January was a quiet month for me in terms of results, but it wasn’t a particularly quiet month in terms of work load.
I said last month that I wanted to get my new training course somewhere close to opening, so that’s exactly what I worked on doing.
I wanted to have the first four weeks of content completed to give myself a head start and so I wasn’t instantly rushing to get the next weeks content out.
Being the perfectionist I am though it took me longer than it should have to get the content completed, and by the end of January I only had two weeks worth of content completed.
Launching a membership site is a scary thing, and I was petrified that people were going to give me abuse for asking them to pay for my information, so I was taking my sweet time so it was damn good.
As a result, Bike Track Days Hub well and truly went on the back burner. So much so that I had zero input in the site and it was just left ticking along.
That means that I have little else to tell you, other than what I made last month.
Being that January is still a quiet month for track days, I wasn’t expecting things to get much better than last month.
I was pleasantly surprised to see a small increase nonetheless, helped by an increase in affiliate earnings.
Affiliate Income – $357.78 (+$209.33)
eBook Sales – $196.48 (+$39.48)
BTDH Total – $554.26 (+$248.81)
Clothing Niche Site
Affiliate Revenue: $0 (-$16.6)
Gross Income - $554.26
Expenses – $38.70
Net Income – $515.56 (+$193.51)
For a month where I didn’t do any work to improve my business, it’s nice to see the income going up, instead of down.
For now, it’s just a case of continuing to get the content finished so I can get the doors open to my membership course.