Tag Archive for 'self employed'

Developer Income Report #15

As stated in my previous income report my earnings from Android apps development is getting much higher. Mostly because of last discovered method of increasing app visibility that has been described in last update of my eBook. As you may read in lastly published post called “Android Success Stories” and in many comments under my income reports and other posts about my eBook – that methods really works! This time I will sum up all my income made on September 2011. As you may see it is another great month. Let’s start!

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Developer Income Report #14

As many of you already know I am publishing my monthly income reports each month. Here is another one that will sum up the August 2011. As I have discovered some new methods to make your applications more visible on the Android Market and have updated my “Make Money on Android” eBook with this tips – my income has been much higher than on my last month averages! So both my Android ads revenue and eBook sales have been pretty well in last month. Moreover new technique has been confirmed by many of you to work really well. Here are a few quotes from one of my favourite eMails:

Most of my apps went from 1000 to 3000 downloads a day.others from 700 to 1500.

Even one app went from 1000 to 7000 downloads a day and is now an a stable 5000 downloads a day !! and is in the top 50 in the entertainment section :).

My total daily revenue is now about between 70$ – 90$.

If any one of you want to make some guest posting to share your success story I will be happy to publish it on my blog. Just let me know! I am really happy I could help with such a simple tip! Of course all my techniques are 100% legit and are just using the system the right way! I feel really good that I can share my success with all of you and make a few more additional bucks. <AUTOPROMOTION> Just if you are interested I am highly recommending you my eBook for more details. </AUTOPROMOTION>.

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Annual Developer Income Report

It is over one year since I gave up my day job to become an independent developer (It is more than a year but I have missed a few reports so I will sum 12 months that has been reported on this blog). All my projects that generate any money has been build by me with a little help of some freelancers. All has been done on my own schedule without any boss complaining or some crazy deadlines. Some of you are reading my reports from the beginning and some of you are here for the first time. I believe that this annual report will be very interesting for all of you. I will make a two sections. One where I will spilt all my income by months and another where I will sum all sources of income from last 12 reports.

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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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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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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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Developer Income Report #6

Another month is finished so it is the high time for the summary of my monthly income. Since this post I will be comparing my monthly income accordingly to the previous month. You will be easily seeing increase or decrease of my earnings in each of my income sources. As I have highlighted in my last report (#5) I have mainly focused on Android applications development as it is the most passive (and highest) of my income sources.

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Developer Income Report #5

It is high time for my another income report. I used to write my total developer income reports (last one “Gave up a day job! Now what? – Income report #3“) and last month I have summed my “Android Income Report” (not included previously). As I am switching mostly to Android application development I have decided to write just a one total report. So here it is! My “Developer Income Report #5″.

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