A New Direction

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new direction

I’ve decided to go in a new direction with this blog. I’ve met a lot of bloggers who do product reviews. I had so much trouble with the web page and with my computer earlier this year. I’m currently rather busy with school and family issues and things blowing up in my face. As they say, Situation Normal, All F**ked Up. (SNAFU)

To any rate, while I’m deciding if I even want to try and continue with the web page, I’m going to start doing product reviews on this blog. The folks who do them seem to have a lot of fun with it, and I think I will too. I hope to find some good things for everyone to enjoy, and if I find any duds, I’ll steer you clear of ’em before you spend your hard-earned!

I hope this will be a fun new direction for the blog and for me and my readers.

~Cie~

Kind of Like a Hybrid Between a Flea Market and a Cool, Cluttered Attic

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So there I was, watching this video about MLM email marketing, wondering how I could get back into the affiliate marketing game without losing literally thousands of dollars like I did last time I tried. I’ve always wanted to have my own business, but for me a brick and mortar store is out of the question. I’d given up on the idea of being an entrepreneur several years ago. It seemed that the only money exchange going on was me giving someone else mine and getting nothing in return.

I once had several domains, because my chaotic bipolar mind wants to do so many things at once. That was costing a lot of money too.

Suddenly, it hit me. Instead of having a whole bunch of domains, why not have one domain which provided links to all the different products I was affiliating with?

I went with iPage as my host. At just $1.99 a month, it was an offer I couldn’t refuse.

Since I’ve just signed up, I haven’t started designing my flea market/attic yet, but take note of this web address for future use:

Cie’s Everything Shop

I hope that I will have a few products available in time for Xmahannukwanzyule and Celebratehowulike.

I intend to disclose that when a person purchases something through one of my links, they are helping a person who lives with mental illness (me) achieve one of their dreams: the dream of having my own business.

Please feel free to reblog this post. Thank you for your support.

By the way, the gal in the email marketing video has some great ideas. Watch her and subscribe!

~The Entrepreneurial Cheese~