My first $2,000 month at CodeCanyon

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Exciting news! Last month was the first month I reached $2,000 selling software over at CodeCanyon! Yeah! $2,008.38 to be exactly! Slowly, but steady, I’m moving towards that $3,000 per month (semi) passive income goal. It’s been six months now since I started experimenting with selling items on CodeCanyon and I’m confident that, before the year is over, I will reach my goal of generating $3,000 from my Envato account and will be able to give up (most of the) contracting and consulting work, yeah!

My latest addition, HTML Builder, has been for sale about a month and half now and so far has generated $1,684. Considering this product is actually part of a bigger product I’m building (more about this later),  I’m quite happy with extra money this little item is bringing in! Of the 138 sales, about 7 or 8 are extended licenses and at least four of these were purchased by Themeforest authors who are bundling the script with their HTML template. I can’t wait to see the Builder script appear on Themeforest! With a little bit of luck, this will increase the popularity of the script and boast sales. Let’s see…

I’m super excited about the next project I’m currently working on! I can’t reveal too much yet at this point, but I can say that the Builder script will play a big role. For the past couple of years, I’ve come to realise that static HTML sites deserve a more prominent spot in today’s web landscape. Putting up simple 5 page brochure sites shouldn’t require WordPress or Drupal. It’s like killing a mosquito with a baseball bat; it works, but it’s hardly the right tool for the job! This is the essence of what our next application will achieve, allowing users to simply put together beautiful static HTML sites!

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Matt Naus

I have been building web applications and other digital products for more then a decade. Currently on an exciting journey discovering the ins and outs of content marketing while growing my newest business. Dedicated to helping digital agencies and entrepreneurs around the world succeed!

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