’s time to do another round-up post with my income report for TechPatio.com. You may have noticed how I wrote “Money March” in the title to this post. Well, there’s a good reason for that: I focused a lot of my energy on making money this past month. Let’s see how it went:
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Conclusion: March ’10
Well, I think the numbers explain it pretty well. I had quite a lot of visits and pageviews because I created some posts that people were searching for. Income was good too, a new record. I focused a lot on making money this past month and it shows that it’s possible to earn a few hundred dollars by doing so.
Ebuzzing is of course my biggest source of income. They require more than just the usual 200+ word posts from many other review sites, but they pay better too. Check them out, if you’re a blogger.
Again, TweetAdder has been an amazing help for me. I gained around 10,000 new followers on Twitter in March alone (as you can see on the graph to the right), thanks to TweetAdder. I’m now very close to 15,000 followers in total so when I tweet about a new post I’ve created, I get quite a good amount of traffic in return from Twitter.
You don’t have to be a celebrity or anything to be popular on Twitter. I started out with just 500 followers on Twitter and after a few months use of TweetAdder, I’m now up to around 15,000 followers. You can do it too, check out TweetAdder if you’re interested.
I also used March to test different sizes of in-post AdSense, but the total income still sucks. 468×60 in-post banners are what seems to work best for me, closely followed by 336×280 text blocks. 3326×280 as a banner was also good, but not as good as the other two.
SONY was also nice enough to let me borrow one of their $299 noise canceling headphones for a review, which you can read here: Sony MDR-NC300D Review.
Top 5 Most Viewed Posts: March
This is a list of the five most viewed posts published last month on TechPatio. I suggest you check’em out, if you haven’t already: