It’s been a little while since I’ve discussed the numbers that my Amazon business is doing. Things have been good.
As of last night, my sales for the past 30 days are just under $7,000. While 7 day sales broke above $2,000 for a few weeks at the end of July, they have since trailed off but are recovering this week and heading back above that line now.
When I started this experiment a few months ago, I was thrilled to have one sale in a day. Now, I am averaging more like 7 sales each day and have been doing a bit of freaking out when those daily numbers drop.
The chart below shows my profit numbers for the first four months of sales:
As you can see, things have definitely been trending in the right direction. It is worth noting that while the gross numbers have increased dramatically, the ratio numbers have suffered a bit as I have become more comfortable taking smaller profits that are more likely to happen quickly.
With all of the facts out there, this by far the most successful experiment I have worked on since starting DTAYS a few years ago. While freelance writing was and is a great income, it doesn’t quite scale the way it appears that Amazon selling will.
In the long term, I believe that there will be a happy medium between the scalability of Amazon selling and the regular income aspects that I like about freelance writing. The two should make excellent counterparts under the Brooklyn Content umbrella.