I don’t want to bore you with all the details, this isn’t going to be a list of 5 things you could try where 3 might work and 2 are just filler.
I’m going to cut straight to the chase, tell you my situation, my solution, and why it worked for me. Maybe it will work for you, who knows.
In school I was never taught about personal finance, I wasn’t taught about credit, debt, saving strategies, investments, tax, tax refunds or pensions. …
So let’s start with the burning question, how much revenue has the app actually made. Well in 12 months, relying on ads alone I’ve made just under $700.
It’s also worth noting that just under 50% of this money was made in the last 90 days alone. I now get a payout of roughly $120 to $140 per month.
Now as mentioned in a previous article I made the app using Flutter, so it’s cross platform and available on iOS and Android. Developers not using a cross platform solution may find the breakdown of earnings interesting.
It’s no secret that people compare themselves to each other. With the constant barrage of social media updates thrown under our noses, is there anybody out there not doing it better than you?
Be it your, financial status, friendships, career success, intelligence, social media following, you name it. There’s always someone doing it better.
We all have our own goals to reach the kind of life we want. …