Jim Guinn wrote:Daron...I have to tell you, when you first started posting about your blog/potential online business, it looked rather interesting, and I was thinking of signing up for your information to see what you have to offer. However, you have made a number of additional posts about your blog/potential business that really don't bring much new to the table on this forum and are starting to feel rather spammy... like you are making these posts to push your new website and the "Cheat Sheet" you offer on your site. Someone even mentioned to you in your thread yesterday (about web site optimization) of your site feeling somewhat spammy in that it pushes your "Get Your Cheat Sheet", but now your posts are starting to feel this way to me. (Perhaps others???) I'm not here to jump all over you, and I can relate to your enthusiasm of having a new website, but you need to tone it down a bit. JMO. I know I may make no friends with this post, but if you have something to offer on your website, you don't need to push your website on Permies every day. Just make real quality posts of value, and folks will migrate to your site. What you are doing is a common mistake for new website owners...mentioning your site at every opportunity....but it can have a very negative boomerang effect. Take it from someone who learned the hard way and has had a website that is now 12 years old.
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