Monthly Income Report – May / June 2012


I’ve fallen behind (once again) on the monthly income reports. I want to make sure that every month this year is accounted for on here so I’m sharing my income from both May and June in this post. Hopefully I’ll be back on track for July’s income report with no issues…

So here’s what’s going on with me…

Things have been insanely hectic these days. My wife and I just recently sold our house and purchased a new one.

The new house that we purchased is brand new… So brand new, in fact, that it’s still under construction and not ready for us to move in to yet.

We put our old house on the market thinking that things were really slow in the housing market and it could take a while to sale. We’d have plenty of time to get this house sold before the new house was completed…

We were a little too right. Our old house received two offers within the first week that we put it on the market. The second offer was for our full asking price.

So now our house is sold and the new house is still two months away from being finished. That means we get to move, not once… but twice! Awesome…

So I’ve been spending the last two weeks moving everything out of the old house and in to my wife’s parent’s house.

As of about yesterday, things have finally settled down and I’ve been able to get back to somewhat of a normal work schedule.

Here’s how the new house looked when I went over there on Saturday…

Some Quick Disclaimers:

In the spirit of full transparency… I must make a couple of notes about the following income reports.

The numbers that I’m sharing are before any refunds. Some of the products that were sold have 30-60 day refund periods. Seeing as I can’t know who will and won’t refund, refunds are not accounted for.

On the products that I created, the numbers are AFTER affiliates have been paid. These are the net that I collected after I made sure all affiliates received their cut.

The links to the products that I mention in the report below are my affiliate links. So if you click a link to find out more about it and decide to purchase, I will, in most cases, receive a small commission on it. This, in no way, effects the cost of the products mentioned.

Finally, there is some income that I am NOT including in this report. I have a second business with Josh Bartlett. Seeing as this business is a 50/50 partnership, I opted not to share income from this business due to the fact that it would also give insight in to some of Josh’s earnings. Therefore, that aspect of my business will remain out of my reports.

This report is income from the products that I create and the income generating blogs that I have around the net.

I’ll start by giving a breakdown of the income and then finish with some explanation as to why some of the numbers are the way they are.

The Income Report – May 2012


Some Explanations

One thing that I mentioned in my previous income report is that you’re going to begin seeing affiliate earnings becoming a larger and larger part of my income. I’m adding more and more products that I really support in to my sales process.

I’ve always been so afraid to promote many affiliate products because I worried that my list would get burnt out or I would piss people off.

I’m starting to learn now that this isn’t the case at all. In fact, the more products I tell people about, the more compliments and thank you’s I receive.

It’s a weird phenomenon that I didn’t really anticipate.

It really makes sense when you think about it though. If I know of a cool product or program that could really really help someone out, I’d be kind of a jerk for not telling them about it.

So that’s all I’ve really been doing. I’ve been telling people about the products that I’ve been finding useful or that I really believe in and people are thanking me for it. I just also happen to receive a small commission for referring the people that really wanted that product over to that product.

I’ve also began to do a lot more live webinars. I’m doing at least one per month.

The reason I’ve started doing this is because I recently did a poll to everyone on my list. When I asked them what their favorite way to consume content was, almost overwhelming people chose webinars.

So I’ve been lining up really cool people in various areas of expertise to jump on calls with me and teach. People seem to be loving them so I’ll continue to do them.

As far as The WordPress Classroom, I got quite a spike in sales this month due to a couple bonus offers I added in for people becoming new members.

I also created a new opt-in page for the WordPress Classroom that seems to convert a lot better than my old one.

The Income Report – June 2012

Some Explanations

As I mentioned above in May’s income report, affiliate marketing is becoming a larger part of my business model. With the WordPress Classroom, I had a lot of eggs in one basket. Becoming more focused on affiliate marketing, helps me diversify and bring more income in from different places.

I’ve also continued to do webinars with my list. The “Maps Marketing Blueprint” program was a webinar and so was the “Start A Blog That Matters” program. As you can see, those turned in to pretty decent earnings.

You’ll also notice a random sale for Fat Burning Furnace which was a promo from one my health niche blogs. So those blogs still continue to bring in a little money here and there. Since Adsense numbers are dropping, I’m replacing advertising on my niche sites more and more with affiliate programs. We’ll see how it pays off over the next several income reports.

There’s two things that I started in June that I’m insanely excited about!

First off, I began development on my first iPhone game.

