Coming right after my previous post in which I announced that I profited over $40,000 in May, I am happy to announce that I’ve set a new personal affiliate marketing daily net profit record.
It’s actually been a while since I’ve had one. My previous one was made back on January 27th, 2013 for the amount of $2,883.89.
At the end of that post, I predicted the following:
"While my last 3 posts have all been about setting new records, I’m pretty confident that you won’t see a new one from me for quite a while. If I had to guess, I’d say at least 2-3 months, and I wouldn’t be surprised if it took an entire year."
That prediction turned out to be pretty accurate, as it took me just over 4 months before setting this new one.
New Daily Net Profit Record!
A few days ago, on June 1st, 2013, I set a new daily net profit record on my campaigns for the amount of:
(Spare a penny, anyone?)
While it’s a new record, it’s not significantly higher than my previous one – just $216.10 more – and it did take 4 months to reach.
That being said, I shouldn’t complain. Hell, 2 years ago I was making literally nothing from affiliate marketing.
For those wondering, the daily gross number was $6,151.00, which wasn’t a new record gross for me, but is definitely in my top-10. That works out to an ROI of 102%.
Not The Average
Remember, the $3,099.99 that I netted a few days ago was a new daily record for me and isn’t the average I make on a day-to-day basis from my campaigns.
If we look at my numbers from May, we’ll see that my daily average last month was $1,296.
While June has started off absolutely awesomely so far (the past few days have been very good too!), I still stand by the prediction I made in my previous post in that I believe June will be fairly low for me – at least in comparison to how May performed.
Next Record Prediction
The record I made on Saturday was a little bit of a fluke in that the stars had all aligned for me on my campaigns. Without going into any details, everything just went right for me – I ran some new offers which were doing fantastic and my conversion rates were higher than usual.
So taking that into consideration, along with the fact that I predict June will take a fair bit of a drop in profit, I don’t think that I’ll be setting a new net profit record anytime soon. If I had to guess, I’d say no sooner than 1 month, and I wouldn’t be surprised if it took another 4+ months.
Hopefully I can break it within 6-months though. We’ll just have to wait and see how long it takes!