Stats & Income Report February 2014

Welcome in the next report in 2014! I hope you did well last month and now you are ready to read and review our stats. Have fun 🙂

What's new

February was a miserable month in terms of income, but we got very nice bump in stats. In February we had a nice giveaway sponsored by Tesla Themes - thanks again guys! Besides that all I decided to stop publishing any income details, I hope you'll understand.

Traffic and Metrics

Wonderful boost up to 223 visits on average day, which is 20% more than last month! THANK YOU!

Check out the charts from Google Analytics.

Overall traffic for February :


Other metrics:

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  • Posts: 10 (-2)
  • Site Visitors: 6263 (+439)
  • Page Views: 9714 (+322)
  • Search Engine Visits: 5201 (+280)
  • Alexa Rank: 147,774 (-6,117)
  • Google +1: 137 (+2)
  • Twitter Followers: 176 (+11)
  • Facebook Fans: 139 (+19)
  • Reader Comments: 5 (-7)
  • Newsletter Subscribers: 152 (+43)

Affiliate Income

We decided to not publish income anymore.



  • DigitalOcean VPS: $5,00

Goals for next month:

I'd like to increase visitors engagement and get more followers on social networks.

As every month, thanks to all members from Rise Forums for great support. I spend more and more time there - all of you should at least check it.

I hope you have enjoyed this month’s report. If so, I encourage you to check out the income report of my friend Kevin Muldoon

How has your website done this month? Let us know in the comments …

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About Kris Hoja

Hi! I'm Kris. For a while I was blogging about WordPress, now I'm owner of HogStudio - Creative Agency focused on website development.
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  1. Hi Kris,
    Quick question - Is it easy for you host multiple websites on a single DigitalOcean VPS droplet?
    I find it a bit daunting...

    • I host single site on single droplet, just for security (one droplet down = one site down, not all). But it can be easily managed by using separate server blocks (nginx). There is even a tutorial on DigitalOcean support sites for this task. But I don't recommend this. Keep your important site on single one 🙂

  2. What are your top traffic sources?

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