Success Defined

Last Update: September 05, 2017

My progress here at WA has exceeded my expectations by a long shot. I was not sure I could build my own website because of my experience or lack thereof. But I was/am determined to make this work and have invested a lot of my time and myself into its creation.

Despite not having any monetary success, there is one thing that I found that had been missing in my life for a long time, and that is a sense of accomplishment. I cant tell you how long its been since I've been able to walk away from something saying "I made that," with my heart full of pride and a sense of well-being. It doesn't pay the bills but it is priceless nonetheless.

The name of my website is LED Grow Lights for Marijuana and don't let the name fool you, the LED lighting is for all indoor plants. The site name ranked well in Jaaxy so I went with it.

I know the market for LED grow lighting is growing rapidly and it is my goal to become successful from that but I'd also like to inform as many people as possible as to the benefits of LED lighting and the best methods and means of using them. I don't want people to make the same mistakes I did because they would be out a small fortune and a lot of heartache.

The main lesson I have learned thus far is that building successful website does not happen overnight. There is a lot of work, learning and imagination that goes into its construction but let me tell you, it is well worth it!


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Stevo55 Premium
Hey Karlito, great post! I know what you mean, seeing a website you built yourself is a total rush! It's a work of art! And no, I haven't made enough to buy a chicken fried steak dinner at IHOP yet, but people are beginning to visit it! I'm addicted to this thing, can't get my head out of the computer, and it isn't letting go! Keep at it, we'll both be successful and look back and LAUGH!!!

Steve
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Karlito76 Premium
Thank you Steve, I am glued to my phone and computer as well, I'm praying it all pays off. Addicting is the word too, I am becoming even more so as time passes and traffic flows. Great luck to you and thank you!

Karl
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