While on vacation in Cozumel last month, I picked up and read the book App Empire by Chad Mureta.

I got really pumped up about the idea of creating games and apps for the iPhone.

I immediately came home and hired a graphic designer and a coder to get to work on my first game idea.

The game is called Paintball Drop and should be available in the App store within the next two weeks or so. I’ve got a working version in hand now but we’re still working out a couple bugs.

I’ll make a post completely dedicated to iPhone apps in the next few weeks when my game is getting closer to launching. I’ll walk you through the complete process I used to produce it because I’ve been pretty hands off with the whole thing other than a few conversations with my team on Skype.

Here’s a sneak peek at one of the menus…

The second thing that I’m really excited about is publishing books on Amazon.

I started writing short books and publishing them for Kindle on the Amazon store. You can see in June that it already made me $23.

I’m continuing to work on more books with my team and I’m already up to making about $200 so far in July. It’s really exciting stuff and I’ll share more about this in a future post if people show some interest.

That’s about all for this income report.

I want to know if you’re interested in hearing more about my iPhone applications or about publishing Kindle books.

These are two things I’m really pumped on right now because they seem very lucrative and very passive. I just manage the team to work on them and spend no more than a couple hours per week on each.

Please leave your comments below.

P.S. I’m thinking about doing a webinar about the Amazon Kindle stuff next weekend. If you’re interested let me know. If I get enough interest, I’ll bring in the guy who taught me how to do this stuff for a live call next week.

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67 Responses

  1. Matt says:

    Anyone interested in learning more about what I’m doing with Amazon Kindle stuff, let me know. I’m thinking about doing a webinar next week on the topic if I get enough interest.

    • Gordon says:

      Hey Matt. Thanks for sharing. I would be real interested in learning about Kindle stuff. Consider me in if you hold a webinar

      • Matt says:

        Great Gordon. I’ll keep you posted. Sounds like enough people are interested for me to move forward with this.

    • Jay Mueller says:

      Hi Matt,

      I’m always interested in different ways to make money online.

      I also think we should be adding new ways to make money online in the WPC. You already give the basic monetizing of sites, why not share with people about product creation for Kindle and the like?


      • Matt says:

        Thanks for the idea Jay. I’m a bit afraid to take the focus too far away from WordPress. I do have some ideas about how Kindle books can be used to generate traffic to books so maybe there’s an idea there…

    • Terri says:

      Hey Matt, I’d love a webinar about Amazon Kindle but next week is no good for me. Would a recording be available at WordPress Classroom afterwards?

      • Matt says:

        Thanks Terri. I’ll do my best to make a replay available. Webinars are very strange though. For some reason, there always seems to be issues when trying to record them…

    • Jimmy Williams says:

      Hi Matt, Count me as a yes, for Amazon Kindle Webinar.

    • Val says:

      Hi Matt,

      Kindle publishing is the way to go. Amazing traffic and you books move quickly. I wrote a step-by-step manual and have on online training course. If you would like the links, please give me a shout. Perhaps we could even do something together sometime.

      I would strongly recommend anyone who wants to write and publish to give Kindle publishing a go. Exciting stuff.


      • Matt says:

        Hey Val,

        Sounds very interesting. I wouldn’t mind taking a look. I love the Kindle publishing stuff. I’m not sure I’m going to be teaching it anytime soon outside of maybe one webinar with the guy who taught me and maybe a blog post or two… But I’m always interested in hearing ideas.

  2. Steven says:

    Hi Matt,

    The house will look good once its done for sure. Yeah, I’d love to know more about the app you’re developing.

    • Matt says:

      Thanks Steven. I’ll definitely keep you posted. I’m hoping to have it submitted to the app store for approval today. From that point, I have no idea how long it takes to get the approval.

      Look for a post as soon as it’s live with all the details. :)

  3. e-sales4you says:

    HI Matt,

    Received your email and came over to check it out. Makes impressive reading.

    I have to admit, I am concerned about promoting affiliate products due to the fact that they can be pulled at any time with little notice. Whats you take on it?

    Also, being a little cheeky, but can you elaborate on what costs where involved in a marketing sense to get the income your showing above.

