What I Read and Why

If you keep up with my Instagram you’ve seen, I’ve been cranking through some reading over the past couple weeks. I have also been reading more than I ever have throughout this whole journey I’ve been on and I would like to highlight some of things I read and the direction I intend to take. I will start from the past and move to the present in terms of what I read and why. If you are early in your journey to transform yourself or are looking to get started, you can look at what I’ve read and see what aspect you need to improve on! Many of the books below have links attached to them, I have reviewed some of these books in the past and if you want a quick overview or to get the gist of it feel free to check out the link pertaining to each book.

I read a book on modern long-term stock market investing from a guy I followed on YouTube. His channel is the Financial Education channel and he has some good content. His book however is a little mundane and useless if you’ve already consumed his content. All his book is, is a couple of his YouTube videos all summarized into a book so if you’re already familiar with it’s a waste of money.

The next “book” I read was “The Millionaire Booklet” by Grant Cardone and this was more of a shift in mindset “book”.  It’s very short, very informative and is written with passion, if you need to get fired up and get something that will spark you to change your life, I would suggest this book. You may be able to get it for free and pay shipping they often run promos on this booklet.

From here, I got fired up on all things Grant Cardone, so I read a couple more of his books, the next two being “The 10X Rule” and “Sell or be Sold”. “The 10X Rule” is a productivity and mindset book and will really challenge you to pursue success and to think bigger. “Sell or Be Sold” is sales related, and at the time I confirmed that I was going into a sales position for my summer internship which led to the obvious choice to read the book. Even if you are not going into sales it is something very important to learn for your career and for your life. Everything is a sale, from dating a girl and selling her on you, to getting a raise at your job and selling your boss on your performance.

Next, I went with Gary Vaynerchuk’s “Crush It” and I believe I read the sequel “Crushing it” sometime around there as well but I don’t have a date on that one. As with most things GaryVee is involved with these books revolve around entrepreneurship and circles around social media. If you’re at all interested in becoming an entrepreneur and starting your own business and following your passion these are the books and the guy you should investigate.

I read “Rental Property Empire” since I became interested in real estate and while the book was dry and tough to make it through it had all the information you could ever want to pertain to real estate investing. Same can be said about “How to Create Wealth Investing in Real Estate” by Grant Cardone, though this book was much more manageable and easier to get through.

The next two books I read that’ll get lumped together as a mindset and motivation style books are “Rise and Grind” by Daymond John, and “Rich Dad, Poor Dad” by Robert Kiyosaki. Both change your mindset in terms of what is necessary to achieve financial success and how to work hard as well as motivate you to achieve higher things in life.

The book I would suggest for anyone to read out of all of these on this list would be “How to Win Friends and Influence People” by Dale Carnegie. This book is the holy grail in my opinion. It contains practical advice that is timeless as to how to interact with people daily that will transfer to sales skills, negotiation skills, and conflict resolution skills. I can not recommend this book enough, in fact, the day after our new Recruitment Chair was elected to take the position, I handed him the book and said start reading this will be one of the tools towards your success.

The most recent book I read was “Getting Things Done” by David Allen and while useful in terms of organization and increasing your productivity the book is a little dated in terms of technology since it was written in 2001. If you struggle with productivity or get distracted easily or you’re not organized this book could be your solution. A large part of the book involves clearing your mental RAM, like the passive thoughts in your brain that are saying “don’t forget to do X” or “don’t forget to call Y” things of that nature that suck out the productivity and creativeness that people sometimes lack these days. If you fit in that category this book may also be for you!

Onto the last book that I am in the process of reading now is, “Think and Grow Rich” by Napoleon Hill and my oh my I believe this one is going to be a banger. Written with inspiration and in close association to Dale Carnegie you know this book is just going to be life changing! I’m only 10% done with it right now but I will for sure give my opinion on it in the future.

Onto what I am looking to read and learn in the future. My full-time job involves sales so that will primarily be my focus going into the summer, I plan to listen to more Hardcore Closer Podcast by Ryan Stewman for all things sales related. I plan to read various books by Zig Ziglar who I hear is another sales prodigy. I have several productivity type books on my shelf, as well as investing and business books. I also plan to purchase a course by MeetKevin on YouTube related to real estate investing and all aspects of that. I also plan to listen to Bigger Pockets again in the future, and purchase some of their material.

