My Christmas Gift: 3 NEW Leads!
Hello to all My Beloved Family Members of WA,
It's been well over a year since I've posted my last blog (I think much longer actually) and since then I've secured myself in a very high-paying niche (gold and precious metals individual retirement accounts), and what I basically do is sell precious metals IRA's to very rich, elderly and retired people. The minimum investment amount is $10k, with the average investment being around $100k, and the commission is 3%. What that means for me is that it's worth investing a ton of my own time and money to this endeavor.
So what has been going on and why have I been so quiet in WA? Well, I've been using as many of the WA features as I can to make my website run smoothly. I've used the SiteHelp guys who have always been very helpful and recently I've also bought a ton of credits to boost up my website rankings through comments (it really does work). One thing I DON'T ever do is write my own articles. "What?!" You may say, "then how does your website have so many pages and posts on it?!"
Well, it is precisely because I don't ever write my own articles, that I do have the time to edit them after I order a bunch of them from my own writer, schedule them to be posted up at specific times, and to work on all the other aspects of marketing. My system works for me in that I've ordered all my pages and posts from my own trusted writer and not only does he write the articles on my website, I've also assiged his pen name to the articles on my website so that he can reply back to all the comments that I've ordered via WA as well. Yes, so far, I have spent a significant aount of time and money into this project, but the 3 leads that I've generated over the Christmas Eve weekend has made me convinced that it will be all worth it in the end.
No commission as of yet! But I haven't given up hope. I'm faithfully hoping the Lord has humongous barnyards of blessings for me in 2019, but as for myself I only trust Him and His guidance with the plan to continue to keep my focus and not lose that hope in his beloved promises in both Heaven above and on the Earth below, which is His footstool, where I dwell with Him in Spirit.
One thing I just wanted to go over is the recent Wordpress 5.0 update. As I was expecting when I first saw the new "blocks" system, everybody else hated it as well. However, after giving it a little bit of time and practice, I realized that it is indeed better to work with than the "Classic" way. Here are a few tidbits that I thought I can share with you.
1) Images: When converting your images from "Classic" to "Blocks" you'll find that your images take up one entire block but wil remain the same size that it was when you first obtained it (usually smaller). Click and drag the images and make sure that the images fit the size in your article.
2) Lists: I think there may be a ton of complaints that when you copy and paste a list or perhaps when you convert a few paragraphs to a list format, there are a few "bullet points" that are left hanging even when it seems you took care of the problem as after you schedule or post your article, the leftover bullets are STILL there - there is ONE way to fix this - put the bullet lists BACK into a paragraph format, THEN, delete all the blocks in between so that all the paragraphs are fit in together, AND THEN, put them back into list format - then you will see that there are no bullets left hanging in between, or before or after in the list - this will work in just about EVERY circumstance
3) Linking Problems: Sometimes you will highlight a certain part and the link just goes somewhere WAY off the highlighted part. DON'T try to repeat the same highlighting and linking technique at that point, but click on another block (I usually click on the above paragraph), and then come back to it and start the linking process over again.
That's it for now! I'm always thankful for my WA Family and may the Lamb of God, who's birthday we celebrate on this day, bless you all greatly and abundantly and may all your hard work bear much good fruit.