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Last updated on August 10th, 2017 at 12:47 pm
Latest financial news from Webdiary:
Income in 2006 to the end of March was $13541.86, of which donations were $8066, and ads were the remaining $5745.86 (the odd dollars and cents come from Google Adsense, from which we continue to get an income of around $175 per month at present).
Expenditure in 2006 to the end of March was $11,904.21.
And the latest traffic figures:
The audited SiteCensus analyses show that between 500 and 1500 people visit the site on each weekday, and between 300 and 500 on each weekend day … In total there were 10,300 unique visitors to the site in March.
These spectacular idiots, who would presume to lecture the government on economic policies, have spent eleven grand running a blog that so far this year has lured a daily audience of between 300 and 1500 people. Extrapolate those numbers: they’ll blow $47,616 over 2006 for a profit of just $6548, writing for nobody. Doesn’t look like founder Margo Kingston is ever going to see much return on her $42,000 loan. Speaking of Margo, Webdiary has an update on her recent comeback speech:
She found that a difficult experience, which did her health no good, and has cancelled all other public engagements.
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