You can clearly see that there remains a nearly infinite amount of knowledge out there in the form of books, podcasts, YouTube videos, courses, etc. I suggest that if you are looking to make a change in your life or to level up a certain aspect of your life you start looking into the books, podcasts, videos that pertain to what you are trying to do and go deep into them. If you first need to get some motivation in you, I have suggestions above for that (Eric Thomas is a good guy to YouTube if you need some motivation really quick). If you want to start your own business, I have suggestions above for you. If you want to get into real estate, I have suggestions above as well.

You have a vast amount of knowledge at your fingertips, figure out what you want to do and go after it.

Thanks,

B^2

 

 

Passive Income overview 9/5/18

Passive Income is all the rage these days, with ecommerce blowing up, YouTube, podcasts, blogs, investing etc. there are lots of reason why it should be something to think about. Let’ s dive into it and see what it is all about!

Passive income is income resulting from cash flow received on a regular basis, requiring minimal to no effort by the recipient to maintain it. (Wikipedia)

That sounds amazing! Minimal to no effort and receiving cash from it, but its not quite that simple. Passive income often requires either initial upfront energy, effort, and time or initial upfront cash.

My expertise is with the initial upfront cash portion, so we’ll get into that. I have been collecting data on my passive income for over a year now. I currently receive passive income in the form of interest payments from Lending Club, my savings account, stock dividends, stock interest payments, and I guess money saving apps as well. I won’t go into that last one in depth as I am saving that for an article in the future. Hopefully if you’ve been following me for awhile or are at all familiar with investing you understand what a stock dividend is. Essentially you own a dividend paying stock a every quarter or for every month you receive a little gift from the company in the form of a monetary payout for being their stockholder. I also receive some interest payments from my stocks when people short the stocks I own. Between my savings account interest, stock interest, dividends from both Robinhood and Stash I have received $186.37 this year. Not too shabby most would say, but this does come at a price to the tune of ~$12,500 invested in the above-mentioned platforms. The other vehicle I use for passive income is Lending Club. Currently I have received $233.74 in interest payments this year through that platform and that is to the tune of about $4,000 ish invested. A little calculator work later and we are at $420.11 this year in passive income, or about $46.68 per month.

I’m proud of that number to say the least but there’s more to come and in fact my goal for 2018 was to make $1,000 in passive income this year. There is still along way to go to reach that $1,000 mark and less than 3 months till the ball drops and we are standing in 2019.

My plan to get there is already in the works, I have a sizeable position building in Lending Club, in fact there is quite a lot of notes (loans) that haven’t paid me yet because they are so new. When that all comes clicking together and I continue to add to that platform I expect my interest payment payouts to sky rocket. I think I’ll put in another $1,000 into that platform or so and will be reinvesting the principals and interest payments to snowball that passive income stream and make it larger.

The other side of the coin is my stocks and etf’s I own. I have added around $750 into my stash positions and most of those pay dividends. I’ve also added $1400 to my robinhood portfolio and a decent chunk of that has gone to dividend stocks. I plan to continue to add to both and make profits on my positions to reinvest into dividend stocks as well as reinvest the dividends back from where they came from.

The goal for this is to reach financial freedom. There are various definitions to this but for my purpose it is to create passive income streams that are greater than my active income (the money I make from working). When you reach this and assuming you account for inflation, cost of living increasing etc. you can effectively retire. Now of course I don’t plan to retire super early and go live on a beach or anything like that, my mission is much bigger than that, however that is the ultimate plan.

You might be taking a look at this and scratching your head like, “Brandon, you’ve got a long way to go to replace your standard income if you aren’t even at $1,000 a year yet” and you are absolutely correct. My stock portfolio currently yields around 3%, for a modest $40,000 a year to live on my portfolio would have to be around $1.3 million at that same yield to produce that. That’s a lot of motherfucking money to reach financial freedom if you ask me.

That’s why I am looking into investing in real estate when I build my capital up. With real estate’s monthly cash flow and leverage assuming a modest 5% return not accounting for increasing rents or refinancing or anything like that an $800,000 property would yield $40,000 a year and with a 25% down payment of $200,000 you could control that. That looks much more attainable to me.

Using Grant Cardone’s 40% rule, profits from my investments, and existing passive income streams that will grow that should be attainable within a few years if all goes right.

