I keep getting people asking me about what the revenue for Super Simple through OpenCandy is. Well, here’s the information to date!
I can only report on the results that I’ve seen, so here are some initial results for the first 10 days of the release of Photo Resizer at Super Simple (the marked dates include days prior to the release):
Installations by country:
Revenue by country:
Accepted offers by country:
So, this table puts that all in perspective:
|Country||Install Count||Accepted Offer Count||Revenue||Rev/Install||Rev/Offer|
|Korea, Republic of||33||9||$0.05||$0.0015||$0.0056|
|Taiwan, Province of China||20||5|
So US installs are about $0.50 each, which isn’t too bad. However, the offer acceptance rate is only 6 in 28, or 21%, but it is still the most valuable market by far, accounting for 61% of revenue.
That’s a very small set though, and the product hasn’t even been public for 2 weeks. I have a lot more work to do on the site and getting it known out there. Like I’ve said in previous posts, this is ground zero. It will take time to build the reputation of the site with more software titles and with more people knowing about it. That will accelerate over time, but the initial period has very little momentum. Momentum takes time to build.
Anyways, that is a little bit of information.