My December 2015 weekly income report contains detailed daily metrics of my progress as a freelance WordPress developer for Codeable.
This is a closer look the same data found within my monthly income report for December 2015. To drill this data down even further, into a day-by-day breakdown, you can click here to see my daily income report. Or, maybe you’d find it more interesting to learn why I publish these income reports in the first place?
|Week||Opened Projects||Opened Revenue||Closed Projects||Closed Revenue|
December was my second worst month financially (closed revenue) with a less-than-steady workload due to the holidays. Overall the projects in December were larger than all previous months as I opened the fewest new projects yet the revenue from these new projects was the 3rd highest. My total opened projects decreased by 52% from November from 79 to 38, while revenue decreased by 44% from $13,453.75 to $7,559.49.
|Month||Opened Projects||Opened Revenue||Closed Projects||Closed Revenue|
On these charts, opened projects refers to clients who have hired me to work on their projects while opened revenue represents the deposits they’ve placed for their work to be completed. Clients on Codeable deposit 100% of their project costs up front which is then placed into escrow until they mark the project as complete. Completed projects are showcased in my graphs as closed projects and closed revenue.
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