As Warren Buffett said, “If you don’t find a way to make money while you sleep, you will work until you die.”

Now are these passive income streams passive, no. I actively invest in the stock market, I do research on the positions I take, I check lending club frequently and hand pick my loans that I invest in etc. But all in all they are pretty passive. Real estate on the other hand isn’t very passive until you get to the big leagues and can afford a property manager.

Grant’s new real estate investing book is in route to my door in STL and I will be giving that a read very soon and I plan to implement his plan and to go big on my first deal. We’re talking 24-32 units costing $1.4- 2.0 million requiring a down payment in the neighborhood of $500-700k. Like I said large upfront capital or large up-front work, time, energy.

I should also mention what I am doing right here follows that other method that I haven’t gone over. This blog while it does not produce any income and actually never has produced any income for me may be able to one day. Consider how much time I’ve spent (10 months, 60 blog posts, advertising, Instagram etc.) to get it to this point and still haven’t made a dime with it. That’s what I am talking about in terms of up front time, energy, and effort.

It will not be easy whatever passive income route you choose, but with a good strategy and the work you need to put into it the prize is pretty frickin nice.

Let me hear your passive income journey!

B^2

Premier Roofing Week 2 and 3

Sorry to keep you guys waiting on the update for my internship. I was out of town for the holiday weekend so my week 2 and 3 were discontinuous so I decided to group them together as best as I could. Overall week 2 went alright, I was out on my own going door to door and managed to make 2 sales that week while still putting a lot of time and effort into my training. I was still without WI-FI so that was rough, but my roommate also arrived in town so at least I wasn’t alone anymore. Week 3 is where I hit a stroke of luck. I managed to get 2 more sales and I sold a group of 6 rental properties bring my total up to 8 for that week! I was awarded the “Ace of the Week” for premier roofing and earned my rookie stripes (10 total sales). In addition to 8 sales I also had a PFYNR (prepare for your new roof meeting) where the customer and I discuss the two estimates and pick shingle colors etc. That earned me a little bit more for that pay period! That impressive performance and a little bit of luck that week earned me $1000 and some cool Knick knacks from the company.

As I am coming to the end of this week’s pay period (Thursday at midnight) I am not really looking at a big week like I had before. I have several potential sales in the pipeline and a PFYNR scheduled for Thursday afternoon. As of now it looks like I’ll be under my draw ($500) this week unfortunately. This may work in my best benefit however because this next pay period is looking quite juicy, several PFYNR’s, several sales in the pipeline, a sale already scheduled for Monday etc. I may be trading a poor week for a stellar week. Unfortunately, I still have plenty of ground to make up, as of this paycheck on Friday I will be $1500 short of what I was making last summer, granted that is to be expected in your first couple weeks as you aren’t making nearly the sales or the higher commission portions of the process in your first 2 weeks. I would like to see this next pay periods paycheck north of $2,000 though as I have investments to make, money to save, bills to pay, and necessities to buy. If you’ve been keeping up with my Instagram posts you can see I have some ambitious goals to tackle this June and I am trying to fire at all cylinders always to achieve that. To name a few, $25k net worth, $1000 savings, 30 sales and 200 notes for lending club. We’ll see what I can do to achieve that, I believe that since this is my last week of time consuming training for work that I will be able to better invest my time into passive income efforts, this blog and making wise investment choices.

As always feel free to leave a comment below!

B^2

End of April- Mid May goal review

Hey everyone, sorry I haven’t posted in awhile life has been hectic per usual and currently trying to adjust to my new schedule, job, location, current living conditions etc. all at the same time. I’ll get into that at the end of this article but first let’s dive into what brought you here today.

My previous goal review post left you all with this update

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I made some progress in the last portion of April despite initiation, classes, tests etc. and I ended here.

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Main differences are a small bump in visitor s and IG posts however both fell short of their mark. Side money dropped significantly because I included my losses from options trading. I pumped out another 3 blog posts and 2 more clicks on amazon affiliates which was amazing to see.

All things considering, I would call that a strong finish to April considering what all was going on. Now let’s get to May and how crazy this month has already been. Here were the goals I set out to reach.

