Analytics

YouTube Statistics

Month Views Minutes Watched Subs Gained Ad Money YouTube Red Total $$
2017
March 108 3,120 7 $0.19 $0.00 $0.19
April 785 18,319 63 $0.01 $0.42 $0.43
May 2,933 74,512 72 $0.00 $3.29 $3.29
June 34,623 846,865 1,364 $36.96 $26.69 $63.65
July 55,454 1,432,891 1,786 $59.72 $53.38 $113.14
August 100,506 2,324,569 1,989 $131.69 $103.29 $235.06
September 79,594 2,481,609 1,285 $144.62 $112.21 $256.83
October 114,450 3,413,932 2,735 $218.94 $153.12 $372.06
November 79,332 2,480,268 1,477 $155.36 $133.17 $288.53
December 73,612 2,185,404 1,410 $169.67 $117.40 $287.08
2018
January 76,256 2,122,085 1,255 $101.53 $110.28 $211.81
February 73,177 2,172,982 1,120 $105.16 $144.61 $249.77
March 108,899 2,939,204 1,155 $211.30 $201.35 $412.65
Total* 813,398 22,939,496 16,045 $1,337.99 $1,185.25 $2,523.23

Twitch Statistics

Month Average Viewers Followers Gained Subscribers Gained Donations/Bits Subscriber Revenue Total $$
2018
February** 10 269 3 $3.00 $7.48 $10.48
March 8 28 3 $2.03 $14.97 $17.00
Total n/a 297 6 $5.03 $22.45 $27.48

*The revenue totals don’t add up correctly, but these are the numbers YouTube gives me. Presumably just rounding issues or weirdness around estimated ad revenue.

** February’s numbers include followers gained from 2017 when I first started Twitch streaming.

The website is ad free, so there is no revenue from that.