The third edition of my Coil income report shows a decrease in received XRP, although I had increased blog traffic compared to February.
The coronavirus situation is taking its toll on the global economy, including ecommerce. March was a bad month for print on demand sales.
I had to get a new visa stamp to extend my stay in Thailand. So I took my scooter on a ride to the Mae Sai border crossing for a border run.
Blogging is a long-term project and setting yourself up with blog analytics can help you to learn and stay motivated — especially when you’ve just started.
Working from anywhere requires to have the gear you need to get your work done with you in a practical way. Check out my setup, which fits into a backpack.
The second edition of my monthly Coil income report comes with a slight increase in received XRP on my end. Check the details and related traffic analytics.
February came with many sales, but reduced royalties. Find out the reason in this second edition of my monthly print on demand income report.
The internet is running on ads — but there’s hope. New solutions are on the rise, allowing you to make money without turning your blog into a billboard.
The print on demand business holds great potential for online business beginners to get started and learn. It’s not easy, but comparably simple.
I document my monthly income from this new web monetization method used on my blog to track its potential. Here we go with my first Coil income report.