Wednesday, December 1, 2010
I Used to Have a Website
So, I used to have a website. I paid for the registration, the hosting, the privacy protection (the whole nine yards). I spent weeks editing the layout, the links, the colors, the fonts, the "you name it." When it came time to renew, I just couldn't bring myself to fork out another couple hundred bucks. I have been working 50-60 hour weeks and didn't even think to try and sell the domain while it was still garnering traffic. In fact, the thought of trying to sell the site didn't hit me until months after letting it all expire. It was really a hassle anyway, and I obviously wasn't doing something right since I hadn't become a millionaire after running it for 2-3 years, so in my head I guess I figured I should just scrap the entire project and start over. Most of the links are here on the blog somewhere anyway, although much more scattered out. Most of the sites I was rep'ing have gone by the wayside since I started the site, so maybe it just wasn't meant to be. Back to the drawing board and on to the next one.