Welcome to another monthly report.

I’ll pick up where I left off in my last report:

Affiliate links

My monthly income via GeoRiot has increased from $286 to $338 without me doing anything. OK, I have added Brazil and all other south-american countries to my affiliate network, but their share in the total click-count is marginal.

Since I have more or less constant download rates (the “less” beeing discussed later in this post) the amount of people I send to the appstore via affiliate link keeps growing. That’s the main reason for the increased revenue. See below for the complete june stats.


after the “nasty” setup of networks, affiliate marketing has become a no brainer

You can see that the “top” link is a link to 100 Chambers Free, a mobile game created by my brother who runs codinsoft. I decided to add a full-screen ad in Bloo Kid FREE to help him get more downloads. Since the link is an affiliate link, I actually make money by helping him promote his game.

RebMob ad revenue

I also told you last month that my revmob revenue went up and down due to some problems with apples new “UDID”-policy. Now that RevMob and Corona sorted out their problems, my revenue from revmob is higher than ever. Be sure to read my older blogposts to see what I think makes Bloo Kid that “long-term-successful”.

For the first time I managed to make more than $5,000 a month with revmob

AppStore and PlayStore sales

So that was the good news. The bad news is that there is a slight “downward” trend to my app-sales. I have talked to other app developers and they can confirm that they see the same occurence in their stats.

I assume this is some sort of “silly season”. Since the “peaks” on the weekend are noticeable smaller, I assume people tend to go out swimming or camping or whatever during these days. Since a lot of my apps are made for kids and the parents are the ones who buy them, it’s obvious that “weekend-family-activity” is increasing and thus my sales drop. At least here in germany, the weather is finally getting better and you spend less time at home. So I don’t think that this is something to worry about yet.

So see below for my 3 month sales statistics to get a better understanding of what I am talking about:

Peaks are getting smaller, overall revenue is still more than satisfying

So right now I am working hard to finish Bloo Kid 2. It will still take some weeks until the content is complete, but working on the levels is super fun at the moment. Everyone who liked the first game will love the second 🙂

That’s all for this month. Hope you like it, and be sure to use the comment section of this page if you got any questions!