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All of these were like what I have been striving to do this entire year nothing out of the ordinary, but wow did the train get derailed or what. First, I had dead week and finals coming up in early May both of which are incredibly strenuous and busy with schoolwork, tests, projects all coming down on the final two weeks of class along with all the social events of initiation, 21st birthdays, senior wills etc. etc. Then there was moving to Kansas City and my internship. Both of which have been huge adjustments. For one I have had all sorts of problems with moving into my apartment (had to do that a day late and ran errands all Monday to get that sorted out.) I still do not have Wi-Fi in my apartment, so I am writing and posting this article at a McDonald’s booth. My new job is very different from anything I have ever done in my life. Door to Door sales is in a world of its own and after completing my first actual day on the streets I can say without a doubt that I need to practice more before tomorrow’s door knocking. This has required lots of training outside of my working hours which cuts into Bsquared time. After all of that considered here’s where I’m at.

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This was updated as of tonight and reflects the two weeks I have put into these goals. Unfortunately I did not make it as far as I wanted. I also don’t know how much I can progress this summer, I am hoping that once I get the internship down and I have less memorizing and practicing and some Wi-Fi in nmy apartment I will be more effective in my blogging world. I also plan to bring what I have gained and learned from this internship to my viewers and try to bring some value to your experience here on this site.

Thanks,

B^2

Who I follow on YouTube

YouTube, the video –sharing site that is owned by the titan Google, has stood the test of time as far as far as modern social media is concerned. YouTube is a wonderful place to have a few laughs on, learn new things and watch step by step tutorials for your everyday problems, or listen to your favorite artist and see their newest music video. I will primarily go over the learning/education side of the YouTube.

A few weeks ago, I made an Instagram post about whether you use YouTube for entertainment or education and if that ratio is more to the entertainment side you should reconsider the use of your time. The amount of information I have learned from watching YouTube videos is astounding and here are some channels you should check out that I personally follow.

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For all things entrepreneurship and business related I turn to Patrick Bet-David on the Valuetainment channel. As the name suggests his goal is to provide value to the viewer drawing from his own personal success in entrepreneurship and business. They recently took a break from YouTube for a bit and revamped the objective and mission of the channel and the information he brings to the viewers is incredible. If you are at all interested in entrepreneurship or business I highly recommend checking him out. He provides great content and worksheets to the viewer to aid in self-improvement.

The next channel two channels I follow talk about the stock market mainly. Nate O’Brien is a young investor that brings ambition and passion to his channel as he talks about investments and relates well to my generation and age group. The other channel I follow for stock market education is the Financial Education channel. Jeremy from the Financial Education channel has written two books that I have read and has several programs that educate its users on the stock market, passive income, and options trading among other things. I would highly recommend these two channels if you are interested in stock investments, budgeting, passive income etc.

The last two channels revolve around real estate, motivation, and entrepreneurship. Grant Cardone is a world renown sales expert and has developed a real estate company with over $750 million in assets currently. Meet Kevin is about Kevin a real estate agent in California that provides value to the viewer by revealing the tips and tricks of real estate and exposes lies and clears confusion said by other “experts” in finance and real estate, these include Grant Cardone, Dave Ramsey and several others. These two channels help educate me on real estate and motivate me for any side hustle endeavors I have.

I primarily watch these YouTube videos in binges or if I am seeking information on a subject. Rather than watching tv or Netflix or YouTube for entertainment purposes I watch these education-based channels and learn more to further develop myself. Only problem is there are never enough hours in a day as you can see from the subscription box up above. I’m sure I am missing some great education-based YouTube channels out there so if you have any suggestions on who to follow please let me know!

Internship update

Hope everyone’s spring is going well. This past week I accepted a position at Premier Roofing in Kansas City as a salesman. This is very odd position in comparison to my previous internship/co-op as I worked in engineering disciplines for Caterpillar and Samtec. I am excited for the opportunities that lie ahead. I believe this internship will allow me to continue to expand this blog and any side endeavors I soon pursue. This internship will also set me up for a technical sales position that are popular in my field. The commission-based pay will also cater to my work ethic and determination and I hope I can make the most of the opportunity given to me. I also gained experience as head philanthropy chair when I talked to t-shirt sponsors which I believe will benefit me for this position. I will keep you all updated as things progress my hope is to walk out of this summer with a strong sales position experience and I have enabled my free time to the best of my ability to create another source of income or success. I also hope to invest my earnings to further diversify my portfolio and to set myself up for success during the coming school year and post-graduation.

Please leave a comment below if you have any questions!