    Keep up the good work

    • Matt says:


      I don’t worry about the products I’m promoting getting pulled.

      a) I only promote really good products that I know are ethical and really help people so I have no reason to believe they get pulled by someone other than the vendor.

      b) Most business people will let me know if a product is going to get pulled or replaced so I usually have some advanced noticed.

      c) I check my websites for dead links about once per month so if any links stop working, I just remove the links. No big deal…

      It hasn’t been an issue so far though…

      As far as expenses… I do have some. I pay for hosting, Aweber autoresponder, and I have some help with support. All said and done, my expenses are no more than $2,000 per month. I don’t usually use paid traffic or anything like that (other than during my 30 day challenge).

  4. Rob R says:

    Matt, I would love to see the Kindle webinar (replay) or see more of how you dig into Kindle in future blog posts. I just got in The M Class and right now I use my Kindle income as IM “seed money”. It’s great passive income!

    • Matt says:

      Awesome Rob. I’m absolutely loving the Kindle stuff. It’s very passive. You do the work once and can kind of forget about it.

      The goal is to grow the Kindle side of things in to another 5 figures per month on top of what I’m already doing.

      I hope you’re enjoying the M Class.

  5. Tim says:

    I, for one, am interested in both topics! This is great stuff, really great. Keep it coming!

  6. Jeff says:

    Hi Matt

    I’d really like to hear more about your app adventure. We are hooked in with Chad also (what do you think of his new haircut?) And have 2 apps in the development. One is all laid out, with wireframes and screen shots, and we are talking to some coders this week. Surprisingly, interviewing and finding developers has been the toughest part for us.

    Also I am interested in what you are doing with Kindle. While my plate is a bit full right now, I’m wondering if eventually the ebook creation can be outsourced.

    The goal, a portfolio of income streams.

    Keep us informed, Matt



    • Matt says:

      Hey Jeff,

      I agree that finding a good developer is probably the hardest part. I’ve found someone who’s really great but he is in China. So there is a language barrier that’s been a bit frustrating.

      The app is coming out awesome but there’s a lot of back and forth to really explain what I’m looking for.

      I’ll keep you posted on the Kindle stuff. I see it as one of the largest opportunities out there right now for people who do it right. I’m outsourcing parts of that process right now to keep it moving. So it’s definitely possible to outsource and automate that process.

  7. Chris says:

    I have a query, when you are using an affiliate link, how do you keep track of the sales, do you just trust the publisher?

    • Matt says:

      Hey Chris,

      Most of my affiliate links are through places like Clickbank or 1ShoppingCart where the affiliate system keeps track for you.

      I like to promote Clickbank products because the tracking is good and they pay out every single week.

  8. Shelia says:

    Matt, thank you for sharing. I am very interested in the Kindle program; too. I look forward to learning more.

  9. Before I get into the rest of my note, I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart for the WP Classroom. After trying unsuccessfully to get a web developer on board, I gave up depending on them and was blessed to find you and the WordPress Classroom. It has literally changed my life.

    My Aerial Photography Training Academy is launching modeled after WP Classroom. I learned EVERYTHING from there. I am using WishList, OptimizePress, SImple:Press…everything you taught me.

    In a short period of time I have developed a World Class program all thanks to you and the WP Classroom. I am eternally grateful and a lifetime fan. I would sing at your wedding.

    I am also super interested in Kindle Publishing. I have purchased a few WSOs to learn a bit more.

    I too have dabbled with Kindle ebooks. I have Kindle published a book written by a friend but have not had much control over things as it was written by another person and the topic area is not a real interest of mine. I may still dive in but I think I will write a few short Kindle books for Real Estate and a few other non fiction books to explore further.

    What I would subscribe to and LOVE to see is “The Kindle Classroom” and you are absolutely the guy to do it.

    Another question…after a few months of following the pie chart parade (you are the most transparent marketer out there) I am curious why the income from WP Classroom varies so much from month to month. With a large number of subscribers, I would have expected it to be more stable.

    Sometimes it is twice the month before….why is that…the subscriber numbers always seem stable.

    Best of luck with Kindle…there are lots of disparate sources out there but you could pull it all together. No one has a serious teaching site for Kindle. You are the man.

    Thanks for everything. I would send a cake if I knew where to mail it to.

    David Rodwell

    • Matt says:

      Thanks so much David! Your comment really made my day. I’m so glad that the WordPress Classroom and following along to what I’ve done has helped you out!

      The Kindle stuff is a really great, passive, business model and I’m absolutely in love with it right now. I’m outsourcing most of the work and I’m seeing some of the fastest results I’ve ever seen without leveraging any of my existing lists or assets (yet).

