November felt busier than the numbers suggest but I’m also finding that product-based businesses don’t just take more money and space (for inventory). They also take a lot more time. Unlike writing an article – granted there’s research, writing, and editing time – product-based businesses need time for making the product, promoting the product, and packing/shipping. Content creation just isn’t the same, in terms of time, at all. And yet, I love it, and I can’t wait to do more of it. Kayla Lords, Sex Writer My freelance work is picking up in a manageable way. Inquiries have slowed down...
Tagged: Smutlancer revenue
October was a busy month in many ways. A lot going on in my personal life, some big decisions being made, new projects starting (that aren’t related to sex or kink), and a definite increase in our revenue. Overall, it was a good month, and while I might be impatient to get back to previous income levels, I won’t complain about what was accomplished this month, either. Take a look. Kayla Lords, Sex Writer My freelance work is picking up in a manageable way. I’m receiving more inquiries but am also being very picky about what I agree to do....
Income goes up, income goes down. The roller coaster can be stressful, but it can also present new opportunities and paths. With a serious dip in Smutlancer income, Kayla may need a slightly altered path to bring her income back up. Check out this month’s revenue report to learn more.
Kayla breaks down her revenue streams as a smutlancer for the month of April to show how she earns money creating content about sex. The goal is to balance out the different streams so that a loss in one doesn’t have such a big impact on her bottom line. This is how that went this month.
Having multiple revenue streams is a “best practice” when you work for yourself, so you’re not overly reliant on income from a single source. In the monthly review, Kayla takes a look at her streams of revenue as they change and (hopefully) grow over time — to see if the streams can become more balanced. Check out the March 2021 report.
The income/expenses report from the past few years has been important information to share, but it’s a bit boring to share the same list of numbers over and over again. Since I (Kayla) am focusing on revenue streams more than income, I’m switching things up and only focusing on those numbers in the updated monthly revenue report.