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Revenue Report – December 2010

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Hey guys.  Firstly, happy new year.

Alright, now that that’s out of the way, let’s move on.  😀

One of my new year’s resolutions is to post on this site more.  Not only more interesting how-to post’s that I’ll make a few times a month, but also some reliable weekly game status posts as well as monthly revenue report posts.  This will be one of those monthly revenue reports, so let’s jump in.

Flash Game Revenue Report

Yeah.  How do you like that graphic, there?  Snazzy to the max, I know.

Alright, the point of these posts is to give a quick overview of just how much revenue I’m pulling in from this site as well as from all of my games.  Why am I doing this?  Well, I’ve seen similar things like this done across other blogs and they were always interesting to me.  They’re also inspiring, too (well, sometimes).  I’m also doing it for myself, that way I can track my progress over the months.

So let’s get started…

Total’s for the month of December 2010.

Website Revenue

Google Adsense: $46.00

Game Revenue

Exclusive/Primary Sponsorships and Sitelocks: $1,700.00

Mochi Ads (Total): $22.37

CPMStar Ads (Total): $272.23

Game Sessions

Gameplays (Total): 715,408

Monthly Total

Total: $2,040.60

And there you have it, not a bad month at all.  If I can get my current game done and sponsored some time in January, I expect the total’s to be higher, but it’ll be a close one, we’ll see.

Anyway, once again, happy new year.  Here’s to a prosperous and successful 2011!

  1. Sean remarks: January 1, 2011 at 8:50 am

    Holy shit.. how do you earn over 40 dollars a month off this site on Adsense?? This site is way new!

  2. Ralph blathers: January 1, 2011 at 10:58 am

    That number is pretty shocking to me, but I won’t complain. Technically, the site is actually just over a year old, too.

  3. Paul D'Amora remarks: January 1, 2011 at 1:00 pm

    Way to make me feel insignificant and worthless.

  4. Ralph remarks: January 1, 2011 at 9:02 pm

    That’s because you like to work on just 1 WordPress theme… for a year.

    I think it’s time to put it up for sale.

  5. Paul D'Amora states: January 2, 2011 at 1:32 am

    IT’S NOT DONE YET!

  6. Andrew Jacobs states: January 2, 2011 at 2:03 am

    Hey, man. How have you got your ads set up so that you can pull in revenue on CPMStar and Mochi for each game?

    Also – where did you arrange your sitelock sponsors?

    Cheers!

  7. Ralph says: January 2, 2011 at 12:17 pm

    Hey Andrew.

    What I did was simply release both a CPMStar and Mochi version of the game.

    I didn’t focus on distributing the Mochi version, however, instead I just let Mochi Game Distribution take care of that. The CPMStar version of the game is the one that is the “main” version of the game that I submitted to all the portals, etc…

    I get all my sponsors from FlashGameLicense.com. Though sometimes I end up emailing sponsors with a link to the bidding page when I begin looking for either a sponsorship or a sitelock sale.

    Hope that helps.

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