Developer Income Reports #12, #13

If you are curious why this report number is double numbered it is because I have missed one. So this time there will be two months in one report (of course numbers will be separated). So this time it will be easier to all of you to compare two months. Unfortunately it looks that there was some slowdown as it is the holidays season. But it started to look better last month (at least for Android revenue). If you want to compare those reports with my previous one you may want to check my archive.

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Make Money on Android – eBook Updated!

As I have promised to all my eBook readers updated version of my "Make Money on Android" marketing guide is ready. Just from now it is available in the download area for all of people who already bought it (under same link that has been provided after paying for the eBook). If you are not a one that has already decided to get it - you still have a chance.

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Developer Income Report #11

It is little late but I got so many requests to keep posting my reports that as people in Poland say "it is better late than never...". So here is my another monthly income report with my earning summary of May 2011. My income looks to be stabilized like for now. It looks I need to start some new projects to make it growing again. If you have not followed my blog before you may want check my previous income reports.

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Developer Income Report #10

Last month has been looking like some slow down in my income and traffic. Fortunately it was only temporary as it is getting better with each day now. Anyway I still made quite nice income and as usual my best money-maker is Android. For those who already know  my previous income reports there are not much surprises this time. Just some ups and downs in all income streams. So here is my April 2011 summary report.

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Developer Income Report #9

My March 2011 developer income report is here. As you will see there are no much changes but the eBook sales (one more time thank you to all of you for your great feedback!). As promised to those who already bought it I will be updating this eBook as often as I will be able to help you with new information. Email notifications will be sent so you would not miss it!

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How to Outsource?

In my earlier post with my income report I have mentioned that I have hired a few freelancers to outsource parts of my projects. Just after publishing it I got quite a few emails with questions about outsourcing. It is why I have decided to write a short summary with most important thoughts about hiring freelancers. You must be very careful when choosing people or companies to make a work for you as you may be very disappointed with the results. Freelancers may be very helpful and can do a lot of work for you but you must know what do you expect and you must be able to describe it very well.

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Developer Income Report #8

March is almost over so it is a high time to sum up all me income from February. In February I have spent a lot of time to start my new projects like my eBook "Make Money on Android" and iPhone applications. The first one has been finished and have already generated some income in last days of previous month. Moreover I am very happy for your great feedback about my eBook (please give me more!). The second one is still work in progress and I will have some work to be done and a lot of things to learn before building income from it.

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Building AdSense & Amazon Website. Part 1.

Today I would like to introduce you my latest experiment. I have decided to build a new website from scratch and make it profitable in the shortest possible time. Moreover I want to spend as little time on developing and maintenance as possible. In a one month time since today I will decide if I want to keep it and develop for continuous income or flip it.

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How to become an Android developer?

Despite the fact that I have partially answered that in one of my earlier posts (Is it hard to become an Android developer…?) - I am still getting a lot of questions asking me how to become an Android developer. It is why I have decided to write about this once again. I know that the hardest in Android development is the beginning. I has been in the same situation and I lost a lot of time just to find the short intro that would tell me where should I start. In this post I will try to answer you by showing you the path. You will not learn anything right here - but you will know where should you start your adventures with this little funny Android robot (I bet you will like him sooner or later!).

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Developer Income Report #7

Android MacBook?It is little late as I have been busy with some projects of mine but it is already here. My another income report. This time I will sum all my independent developer income made on January. As many of you have been expecting after Christmas time there is little slow down - especially as most of my income comes from ads. And massive investing advertisers target was December. Anyway I still have made some solid income and I am investing all my time to earn even more in future months.

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