December 2016 Angular on Rails income report

In December I made $428.50. Here’s the full financial history over the months:

– August: $868
– September: $1053
– October: $1580
– November: $871
– December: $428.50

Like in November, I didn’t do much in December to try to make Angular on Rails make money. Instead I spent some time fixing some foundational issues to prepare for long-term success. Now that I know Angular on Rails is something that can make money, it’s no longer premature for me to invest serious time into things like making the site look good.

By the way, you might wonder why December’s figure is so oddly precise compared to the other months. That’s because my new payment plugin allows me to charge percentage discounts, not just dollar amount discounts.

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