Sofa Moolah

Uh… Where Have You Been?

Good question. It’s been a while since I last posted here and I regret letting this blog take the back seat. As you can imagine it gets hard to find time to write when Dan is off at Uni and I’ve only recently launched my new venture. It’s not as if I haven’t got anything to write about, it’s trying to find the time to put pen to paper. What is strange however is that while traffic is down, it’s steady. I think it’s a combination of our search engine rakings for long-tail keywords and referrals that’s been keeping us afloat. A Google PageRank update which put Sofa Moolah up to PR3 would have helped also.

So anyway, I’ve got a few really cool ideas about upcoming posts. Majority are case studies on making money online however their is one which takes things offline. I know, this blog was setup as a make money online site, but fuck it, if you can make money offline using the Internet as a hub then do it. The idea arose after I got sick of seeing threads on forums where people are asking for help to make $1.00 a day through AdSense and then seeing this thread on Hacker News. Put two and two together and you can work out what I’ll be doing as a case study for this blog.

As well as that, I know a lot of you who visit this site haven’t subscribed or even read my eBook. Check it out by entering your email in our sidebar and you’ll be emailed a copy. If you have read it, let me know what you think. For those who haven’t, it’s essentially a short story of how I was able to get 150,000+ visitors to a new website in under 4 days. While it’s not a step-by-step guide, you should be able to get a few ideas from it. I like to say it’s a must read for people who are thinking about launching a website and have no idea how to get traffic.

With that said, I just wanted to let you know what we’re up to and what’s coming up soon. If you have anything that you want covered here, send us through an email or hit me up on Twitter. Oh, and we’ll be adding a “next page” button to the bottom of the site soon – oops. We’ve also added some social media buttons to the bottom of posts. You should definitely like us on Facebook and send out some tweets using the Twitter button.

6 Responses

  1. Likewise, apologies for not being here but my personal studies + education come first! I’ll also be back doing the rounds as much as I can.

  2. That post and comment feed on Hacker News is an interesting take on the whole getting kids into business. My children are still way too young to get into business like this, but I am certainly thinking about options, like a lolly jar which takes coins so they understand they can buy a toy or lollies and can learn to save even with temptation around. (and it would help me not just eat them all as well)

    Personally I prefer working on passive income streams for myself, but simple active streams like a vending machine could certainly be an option if it is only a once a month service.

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