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August App Revenue Report and How I Paid My Mortgage!

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Move over Rockefeller, I’m going to be rich according to my August App Revenue Report! Ok, that was extreme, but here’s a reality: I just paid my mortgage payment, car payment and half of my phone bill last month with my app business. I made $2,245.71, which is an average of about $72 per day. I almost tripled my app revenue from July, which was $788. What was the difference? A huge strategy shift in which games I deployed to the App Store. Instead of the short, quick games that have been my bread and butter for building up a base of income, I made a conscious decision to reinvest into games that will keep the player engaged and coming back for more. A few major shifts in findings: Continue reading August App Revenue Report and How I Paid My Mortgage!

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July App Revenue Report

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As you may recall, June was pretty dang slow, down from $900+ in May to under $700. I had quite a bit going on in my day jobbie job and was focusing on a few bigger apps. I’m stoked that one of my bigger apps I launched as made over $300 in just a few days and is showing a lot of promise … more on that in my next report. But first, here is the July App Revenue Report, which comes in at  $788, a nice $110 bump over June. What was different?

  • I did some tweaking on Chartboost and dropped some advertisers that were getting a lot of clicks, but no installs.
  • I had two new smaller games launch.
  • And it seems as if eCPMs were just higher overall, meaning more advertisers fighting for users.

As I mentioned in my last report, I’ve been trying to focus on outsourcing a lot of my work on some of my new source codes to free up my time and try to make the app game automatic. Continue reading July App Revenue Report

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June 2014 App Revenue Report and App Outsourcing Tips

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Well, June is in the books and I’m down a few hundo from $916.36 in May 2014 to $668.14 in June 2014. The good news is that there are a few reasons why It’s down. The biggest reason is that the last few months have been particularly busy in my day-to-day career of being an App PR / Marketing consultant. I’ve helped several companies launch apps and so my own development has suffered.

But there is a silver lining in this “woe is me” for not having enough time: OUTSOURCING. I’m finally starting to give up a lot of the day-to-day artwork and development of apps to my outsourcing team. A few short lessons on outsourcing: Continue reading June 2014 App Revenue Report and App Outsourcing Tips

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May 2014 App Revenue Report

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I’ve been wanting to do a revenue report for some time now. Why I haven’t? Well, I’m not a big sharer of sensitive information. Welp, that’s about to change. I’ve recently made a goal to retire early. I’m 34 and need to get the passive income amped up and rolling in. To-date, I’ve been passive about my passive income, but I’ve been reading, researching, listening and just all around crushing it when it comes to putting knowledge into my brain.

So, it’s time to spill the beans about revenue and ramp this sucka up. Continue reading May 2014 App Revenue Report

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