My Progress Thus Far 2
Something happened to my previous blog so I am having to rewrite it.
One of the things relating to building a website I have learned in my year at WA is it takes a lot of work and subsequently time to become successful.
Success for some is measured in monetary terms alone, however for me it is also about recognition by your peers within WA as well as comments by visitors to my website of which at this stage there has been very few.
It has been, and still is an enjoyable experience. I have had my ups and downs, but every time I write another blog I get a boost of enthusiasm and realise why I enjoy doing this. Getting recognition, whether monetary or comments, will be the icing on the cake.
The internet has always intrigued me ever since I got my first email address at work way back in the early 1990's and since I retired 2 years ago I decided to look into it a bit further as I was supposed to have more time on my hands, and I think when one finishes work one should keep the old grey matter ticking over. Since I discovered WA and straight away could see the great training available I was hooked. The community support is fantastic as well.
If there is anything I would have done differently it would be to have waited a bit longer before deciding on the niche I chose, although I still think it is a valid one, but after watching Jays 5 part training videos I possibly should have spent more time on finding a niche. Very interesting the process he went through.
I would appreciate any comments on my website <www.eldergolfer.com> if you can spend the time.