Finally I have bought a domain name and hosting account with my earnings from HP. I have decided to start a wordpress blog there. It will basically be my ideas, tips and tricks on working from home. However, finding time to populate the site will be a problem for me due to time constraints. Although I have a few articles ready, at best it may be sporadic postings only. I am thinking about outsourcing. Or if any hubbers are willing to contribute (irony here - it is supposed to be my tips! right?) you will be getting the benefit of links to your site, profile and/or hubs. I market well, so you will have ample exposure to your articles. Seeking you feedback on this.
First of all congratulations on your decision. I wish you all the best with it.
I just might be interested in contributing articles to your new site. My articles on HubPages are mostly travel related but I have experience in other areas of business including working from home. Shall I email you?
Does this have any connection with the request for content by InfoBucket, whose avatar would seem to be a photo of the same actress?
No paraglider, Sunseven is one of the senior hubber and i am only a beginner here. And the avatar, it is one of the famous actress named Hansika Motwani here in India. Me and SunSeven even dont know each other..................... Just co-incidence.
aND @SUNsEVEN, WHAT ABOUT THE TOPIC OF YOUR WEBSITE???
Congratulations! (Wordpress rocks!) Way to reinvest those earnings in your online business.
As for the sporadic postings, definitely do not let that hold you back from starting. The most important thing is to get it up and running so that your blog can start "aging" in Google. You can always tweak the dates later to make it look less sporadic, or even remove dates completely from your posts. Get up whatever you can as soon as possible and let Google find it so that you can start getting traffic. Good luck, and congrats again.
I'm in! I have several articles with tips for freelancing online. Tell me what to do.
I would happily contribute a male point of view on occasion. Mind you, I have other websites I have to give priority to but knowing how hard it is to keep up your own website--since I have one of my own right now--I would gladly contribute on occasion to add some variety.
I'm sorry about it taking so long to earn the money here though . . .
I don't know why some people make it sound like HP is a "get rich quick" kinda place!
I can do male viewpoint pieces, music features and editorials without much notice since I have some stockpiled online.
(I lost my two MAIN files of material but I DO still have access to some material stored online.)
Good Luck with it. Hope you'll post the link on your profile so we can visit.
Congratulations SunSeven, having your own domain is a big step.
I was confused by Info Bucket's avatar as well - all you guys and your Indian actresses!
I bought a domain a few years back but don't know how to make it into a website. LOL. So I own it. Someday...
Good Luck sun7 and let us know the link so we can visit you...
Man, I thought I was seeing double when it came to SunSeven and InfoBucket's avatars, but I couldn't quite place it.
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