My Monthly Income & Expenditure Report – December 2011

My Monthly Income & Expenditure Report – December 2011

I spent the beginning of the New Year speeding around Epcot Center’s Test Track ride whilst fireworks went off in the background. Needless to say, it was pretty exhilarating, and great fun. I am hoping that my introduction to the New Year will seem fitting when reflected upon come December 31st 2012. I have very high […]

Let’s Make 2012 A Game Changer (My Plans For The Coming Year)

2012 Is A Game Changer

Hello all! I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas, and more importantly, a great 2011. Now is typically the time at which you look back on your year and give some thought as to how things went. Did you exceed your expectations, or fail? Did you even have expectations, or were you just floating […]

8 Ways To Survive Your Day Job (Whilst You Need To)

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This is a guest post by Bon the Math Mom. You might have been very excited to read Tom’s recent article on Why You Can Quit Your Job Today. I was. Until I realized I had no safety net, and a husband and child at home who depend on my rather substantial day-job income. Like […]

I’m Going To Disney World!

I'm Going To Disney World!

So it’s terrible timing really. December 2011 – my last month of employment. A bright new future beckons in 2012…and I am going on holiday. Until January 11th. That’s right – I will officially be unemployed as of 31st December, and my first 11 days of self-employment and entrepreneurship will be spent on holiday. What […]

3 Reasons Why Targeting Multiple Low Competition Keywords Is Good For Beginners

3 Reasons Why Targeting Multiple Low Competition Keywords Is Good For Beginners

Today’s post contains a lesson that I wish I had known when I started building niche sites. If you are just starting out, you should target multiple low competition (and invariably low traffic) keywords. But why? 1. Learning Curve In my opinion, niche site building is more of an art than a science. We can […]