About Paul Dean
Joined July 2013
I'm Paul Dean, a middle-aged, middle-income, middle-class writer living in the South Cotswolds in SW England.

I've run a copywriting, marketing and web design business since the end of 2008 (http://crimsonleaf.co.uk) writing principally for websites, writing new content, original content, blogs and marketing collateral. I used to design WordPress websites too, but I've recently made the decision to recommend FREE (and some paid for) WordPress themes as often I'll end up designing something which already exists. The free website offering here is a perfect tool for me to recommend to some clients who would rather do some of the work themselves.

After six days of Starter Membership I upgraded to Premium. I'm married and have been with the same wife since 1971 (school sweethearts) and I have two adult offspring and a 20 month-old grandson whom I adore.
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Kyle Premium
Just thought I would check in and see how things are going with you! I hope all is well and you are enjoying yourself here within the community.

I hope you are enjoying the training and making some wonderful progress! Please do touch base with me if you ever need a hand with anything or are feeling stuck, I am here to help Paul. :)
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Paul Dean Premium
Yep, I'm getting stuck in, making a nuisance of myself. Loving it here but trying to work out how I might use a couple of my own sites for the best. I have two copywriting sites (one of which I'll lose) and a Christian copywriting site for that market specifically. When I've paid my premium membership I'll show you! Cheers Kyle.
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Kyle Premium
Sounds good Paul, sometimes it is better to start fresh with something new (it can be reinvigorating to start this way)....and then head back and make the changes to your existing websites that you think will benefit them based on your new experience.

Up to you though and if you do need any help along the way, please let me know and I will be more than happy to help you out.
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jghwebbrand Premium
Hi Paul! Welcome to WA. I think you will find that WA offers a lot for beginners. Take all the courses and learn how to become proficient in writing excellent content. If you follow everything you learn here, you will become successful.

Best wishes! George
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Goofy Ryan Premium
Welcome Paul. This seems like perhaps a good place to find continuous writing opportunities. Good luck. Hope to work with you.
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Al 5X Premium
Hi Paul, welcome to Wealthy Affiliate the community that gives you all you need to develop and establish yourself in the lucrative affiliate marketing industry. Good luck!
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Carson Premium
Welcome to Wealthy Affiliate!

I hope that you are enjoying your first day here within the community and have had a chance to poke around and see what we have to offer. As you get started I'd like to suggest working through the "Online Entrepreneur Certification - Getting Started (Level 1)" course as it will give you a very solid understanding of how Internet marketing works and how you can leverage the Internet to earn revenue.

This training is on your Dashboard and can be found in the main menu:
https://my.wealthyaffiliate.com/training/online-entrepreneur-certification-getting-started-level-1

I am here to help at each step of the way so please do not hesitate to ask for anything :)

Carson
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Paul Dean Premium
Thanks Carson. Doing it now.
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Paul Dean Premium
Carson, as you appear to be online, my user name has been taken from my password, and is hanging out for all to see. Can I amend my profile details or can someone fix it, do you know?
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Carson Premium
Hi Paul. You can update your Wealthy Affiliate password at anytime from your Account Settings here: https://my.wealthyaffiliate.com/home/my_profile

Changing your password is a good idea.. Make it something that you will remember, but where it is not easy to guess.

One technique for creating websites is to use a phrase that you remember.

Something like "ijustlovethesummertime"

easy to remember phrase... and nearly impossible to hack or break into due to the length being over 12 characters.

Carson
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