Dividend update 3-26-18

I came to you guys almost 3 months ago with an overview of my dividend income and situation. Back then I was bringing in approximately $150 a year in dividends from Robinhood and with all dividends and interest included I was bring in a little over $20 a month. Today this is what we are looking at.

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The above table tracks my dividends from multiple platforms (Robinhood, acorns, and stash) as well as interest I receive from Robinhood. As you can see there is a general trend upward and although there were some bad months (January) I receive upwards of $20 a month in dividends. Here is the table in graph form, the blue represents 2017 and the red represents 2018. As you can see March 2018 has been my best month to date with $31.68, or about a $1 a day.

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Below is another table tracking my dividend stocks in Robinhood. As you can see I am now making approximately $200 a year in dividends not including stash dividends or Robinhood interest. This equates to approximately 2.5% return on my portfolio in dividends.  I also have small positions in some very high yield dividend stock such as CEFL, CBL, and OHI. I am looking into increasing those positions moving forward and cost averaging down when I can, to increase actual percent yield which is calculated in the table below.

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Overall, I am impressed with these results as I have been taking my foot off the gas in terms of investing in dividend stocks. I have been looking more into higher potential returns than higher dividend income recently and we will see how that pays off in the future. Currently my largest position is down big right now (~$750) as that comes up as I expect it too in 2018/2019 and I can funnel more money into my investing accounts I will keep you all updated on my stock portfolio and my dividends.

Please leave a comment below!

B^2

Status Update 3/12/2018

Hey how’s it going everyone hope you all are well.  I just wanted to give a quick update on what is going on with my life right now. If you’ve been keeping up with the biweekly goal analysis you know it’s been a crazy couple week and I’ve been super busy.  I can say nothing has changed on that front, I am in the middle of our big St. Pat’s party week right now, followed by a hard week of school with tests and then spring break. From then on, it’s still going to be a wild ride to the end of the semester. Because of this I’ve been putting the blog and Instagram on the back burner for a little bit. I was consistently working 16-18 hours a day between school, fraternity, philanthropy, rugby, and my personal endeavors and it was slowly killing me. Soon I plan to refocus my Instagram efforts and get the blog some better tools retain my audience (mailing list, email newsletters, more Facebook ads etc.) but I simply do not have the time to make that commitment all the way. On a positive note I have an internship more or less locked down for this upcoming summer its actually a sales position which is very different from what I am use to or expected to do, but the experience and income should be very beneficial. I think the unique schedule I will be working will also help with this blog, and my other endeavors so hopefully that leads to some explosive growth this summer. I was also considering changing the focus of the blog entirely, as it sits now its me sharing my financial journey, but I guess it’s boring right now to be frank. I’m not making many moves right now since I haven’t had any income since August. I am reading books and learning about successful people and how to be successful and am reading a lot of motivational content so maybe that may be a temporary route I go. As I said above its been busy and we are in a holding pattern right now so hold tight while I get my life together.

If you have any suggestions, ideas, content to talk about, or products to aid in some of my problems stated above let me know!

B^2

End of February Goal Analysis

Man, that was a quick one, a very short and busy month let to some disappointing results but lets not beat around the bush and dive right in.

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Looking at the Instagram items, posts and followers were close to the target, again it was a too little too late scenario and its hard to make up for the days with no posts. Overall, I’m not disappointed with this one, I put a lot of effort into it and it was very close just didn’t want to compromise my content for hitting the target, but I may have already… more on that later. Moving to the blog objectives, 40 blog posts and 400 visitors, yea neither of those were going to happen. Had I continued pushing the paid advertising as hard as I did the first half of February then maybe, but without that the views are organic and very low. As I have said before, writing blog posts requires a lot from me, I must be in the mood and mindset to write these up and if its not there then the writing quality is trash and it’s a slow process.

Related to the blog is the mailing list, and I looked at a plugin for it on WordPress, but I don’t think it was ever implemented, at least when I went on the site I never found a form to fill out. Again, related to the blog, affiliate sales still have never took off, of course its much harder with low traffic on the site. Same applies to the Shopify referrals, I had 10 clicks through the site and I never had one go through with the full signup process.

