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Hey everyone! So I took the first step in creating a blog (which was actually writing a post). Right now I’m writing this on a dev version of the website since I haven’t officially “launched”. But I still think it’s good to document goals and attempt to meet them.
There are 8 days remaining in the month of May and I am wanting to ride any wave of momentum that I have. I hope to be looking back at this blog post many years from now to see how far the website has grown.
May 2018 Website Goals
- Create 15 finance articles – Excluding this post, I already have written one. But before I push the site live I want to have enough meat on the website so people are compelled to stay on. At worst, have 10 articles and push the website live.
- Make the website look decent – I have demo content so I want to write content that fills in the blanks. Plus the footer looks messed up and I have to update categories.
- Create social media profiles – I need to start getting my digital footprint ready
- Create a logo for the website – I’ll probably use Fiverr or something.
- Gather a list of top finance blogs – In case I want to do guest posting and do partnerships
2018 Website Goals
- Crack a Top 250 list for the blog – I prefer to be ambitious and I think could be feasible by the end of the year.
- Get above 10,000 visits in a month – Obviously, it’s 0 right now and this could be a stretch.
- Make a bit of extra money – I don’t actually have an amount in my head. But a bigger goal of mine is to create content for a living (maybe create videos, go stream, or go speaking).
- Lower my student loan debt to $15,000 – not exactly “website related” but if I were to get some money.
- Write an e-book – I would hope that I can write enough content to where I can bundle it into an e-book for on the go for people.
I hope in time I’ll be able to inspire and help out people who really need it. As I continue to write and work on the website, I’ll keep track of the time/effort in doing so. Probably in monthly reports, but I don’t know. I will try to be as transparent in regards to the website as I can be.
So time/traffic/income/costs/etc. all of that will be included. I know some of you might have no money and a lot of time on your hands, maybe I can help bring light to adding value for you down this path.
- About Me (Joseph @ Debt To Dough)
- My Debt Story
- How I paid $40,077 In Student Loans in 18 months
- My List Of Failures & Thoughts On “Talent”