      Be careful with a lot of the WSOs that are out there teaching this stuff though. Some of them teach things that are against Amazon’s terms and could get you banned. So you really need to make sure you are doing things right… (Not using PLR and not using Public Domain content). More details on what I’m doing coming real soon…

      As far as the WordPress Classroom… The numbers do fluctuate a lot. Due to the fact that I offer a Lifetime membership option, I have a ton of members that paid once and don’t pay monthly. I have quite a few members that pay monthly as well. The fluctuation happens when I have months with a lot of Lifetime sales or months were I have very little Lifetime sales.

      I usually see the big numbers when I have some sort of promo, offering a bonus for becoming a Lifetime member or I mail my list a lot about signing up… The amount of promotion I do for the WordPress Classroom really fluctuates from month to month depending on what other projects I’m working on.

      I don’t want to promote the WordPress Classroom to my list every day if I’m also trying to promote a new project I’m working on… I need to pick and choose my promos… If that makes sense.

      Anyway, thank you so much for your awesome comment! I’m really glad what I’ve been teaching has helped you out!

  10. Tina says:

    Hi Matt,
    Great post – thanks for sharing what’s working for you. VERY interested in the Kindle topic – have dabbled in it but really want to get it going for some real income!
    Thanks (would need a replay as it’s very rare I can make it to a live webinar).

    • Matt says:

      Hi Tina,

      Thanks for commenting. The Kindle stuff is the one thing I’m most excited about right now. I’ve seen great results early on with no sign of them stopping.

      I’ll do my best to get a replay but there are no guarantees. I’m going to be in Hawaii on my laptop doing this webinar so it all comes down to how good my connection is, etc…

      • Hi Matt (and Tina),

        I too would need a replay, as I’ll be on vacation for about 10 days. But I really do want to learn about Kindle.

        Matt, couldn’t you have someone ATTEND the webinar and record it from their end? Using Camtasia or something? Or maybe you’ve tried that already…

        Anyway, it’s just a thought. I attend a lot of webinars and classes (most of them using GVO’s platform), and in many cases they have someone recording on a different computer than the one they are broadcasting from.

        By the way, I have a confession to make. I’ve been on your mailing list for a long time, but barely ever have a chance to actually read your blog posts. But after today, I’m going to make a point of following you a lot more closely! I can see that what you have to say is extremely relevant for me right now.

        Be blessed!

      • Matt says:

        Thanks Arline,

        I’m trying to arrange all the details of this webinar right now. I’m not sure when I’ll make it happen. The people I’d like to discuss Kindle with are crazy busy people and I just haven’t been able to make the time work. Look out for a blog post in the next day or so discussing some Kindle stuff though.

        Recording shouldn’t be a problem. I just like to have as many people live as possible so I never suggest that people rely on the recording. There’s almost ALWAYS a recording available after the fact though. We usually figure out how to make it work.

  11. Jay Mueller says:

    Hey Matt,

    It’s always good to see people actually making money on line. ;-)

    I think it is valuable information to note that your base products are good and solid. A note to all of us that having a main product that is our own should represent our core business.

    Then having the affiliate and multiple streams of cash from other products help offset costs of doing business.

    You have to make enough money to offset your business costs….THEN you begin to make profits.

    So…..we need to build our site, build our list, provide super content in our blogs, create solid products for sale, as well as, for incentive to join our list, and continually grow traffic. But we also need to monetize our blogs and monetize our books and products for streams of continued cash.

    Thanks for the insight to your business success.


    • Matt says:

      Thank you Jay! You’re absolutely right. It’s actually a bit scary, in my opinion, to only have one source of income. I think it’s necessary to build several different income streams so that if one ever gets turned off, you’re still ok.

  12. Mark Salmon says:

    Hi Matt,

    I find your transparency breathtakingly addictive. Very refreshing.

    May I ask what your business overheads are and what size of team you are operating with?

    It seems you are developing a very nice business – I agree with your strategy of diversifying income as long as you do not lose focus by trying to do too many things at once.

    Both topics you mention are interesting but I suspect that the Kindle Publishing will have wider appeal (but I could be wrong.) Are you publishing rubbish or is it high quality content? I just wonder how you can produce good stuff if you are outsourcing the writing.

    Hope your move goes smoothly – check the plumbing before you move in – I speak from bitter experience!

    • Matt says:

      Hey Mark,

      Thanks for commenting.

