April 1st, 2013 by chris
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Other Web Hosting Plans:
HostGator has a really good deal too and it’s always good to compare, so take a look at HostGator.com to see the new 20% off offer you can take advantage of today. Take a look.
Another Web Host I Use:
Midphase has hosted this blog for four years and I have never had a problem with them. When I have had any kind of issue, Midphase’s reps took care of it immediately and all I had to do was use the chat function on their website to rectify whatever the situation was. On one account, you can host multiple sites with no problem. They are also extremely affordable. I think the highest plans costs $10 a month and you don’t even need the highest plan. This is why I’ve been with them for five years — plain and simple!
See current deals at MidPhase.com
March 23rd, 2013 by chris
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One of the things we do here are Gainfully Unemployed is help you find the best web hosting deals available. We tend to add updates on this theme about once a month, sometimes more, sometimes less. One of the better deals going on right now in the web hosting business is from JustHost.com.
Right now, you can get unlimited website hosting for only $3.25 per month from JustHost, a website hosting company that’s been around for a long time and hosts thousands of websites. With this special offer, you get Free domain registration (savings of $11), instant setup, and no hidden fees. See all details at JustHost.com.
The second deal on our radar is for iPage web hosting. For only $1.99, you can get unlimited website hosting from iPage. The unlimited plan means you can host as many sites as you want to and as many domains as you want to. See all details at iPage.com.
GoDaddy has a special offer running right now too. See all the details at Godaddy.com.
*Any sales made through a link in this post might result in a commission for me. This isn’t why I do it and it has no influence on which plans I recommend. Since all web hosts offer commissions, I have no bias one way or the other. I just want you all to save money and get a good hosting plan like I did. I’ve been lucky to have good experiences with companies like the ones I mention in this post.
February 20th, 2013 by chris
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This is meant to be a really short post with three short reasons your niche website is making no money. I’ve built a few sites based around tightly defined niches — some successful, some not. By comparing my successes with my failures, I think I am in a good position to offer up some lessons I have learned in the niche marketing game.
Three Reasons You’re Niche Site Makes No Money
1) You don’t care about the products associated with the niche or people interested in the niche. In comparing two successful sites I’ve created and that generate income against two unsuccessful sites that don’t generate income, it’s clear to me that you need to at least sort of like the niche you are building the website around. If you like the niche, you will spend more time working on the site. Try to find a niche that you don’t despise.
2) Sales in your niche don’t pay well. If you’re working your tail off to sell a product that generates a $10 commission for you, then you need to sell a lot of this product to make any money. Sure, it will probably be difficult in the beginning to sell products that generate higher commissions, but in the long run, it may be a better idea to promote higher cost products. Why work your butt off for small commissions? Selling anything is difficult. Seeing one big commission will encourage you to work even harder.
3) You don’t genuinely recommend the products you are, um, recommending. This is probably the biggest hurdle to having a successful niche website. If you are only thinking about the money at the end of the road, you probably won’t get too far. I don’t mean that it is bad to be thinking about profit at every step of the process of creating a niche site — I mean, why else would we make niche sites? — I just mean that it will be a whole lot easier to make money in a niche with products you can genuinely recommend. Make things easier on yourself.
*I want you to feel like this when you’re working on your niche websites.