Revenue generating ability of my blog – $1 per week
In Digital Life today, there was an article that featured local bloggers who are earning some decent amount of advertisement revenues from their blogs. It was mentioned that Dawn Yang is earning an average of $5000 a month and these figures are largely based on the hit rates/banner click rates that their blogs managed to attract and maintain.
Quoted from the article;
“At NuffNang, co-founder Cheo Ming Shen said: “Bloggers just need to maintain a daily minimum of 20 different visitors to their blogs in order to bring in the dough….”
“…some of his members earn only $1.68 per week.”
Hmmm, after reading this article, I thought about the revenue generating ability of my blog.
My average viewership ranges from 35 to 55 per day depending on how interesting and frequent my entries are.
Out of these, 10 to 15 of the viewers landed in my blog through some really strange search terms.
That leaves me with 25 to 35 hits when people actually click, searches, and open my link to look at my blog in their own accord.
I guess I kind of qualify for NuffNang advertisement membership? (I am so ignoring the possibilities of my very own friends or some strange stalkers who just keep checking my blog once or twice per day.)
Ok, let’s just take an extremely conservative approach of earning $1 per week (much worst than the poor dude who earns only $1.68 per week.) WOW. That means that I can earn much more than what POSB is currently giving me as annual interest ($6 per annum?)!
Hmm, maybe I should really try registering at NuffNang! If you do see some weird advertisement banners popping around my blog please do click on it as I’m trying really hard to earn that 1 buck per week!