Discussion in 'The PatsFans.com Pub' started by PatsWorldChamps, Feb 11, 2007.
Just wondering if anyone here has their own sites?
I have a few of them (webpage/squeezepage), and many more in the future.
Info-product type stuff...
My goal is to crank out at least 1 a month.
One of them is:
...not promoting it, just stating a mere fact.
For my business, publishing a music magazine:
I write a blog about crime fiction:
Very nice. I've bookmarked it and will visit regularly.
I'm a bit of an American 1940's-60's crime noir fan myself. I feel much more at home inside Chandler's and Ross MacDonald's head than I do most modern writers. But that goes to my preference to the right and wrong of all things human and the avoidance of gray (or grey if you prefer).
Im looking for good ideas on how to monetize my site
It's a writing-oriented blog. The "main attraction" is my ongoing serial thriller, "Addicted." I also have a short story (soon to be followed by some more), typical blog-style rants, etc. I started the blog to get me writing again (worked like a charm), but some other people seem to enjoy it, so check it out if you get bored.
Thanks, I'm partial to a bit of Chandler myself. Like Hammett also, and the other McDonald (John D). One of the bigger publishers came out with a series of classic crime novels a few years back that introduced me to some of the excellent older stuff I might not otherwise have heard of like Joe Gores, and Cain and one or two others.
If you like the noir you might really like Lawrence Block.
I registered a website last year but, I still haven't done anything with it.
I have got one for my guiding business and write articles for some small outdoor mags. I haven't listed it in my member info as this site seems to have a lot of citified liberals that might not take to kindly to our rural heritage pursuits. I will if people are truly interested or PM me & Iâ€™ll send it to you.
I could give you some great tips, since you're a fellow Patriots fan.
A landing page...
I LOVED Ross MacDonald's books. Sadly, like my mom he died of alzheimers.
That's a shame about your Mom. I hope it wasn't a long battle for you.
Not sure about that my wife is a registered maine guide..
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