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ShoutMeLoud June 2017 Income & Traffic Report – Russia T…

Howdy Shouter,

After great demand, I’m back with another monthly income report.

This income report is part of our transparent work culture where we share everything we learn so that users like you can also learn to become your boss. If you want to read my ideology behind publishing an income report, you should read this article, and you can also browse all past income reports here.

The last few months have been a rollercoaster for me as many things have been happening. In the month of June, I had to travel to two different countries for work: Turkey & Russia.

These trips were unexpected but added a lot of value to my personal growth. I have written about the Turkey trip here, and I will be publishing about the Russia trip on my personal journal/blog later this week.

We are now in the middle of 2017. So here’s a question:

  • Harsh, what are some of your highlights for the first half of 2017?

Well, to be honest, it has been slow and not as productive as I wanted it to be. If you remember, I told you about the house I purchased 2 years back with my blogging income. Well, I thought building a house would be like hiring and paying someone to do some things. Unfortunately, that was not the case.

I finally started furnishing and designing the interior in January. It took around six months to complete everything, and right now, I’m blogging from my new house.

I have kept myself completely free of any obligations and engagements during the month of July & August so that I could cover up for lost time. You can expect some high-quality stuff from ShoutMeLoud in the coming days.

This month (July) started with a bang, as I was in Russia to attend the WNSM17 event hosted by SEMrush.

Here are a few pictures from the event:


All experts in one frame

You can see the complete album here.

While on the way to Russia on 29th June, I recorded this video for a blogging event in Guwahati, India. This event/workshop was organized by a group of young bloggers to encourage and teach blogging in their localities: