Monthly Income Report – March 2019

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We left our family and friends again in Los Angeles and hit the road again this month. We spent some time recovering from all the outings but it didn’t last long. We met up with our other friends and YouTubers, at RVX in Salt Lake City and were go go go! filming all the new RV technology and products on display there.

After saying our goodbyes to our friends again, we head immediately to a Grand Design Rally in Las Vegas! The fun never ends at a rally so we were exhausted when it came to a close. After months of what felt like back to back social gatherings we were looking forward to so much needed solitude in our Grand Design Solitude.

All the socializing is amazing but it doesn’t promote good work habits. We will try and get back on the productivity bandwagon next month!

Total March Revenue


This is a round-up of all income earned from our travel brand. This includes our blog, YouTube channel, product sales, and social media accounts.

Youtube Ad Revenue


Sponsorship Revenue


Amazon Affiliate Revenue


Other Affiliate Revenue


Product Revenue

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  • Blog Articles Published: 4
  • Blog Pageviews: 16,038
  • Mailing List Subscriber Growth: 6.79%
  • E-mails Delivered: 0
  • E-mails Opened: 0
  • E-mails Clicked: 0
  • Subscriber Growth Rate: 11.74%
  • Videos Published: 6
  • Click-through rate: 3.30%
  • Impressions: 2,360,448
  • Views: 77,192
  • Watch Time: 604,586
  • Posts: 171
  • Follower Growth Rate: 8.43%
  • Engagement Rate: 0.07%
  • Posts: 5
  • Stories: 83
  • Follower Growth Rate: 2.99%
  • Engagement Rate: 5.78%
  • Posts: 0
  • Follower Growth Rate: 3.18%
  • Engagement Rate: 0.00%
  • Pins: 16
  • Engagement Rate: 23.00%
  • Follower Growth Rate: 8.31%

  • Ordered Product Sales: $36.45
  • Units Ordered: 4

Did you know...

Before selling travel products on, we sold a product on our own website and on via Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA). In 2018, we grossed just under $100,000 all from one product we created and sold on Amazon FBA.

Since we hit the road though, we have moved more and more of our time and effort into content creation and away from our product. The product just doesn’t fit our travel brand and isn’t where we wanted our future to go since it requires a little too much logistics to receive our product from our manufacturer.

The great news is that there is still a way to make money on Amazon FBA that doesn’t require the complex logistics of creating your own product!

It’s called Retail Arbitrage and can easily be done in any RV, no matter the size. It can be broken down into the following steps.


Buy Local Product

Amazon prices can be higher than local prices. Check the price of local items against their price on Amazon. Start with the clearance section.


Ship to Amazon

Package the product to Amazon’s specifications and send to the local fulfillment center. Set your sales price on Amazon.



Amazon will show your product as “Prime” and ship it 2-day to your customer. Once your product sells, they will deposit the money into your account.

While the concept is simple, there are many nuances and techniques to make sure that you make the most money that you can on every purchase. You need to know how to identify a fast selling product or one that might be temporarily selling for more on Amazon but could drop its price in a few days.

Learn Retail Arbitrage via Amazon FBA

If you are interested in learning more about Retail Arbitrage, we recommend the Selling Family’s free 7-day e-mail course on everything you need to sell on Amazon.

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