      I have around $2,000-$3,000 per month in expenses. I’ve got a team of 3 people working with me. Jeff Stewart works support, Jay Mueller helps with forum moderation, and Steve Dougherty works with me to help create fresh content for The WordPress Classroom.

      As far as the diversification, I only work on models that require very little time from me. The apps and the Kindle stuff are outsourced so they are close to passive. I still have to work with them a bit to make sure we get what we’re looking for but for the most part, it’s a couple emails per day or a Skype call here and there.

      For Kindle… I have a couple things I do to keep the quality high… First off, I only hire writers that speak English as their first language. Most of my writers come from the US, UK or Canada. I set the expectations for them so that they know what I’m looking for. And finally, I proof read everything and do some minor editing if needed. That’s all it really takes and I’ve been very happy with everything I’ve published.


  13. Russ says:

    Hey Matt,

    I’m with you on the affiliate sales. If it’s a great product that you use and really believe in, you are doing your readers a HUGE favor by sharing. Don’t ask me how this works – although I’m very big into Law of Attraction kind of stuff, so I have my own opinions – but people can FEEL a difference in INTENTIONS between someone like you who is sharing for the benefit of others and the marketer who is hoping to squeeze a few bucks out of his subscribers.

    PLUS – we’re all big kids here, aren’t we? Just because my grocery store carries cherry tomatoes doesn’t mean I have to buy them today… or ever! Same with marketers; you make us aware that something is available and we get to choose!

    As long as this isn’t the ONLY kind of message that we get from you – and CLEARLY it isn’t; look at the transparency and disclosure you share with us – and as long as it isn’t OVER hyped and ‘desperate’.

    I appreciate a good tip from an honest friend. That’s what I feel like I get from you.

    Thanks for all you do.

    All the best from Toronto,

    • Matt says:

      Thanks so much Russ. I’m finding more and more that this has been the case. I try to never promote anything that I haven’t used myself or actually gone through myself.

      Even any sort of info product that I may mention, I always make sure to either purchase it myself or get a review copy before recommending it to anyone else.

      I made the mistake years ago of blindly promoting every affiliate offer someone put in front of me. It was a huge mistake and I ended up promoting some junk that probably never helped anyone. It made me feel sick.

      The problem with most affiliate marketers is they see their mailing list as an inanimate object that they can just push a couple buttons and make some money from it. I see a mailing list as real life people out there that actually want to learn and need certain things to succeed. Would I recommend a product to my parents if they were trying to get in to the business? If the answer is “no”, why would I recommend it to other people out there?

  14. Matt Scott says:

    Great article. We to sold our house, we had 3 showings and 3 offers. We ended up with full price? Crazy…..we are building and a house and are out on the 11th of August. New one is not complete till Sept 1. So we are going to be in a 1978 Avion borrowed from a friend till Sept…wife and 2 girls age 10 and 7…of course they are excited. Good luck. I need to figure out how to monetize my blog. Thanks Here is a shot of what the camper looks like

    • Matt says:

      Hey Matt. Sounds like you’re in a similar situation. It’s amazing that houses are actually selling again. Maybe it’s a sign of an overall turn for the better for the economy?

      Who knows… Congrats on getting your house sold at full price as well!

  15. Thanks for a very clear view of where your income originates. I am having a very slow start but appreciate your clarity.

    • Matt says:

      Thanks for commenting Christopher. Just keep working on things and stay focused. A lot of times it just takes persistance and a little bit of time. You’ll get there.

  16. Paulo says:

    I am very interested in pubishing ebooks.

  17. Hi Matt,

    I was just curious, do you have any affiliate links to your products? I’d like to include wp classroom as one that I feature on a new site and business blog.

    • Matt says:

      Hey Jeffrey,

      I do have an affiliate program. Details are here.

      Like I’ve mention in previous emails I’ve sent out, I’m real close to the complete redesign of the WordPress Classroom going live. This will include new affiliate content and banners as well. If you sign up to become an affiliate, I’ll make sure to send you more details as they become available.

  18. thanks for being awesome!

  19. Paige says:

    Count me in for the Kindle Webinar!! I have a book out there now that’s kind of languishing and my husband is working the apps thing so both would be pretty cool!

    • Matt says:

      Awesome. I’m loving both apps and Kindle publishing. I can’t wait to share the things I’ve been working on.

