Now that summer is over (not officially, but the Labor Day weekend is the unofficial end to summer), it’s time to get back to the grind.
I had a pretty relaxing summer, as this was the first year in many that I didn’t go on a big trip. I took many day trips and the odd overnighter to the lake, but pretty much stayed around home for the most part.
Now that fall is upon us, this is when I get the real work done. I’ve set up a list of projects that will be occupying my time over the next few months and they include spending more time on affiliate marketing.
I haven’t touched eBay in several months as far as selling goes. I’ve made many posts here over the years on how successful eBay has been for me in the past, and now it’s time to get back into the action. Because eBay no longer allows the sale of digital items, I’ve been working on a series of website businesses to sell on CD, which include all the files, graphics, text, etc. The auctions will pretty much run the same as before, but instead of digital delivery, I’ll have to physically ship a CD — which isn’t that big of a deal. I’ve already started digging into my archives and pulling up some of the bigger sites I’ve sold in the past and are currently in the process of tweaking them and updating the code to today’s web standards, which include some fancy schmancy SEO-like upgrades.
So here’s to the start of a new season, which I’m banking on to be lucrative and successful. I’ll keep you updated along the way, both here and on Twitter (follow @ChrisJacobson).
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