Niche Sites Income Report – January 2022


$ 24,857


$ 13,941


$ 10,916

These income reports are only for those niche sites that I started in 2019 or later

January is not the best month for Display Ads sites. After the golden months of November and December, the RPMs in January take a nosedive.

But that happens every year, so no surprises there.

Site 8 ( Shows Some Promise

This is my case study site that I bought from Motion Invest in September 2021 for $ 5,800. You can read about it here

In January, I added 22 articles to this site, and the traffic increased from 4,538 page views in Dec 2021 to 5,489 page views in January 2022.

That’s a 20% increase.

While a 20% percent increase may sound good, it’s not a lot given its low base value.

I will continue to add more articles and I hope to see some impact in the next 6-8 months (as these new articles will take time to rank).

Niche Sites Income in January 2022

Site 116079,177$ 1,858
Site 2269107,372 $ 2,301
Site 3268114,567$ 2,181
Site 48618,257$ 363
Site 5157340,085$ 17,122
Site 612928,829$ 473
Site 718414,800$ 510
Site 8 WhyRabbits.com1425,489$ 49

If you’re interested in learning more about the sites, check out the first income report.

Total Income in January 2022 – $ 24,857 (vs. $ 31,292 last month)

Compared to December 2021, the traffic went up by 20%, but due to lower RPMs, the overall income declined by 20%.

Some $$ screenshots:

Site 5 on Mediavine
Site 1 on AdThrive

Now let’s have a look at the expenses.

Expenses in January 2022

  • Kinsta: $ 400
  • Manage WP: $ 15
  • Jasper AI: $ 99
  • Upwork Writer: $ 1,097
  • In-house writer: $ 500
  • Namecheap: $ 382
  • Dropbox: $ 120
  • Content Development Pros: $ 10,000
  • AMZ Watcher: $ 349
  • Shutterstock: $ 979

Total Expense: $ 13,941 (vs. $ 1,659 last month)

Expenses related to hosting and some of the plugins/tools are paid yearly. I will add these whenever they come up for renewal.

Net Income for January 2022: $ 10,916 (vs. $ 29,633 last month)

What Am I Reading/Learning?

For January, our book club selected ‘Fooled by Randomness’ by Nassim Nicholas Taleb.

The book is all about how randomness plays a much bigger role in our lives, and how often we attribute outcomes to things such as skill or experience when it could easily be a random event.

I did think that the author tried to oversimplify things and was only looking at things from the lens of everything being random.

My Favorite Tools and Services

Disclosure: Some of the links in this income report are affiliate links. So if you choose to use my links to make a purchase, it helps me with a little commission (without any extra cost to you, of course)

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