Changing gears again we look at the two book goals, Sell or be Sold, and Rental Property Empire. I finished and posted on Sell or Be Sold, terrific book, great content, it may have persuaded me to take a sales internship this summer, updates to come soon on that. Here is the link for the article though, check it out! http://bsquared.website/2018/02/28/sell-or-be-sold-how-to-get-your-way-in-business-and-in-life-grant-cardone/ I just started Rental Property Empire tonight actually, so far, its pretty basic information I already knew hopefully it picks up in fresh content though, approximately 15% through it.

Last two girls include credit cards and interviews. Despite the check marks the credit cards didn’t get paid off the way I wanted them to so that was rather disappointing, as far as the interviews, the Spring Career Fair at my school was rough this year. Lots of full-time and co-op opportunities but not much for summer interns so that wasn’t good. I did get 2 interviews though, one for the sales rep and one for a steel company. There may be more opportunities coming up but that’s all I have right now.

About the Instagram issue noted above, I have two screenshots from my account tonight. You can see there is a strong inverse correlation between action and discovery and I don’t know why. I have been posting frequently (probably too much but was going for the goal) and I think that may have something to do with it. But I am looking for more link clicks, engagement, and followers. I am getting them slowly but surely, but I would like to master Instagram to deliver the best results for my blog.

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Looking forward March is a crazy month at my school. I have 2 tests next week, St. Pat’s, another testing week, then spring break. My philanthropy week is also soon after in April and my team and I are putting in tons of work lately to get that all ready to go. I have made accommodations to my goals by covering the whole month of March in this next set. Hopefully I can deliver stellar results to make up for the last couple disappointing performances. At first I set the bar relatively low for my goals, the more I looked at them the easier they looked and I decided I needed to keep pushing myself so I cranked them back up to a tougher target.

As always let me know what you think, and if you have any suggestions or comments those are always appreciated.

Until next time,

B^2

Blog analysis January- February

As you may know I am extremely data driven. I love numbers and finding trends and all that kind of stuff, that probably why I ended up studying engineering.  Anyway after 2 solid months of putting my heart and soul into this blog or as much of both as I could I wanted to look at what I had and see if I couldn’t find any trends or anything special with it. Hopefully by the end of this I can give other bloggers out there some tips and advice or if you have any please share it with me!

Below is the stats board for January 2018.

January stats

Unfortunately, I didn’t think I could fit everything well in one screen snip, but I had 152 views and 97 visitors. Fairly respectable for a full first month’s effort. At this time, I was experimenting with Facebook advertising as you can see 55 of my views all of which were driven by the Modern Long Term Stock Market investing book drove many of my visitors and views. Instagram contributed 27 visitors and search engines managed 7 visitors. If you turn those all into percentages it would read 56.7% Facebook, 27.8% Instagram, 7.2% search engine. All should be noted that many of the views came within the United States and the runner up was UK with approximately 10% of the total views. About $29 was spent on advertising in January.

Next up we have February 2018. While not completely over we are pretty darn close so we will call it as we see it.

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February boosts 260 views and 177 visitors, a sizeable margin over January. Now with 2 front runners for article views, both Freedom Funnel and Millionaire Booklet were advertised heavily. The runner up 10X Rule didn’t do bad either. Facebook comprised 125 out of 177 referrals, Instagram 35, search engines 7 it looks like. In percentages we have Facebook 70.6%, Instagram 19.8%, and Search engines at 4%. Lets also look at viewership. Majority United States again comprising of 64% of the demographic, and UK in second with 16.5% of the demographic. Advertising costs for January were about $43 maybe slightly less than that.

Digging further into the data we find that both January and February had 8 new blog posts each so that remains a consistent factor. I also cut down the Facebook advertising after mid-February, I was at 150+ visitors around that time as well. The lack of effort in the second half of February killed the growth of this blog. I have mentioned in earlier posts my extra effort required at school around that time prevented some of that growth.

After looking at the above data, I can deduct that advertising has a direct correlation to viewership however I still have not made any income from the blog in terms of referrals to apps, amazon affiliate sales, or any other revenue of that manner. Until I can increase my income organically I will be taking it easy on the advertising costs. I have been putting more emphasis in my Instagram account and hope that will drive future growth. I believe more posts and the catalog of old posts will also increase visitors and viewership. I am currently working on setting up a mailing list to further hit on returning visitors and keep the blog growth steady.

Hopefully this gave you all some insight on what’s going on behind the scenes here at B^2, please let me know if you have any suggestions!

Until next time,

B^2