Good News/Bad News
I HAD MY FIRST POSTING ON MY FORUM TODAY!!! But, at What cost? I've been struggling with this the last few days as traffic starts to trickle in on my website, http://mylifepoststroke.com . As you can see, my niche and website deal with surviving and coping with suffering a stroke, having suffered one myself. Sometimes, I feel like one of those hospital chasing lawyers who drum up business by following the unfortunate person who has suffered a personal tragedy.
I've looked at that first post and noticed it looked like a paper from high school which was corrected by a teacher, with highlighted and underlined words compliments of infolinks It makes the post/page look tacky and I'm going to remove from that page right after I'm finished here. I am going to write an article about this issue, but I figure I'll test-drive it here first. Is it unethical to market this niche? I realize doctors get paid to help someone who have suffered an unfortunate illness or injury. I'm not exactly comparing myself to an important or specialized profession like being a doctor or anything like that but I'm feeling guilty nonetheless. I've even gone as far as to create a second site, http://iamdisabledneedmoney.siterubix.com to steer disabled people who have difficulty finding work, to a new path(WA). On second thought, That's not much different, is it? I am providing a service to people who need it, or am I only trying to justify what I am doing?