This is part 6 of a series of articles. If you missed the previous articles, you should start at the beginning.
At this point, I had a pure gold SEO tactic. I used this to make some quick cash and promote various side projects that I eventually sold off. That was all well and good, but I thought it was time to try a slightly more bold moneymaking approach.
This is part 4 of a series of articles. If you missed the previous articles, you should start at the beginning.
In the last article, I wrote about how I got into search engine optimization (SEO) and then had my first success ($$$) followed by my first failure (getting banned from Google). Subsequently, after recovering from that failure (getting back in Google's good graces), I began a more cautious SEO strategy. Instead of promoting random spammy websites, I created my own legitimate websites and used SEO to gain footholds in different markets. Imagining myself running an empire of websites, I decided to call my entire web development business Avatic.
This is part 3 of a series of articles. If you missed the previous articles, you should start at the beginning.
Last time, I wrote about my first failed attempt to make money, and my second somewhat successful attempt to make money. Even though it may sound fancy because it's on the Internet, all of that stuff was very honest, traditional business. Either selling a product for money, or selling a service for money.
But as we've all learned in recent years, only suckers try to make money that way (see: Wall Street). The real money is a level removed from honest business.