After the last post on this topic I got a very adorable e-mail from a visitor who really was concerned about my earnings. This is why I want to underline that this whole Amazon thing isn’t to demonstrate how little money this blog is generating.
The truth is, and I hope this will take away the concerns of my valued audience, this blog keeps my dog eating and some extra. For example: this year the hosting is paid by a big British telecom provider. So please don’t worry about me.
Anyway, you can find the reason for this Amazon series by clicking here.
OK, let’s go to the September edition (I know, it’s October and I was to lame to write this post earlier).
The first September sale that brought in the massive amount of $0,71 in commissions was Directing the Story: Professional Storytelling and Storyboarding Techniques for Live Action and Animation.
The second, content related sale was the Dummies-book below, what made $0,40 in commissions and let’s Daisy the dog smile as I now can treat her on pig’s ear.
Drawing courses are very popular under my audience. Why isn’t this surprising me? The two books below together generated a commission of $ 1,18
Last but not least we come to this book on Story Engineering what made me rich over night with a commission of $ 0,32.
If you wonder if I want to continue this series next year, the answer is NO. In the beginning of this year I promised to keep running and I do what I promise. Just as easy as that.
On the other hand I like to showcase you the difference between the reality of a mid-size blog and the reality some self proclaimed Guru’s try to make you believe. It’s not my thing to create a blog on money making on-line or this kind of stuff.
Have a great day and see you soon.