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Q2 2023 Financial Statistics

Ever wonder how much money a custom keyboard store side business run by a guy based out of Sydney makes? I’ll summarise this whole blog with this gif. If you want to learn more, this blog will talk about how much I’ve made running my store for the 2nd quarter of 2023. I share these every quarter because I find this side of things fascinating and hopefully you do also. This is the second quarter that I have actual profit percentages I can show. Let’s go and give it a geez then! Total Sales For the second quarter of this year, I sold a just over $39,000 in goods (note: this includes the shipping, taxes and refunds of orders removed)....

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Q1 2023 Financial Statistics

Ever wonder how much money a custom keyboard store based out of Sydney makes? No? Well this blog will talk about how much I’ve made running my custom keyboard store this quarter. I share these every quarter because I find this side of things fascinating and hopefully you do also. This is the first quarter that I have actual profit percentages I can show. Total Sales For the first quarter of this year, I sold a just over $31,500 in goods (note: this includes the shipping, taxes and refunds of orders removed). Comparing this to my figure from the first quarter of 2022, I’ve had an increase in sales. Overall, this is a good sign of growth over the year....

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2022 (+Q4) Financial Statistics

Earlier this year I posted a blog on my analytics for each quarter of operating as a business. Here is the final quarter and an overall wrap up of the year. If you wanted to check out the previous blog it’s available here. Unfortunately I only turned on my profit calculations in 2023 so for future blogs, that will show and I’ll show a sneak peak of what that’d look like below. Total Sales For the fourth quarter of this year, I sold a just over $18,000 in goods (note: this includes the shipping, taxes and refunds of orders removed). Comparing this to my last blog, it looks like I’ve had quite a decrease in sales which makes sense because...

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