I’m very excited to share that my small project will receive Spark level funding from the first call for proposals of the Grant for the Web.
My ability to produce more content last month resulted in a bigger XRP payout. There also were big news from the Grant for the Web!
The last month before Q4 has passed — and it has been a completely passive one for me. Let’s check the results for one month of doing nothing.
Without any expectations, offering freelance services on Fiverr quickly turned out to be a very interesting additional income option for me.
Lots of other of stuff took away my focus from creating content last month. But it was exciting to read about myself in the Financial Times!
The month started quite weak on the sales side, but finished off quite well given that it’s still summer holiday season. I can’t complain!
In an attempt to make a repetitive trademark research task more efficient, I ended up creating my very first Chrome extension. A fun project!
As I was able to post more content in June, it makes sense that my XRP payout also got a nice increase this month. Loving it!
Sales have been cooling off a bit lately — summer holidays? All details in the seventh edition of my print on demand income report.
I’ve finally started automating my print on demand upload process using LazyMerch — and there’s no going back. It just saves so much time!