  20. Nathan says:

    Hi Matt,

    Great post, I’m definitely interested in Amazons Kindle would be great to see what you come up with if you decide to do a webinar

  21. I’m pretty interested in how the house will look when it’s done!

    Also, I find it interesting how people don’t get mad about multiple offers. I did an adswap every day for a month and while my response rate went way down, I would still make sales daily on different offers I sent out with no complaints.

    I don’t recommend that strategy at all (of course) but it goes to show that you shouldn’t hold back if the product will be helpful to someone. It’s all a learning experience!


    • Matt says:

      Thanks for commenting Gabe. You are right. One promo a day may be a bit much… But you also find that different people gravate towards different things. If you promote something one day someone may have no interest in it but if you promote something else a day or two later, it may be exactly what they were looking for.

      I just try not to assume that every subscriber is reading every email I send. This way if I mail multiple times in a week, each person will gravate towards at least something I’m showing them…

  22. Modesto Monis says:

    thanks Matt for sharing your knowledge. I would like to learn how made book in kindle.

  23. Wolfgang says:

    Hi Matt, it’s good to see that things are shaping up very well for you, best of luck with your new house, and hope that you get on well with your inlaws untill it’s ready.

    • Matt says:

      Thanks Wolfgang. Things are going great at the inlaws. :) Just not looking forward to having to move again. (Looking forward to being in a new house though)

  24. Miki says:

    These look great matt! Keep it up! and congrats on the house. Real estate has been shaking lately and is coming back little by little.

    • Matt says:

      Thanks Miki. We were absolutely shocked at how fast our house sold. We anticipated a good 3 months of trying to sell…

  25. Mike Spangenberg says:

    Hey Matt,

    I had to drop wp classroom, but would like it back. If I could have it set up like before then i’d like to have it again. Thanks


  26. Jen says:

    In your opinion how big of a customer list would i need to make about $4000 per month, via affiliate promotions?

    • Matt says:

      Hey Jen,

      I’ve learned with my last little test that this isn’t an easy answer. Before I would have said that 4,000 subscribers should make you 4,000 per month. But I don’t believe that’s true anymore. It all depends on the quality of the subscribers and the source of the subscribers. 4,000 people that bought something from you at one time will probably make you MORE than $1 per subscriber per month. 4,000 people built from adswaps and free sources will probably make you a lot less than $4,000 per month.

      Targeting your list is a big factor as well. If you build a list of health nuts and try to promote marketing products, you’ll fail. If you build even a list of people interested in blogging and try to sell them on CPA marketing, you’ll probably fail…

      There’s so many factors to consider… I’ll write a longer blog post on this topic soon.

      • Jen says:

        I know if a had a budget and built a list of 4k subs using solo’s i dont think it is possible to make 4k per month for free subs, thats why i have sort of changed my list building model and now am trying to build a list of buyers, even if i can build a list of 1k buyers from a few products i think then i could make at least $1k per month minimum, but buyers can be worth so much more.

        What you said about targeting is correct aswell, that if i build a list of buyers who purchased my CPA product would they be only interested in other CPA products nothing else?

  27. Jen says:

    how is the subsciber list from your 30 day challenge doing, have you made it profitable yet?

  28. Paul Warner says:

    I have a few suggestions as to you selling affiliate products and recommending them to us. If you haven’t used the product where you can actually show us that you are making money with it and be able show us how you are making money with it, then you are wasting our time, on the other hand, if you are going to be recommending these products based on your own experience with them, and can prove that you are making money with them, so that we can be confident in the purchase of them, you will be considered a god because no one on line is doing this. I see marketers say they use this and that product and after a while you know that they are lying.

    Secondly since you make so much money from your membership, it might be nice if you had a little section where you introduce members who are following your teaching and
    making money doing it. This again would be a real confidence booster as to what you are as a marketer and the help people are getting from you.

    Thirdly the transparency that you do show as to your earnings and other things that you are doing, bodes so well as to finding someone to believe in. I give you all the credit in the world for taking this step and a whole lot of respect.

    Fourth anything you can teach us as to Kindle and apps and how you are doing with it, would be terrific. The more you get us coming to your blog the more likely, not only will
    we benefit, but by the sheer number of visitations you will make more money and deservedly so.

    Personally I am reducing my list of people that I have any correspondence with because in most cases the only thing they are really concerned with is what is in their pockets. I
    am going to get it reduced to less than ten, and as it stands, you will be someone I continually follow because you give the impression that you really care, and that is good enough for me.


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