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June 2014 App Revenue Report and App Outsourcing Tips

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Show me the revenue report!

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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Higher Chartboost eCPMs this week

Anyone noticing higher Chartboost eCPMs this week? Well, for one, summer is in session so kids from across the country are playing more games, longer. I can only assume big developers are pouring money into the market even crazier than before.

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I hope you all have tons of games in the queue! I know I do. Just picked up a pack from Carter Thompson that should prove fruitful if any of the stats he shared are even remotely close. Very much looking forward to diving into the new codes.

Anyway, I’ve also noticed a few war games paying very high eCPMs for a few of my games. Those games have had steady downloads over the past several months so I’m sure they were big fish. Saw two downloads yesterday bring in $10 per download. Dang! If only that happened for every install I sent someone!

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May 2014 App Revenue Report

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“Show me the revenue report!”

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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