We’re already 10 days into April, and I’m finally getting my March blog report up!
My days are a little busier now that I’ve moved from a 30 hour work week to 40 hours and taken on the library’s PR manager duties in addition to my regular Teen Services responsibilities. We just had our website redesigned, and I’ll be in charge of keeping it updated — luckily it’s on WordPress, which I am very familiar with thanks to my blog!
As if I weren’t busy enough, I signed up for a business “bootcamp” with my Young Living team and am completing daily assignments. It’s actually really fun, though, and I’m learning a ton about essential oils and the potential of building a Young Living business.
So as you can see, I’ve been busy! But I want to keep doing monthly blog reports, so… better late than never, right?
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Here are March’s stats!
Pageviews: 3, 452
Email subscribers: 9
Bloglovin followers: 24
Income: $12. 12
Social Media Stats
All my numbers were up this month! My biggest gain was on Pinterest. I’ve been using Boardbooster & installed a Hello Bar at the top of my blog with a link to my profile. I just watched a video today about how to create the “perfect” pin, so I’m planning to implement some of those strategies in the future. I need to go back and fix some old pins as well!
I’ve continued to network with other bloggers. I love the blogging community and how helpful and supportive everyone is! It’s been really fun getting to know the ladies in my mastermind group, and I also joined a new group of bloggers who write about organizing. Abby from Just a Girl and Her Blog started a group for readers of Building a Framework, and it’s been really helpful. If you haven’t read her book yet, I highly recommend that you do!
My earnings were in the double digits, woohoo! I made $12.12 from Adsense, affiliate sales through Share a Sale, and sponsored tweets through Izea. I also received free products for review (these labels plus a handmade chapstick cozy, which you’ll see featured in an upcoming post on purse organization).
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