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Revenue Report – March 2011


Wow, so that was a very fast month.  I know that I’ve said many times before that I’d have Don’t Panic out in March, but I guess I just ran late on the deadlines.  However, bidding is coming to an end soon, so I can 100% assure you that it will be released in April.  Anyway, let’s see how much I was able to scrape together this past month.

Flash Game Revenue Report

I was actually able to sell some late sitelocks of 2 of my older games this month, which actually surprised me.  I guess it goes to show you that primary sponsorships are definitely worth it even though you’re getting less money up front.  Also, I through together a quick Adwords campaign this past week (with a free $100 voucher) and it appears this in turn also upped my Adsense income, who would’ve guessed!?

Anyway, let’s get started…

Total’s for the month of March 2011.

Website Revenue

Google Adsense: $295.12

Game Revenue

Exclusive/Primary Sponsorships and Sitelocks: $1,950.00

Mochi Ads (Total): $380.34

CPMStar Ads (Total): $540.86

Game Sessions

Gameplays (Total): 269,136

Monthly Total

Total: $3,165.42

A really great month if I do say so myself.  Unexpected, as well.  I didn’t even release a game.

For those of you interested in development progress of Hero Dude, I’ll have a playable demo of what I have working tomorrow (Saturday) along with the “Weekly Game Update” post.  Don’t get your hopes up, it’s not much.  You just get to play around with the camera at this point.

PS – The above revenue stats are complete BS.  It’s April Fool’s day, silly.  I’m not going to fill in each individual amount, but the income for March was only $68.00.  Not much since I didn’t realease a game.  We’ll see about April, however.

Anyway, until tomorrow…

  1. Paul D'Amora says: April 2, 2011 at 12:10 pm

    The first hint was when 0.57 + 3.77 equaled 380.34.

    Nice try though Ralph.

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