I’m going to have to drop FilmReviewer for good, I’m afraid. It’s just not performing in terms of generating anything on Google Ads, and I can’t afford to spend time on things that don’t produce. I’m keeping the Examiner and Suite101, but I’m definitely going to be trying to expand more into one-on-one client relationships.
The one thing I just can’t wrap my brain around is Twitter. Everyone says that I need to get on this thing, but really, I just don’t get the concept. Do people really just wander around and look for folks to listen to like that? Is it even remotely worth it? I got on StumbleUpon, and I got on Digg, and I don’t really see that they’re doing a heck of a lot for my readership…
That was a dirty, nasty trick you pulled, dropping the temperature down to -7degF on the same day we ran out of propane – which happened at least three weeks earlier than it should have. Please make up for this by magicking up a little income for me (i.e. making some of these contacts and connections work) so that we can make it through the month and still be able to eat.