If you have just joined us you can get a full update on my progress and previous month’s income scorecards by visiting this page.
As I move in to the second month of operating Seniorpreneur there has been some great progress in finding contributors who are willing share their knowledge, expertise and years of experience with other later life entrepreneurs and non-retirees. Contributors to date include Tony Watts, Carol Wyer, Brian Weatherdon and Cathi Bew. Take a minute to view their profiles and their thought provoking articles. If you would like to contribute your expertise or story to Seniorpreneur you can do so here.
Tony raised some very interesting points in his article, Retirement isn’t for everybody, highlighting how we are heading in to an era of “no retirement”, where flexible working arrangements can benefit both the employer and employees. What’s your opinion? Tell us what you think by sharing your views.
Our Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn pages continue to grow in popularity with Facebook the most active. I’m really enjoying reading and responding to your comments. Feel free to post your questions or comments directly to the wall so everyone can share views and thoughts.
My 12 month target is to be earning £1,000 per month. As I’ve previously highlighted this is over double the monthly State Pension of £452.40! For October the monthly income target was £120. Lets see how the numbers stack up.
The two main sources of income for October have remained – Google Adsense and Bing Ads (Media.net).
Adsense income from September 2014 was £263.13, so I’ve seen a £291.79 increase in Adsense revenue for October. Over the course of the month the Adsense dashboard is showing a total of 9,875 page views, 521 clicks with an average cost per click (CPC) of £1.07.
Bing Ads income for September was $145.76 (~£92.71)
Bing Ads are still significantly lower than Adsense — less than 20% of the total Adsense revenue.
TOTAL INCOME – OCTOBER
Bing Ads £92.71
TOTAL: £647.63 (October Target £120)
You can track my progress here.
Like many people around my age we are redefining what retirement is all about. Our generation is not satisfied with just sitting around waiting for time to pass. We’re breaking the rules and making our latter years mean something.
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