Hey, everybody.  Today I’m back with Part 2 of my Work From No Home case study.  When we last left off, I told you that I still hadn’t figured out what niche market I wanted to go into.  After a lot of thinking, I’ve decided that I want to go into the dating niche.  With that said, I haven’t yet made a decision on what product I want to promote.  Although I did find some stuff that was totally unrelated to my niche that was trending (Monster University in case anyone wants it).

By the time I was done with the last section, I also had some questions and e-mailed support on Sunday evening.  I got a respond back in less than a day (good to  know that works), but the staff member had to forward to e-mail to Peng and his team as I had some very specific questions.  Once I get a response back from that, I’ll have a better idea of what direction to go in.  My time hasn’t been a total waste as I did take note of some trends and got ideas for projects I’ll be making use of later in the year.  The next time we speak, I will have resolved my issues and would have set up my site.

After you get done finding a hot trend, “the basics” module is next.  This is where you learn to get domain, hosting, and set up your site.  This stuff isn’t hard (was able to do it on my first try the first time I set up a blog on my own domain) and won’t take you long as all.  I’m personally looking forword to getting over this hump, so that I can move on to content creation and stuff.  Content equals traffic, and traffic equals money.  Don’t forget that you can get Work From No Home yourself and join in on the fun anytime.

Yours in online success…

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