First of all, I won’t reveal my website.
Second, I’m not selling anything via this post. I don’t have a
$159 $97 course. I’m not trying to get anyone to click any affiliate links. I just want to help provide some insights into what I’ve done.
Alright. Let’s go.
I just finished filing my taxes. I’ve officially made $204,598.67 in 2016. Of that, I had roughly $4,000 in expenses (hosting, some web development, a bit of writing, and a few hundred bucks on FB advertising to boost posts). Continue reading