I’m an affiliate for Ken Evoy’s Site Sell. I have been for a few years. He’s a great teacher and has a great product and I’ve learned a lot from him.
HOWEVER… the email I got the other day kind of threw me for a loop, and I thought maybe he lost it. Here’s an excerpt:
Blogging has reached lemming status. Without even thinking, many small businesses equate blogging with having a Web site. This is obviously wrong for small businesses with something to sell (ex., services, e-book sellers, etc.).
But it’s also the wrong choice for infopreneurs (ex., those who earn affiliate and AdSense income, without selling anything directly to customers).
How and why has blogging reached “lemming epidemic” status?
How do bloggers actually do FINANCIALLY, where it counts?
Should YOU blog? When? How do blogs compare to Theme-Based Content Sites, performance-wise in the short-and-long terms?
Where did the misleading promise of blogging come from? Why do folks buy into it, despite all the evidence of failure?
I thought “Keep up with the times, Ken!” Then, I went and read his full statement and he’s got me thinking.
Here is the link to read his opinion: Click here-> The Three Fatal Flaws of Blogging
(Yes, it is a sales letter, but it has great information, as well, including quotes from Google.com on this very topic.)
Now, I know that there are many bloggers who are making a great living. And, I also know that when I convert my standard websites over to blogs, they perform worse financially (so, I’ve stopped!).
However, what are your experiences? Are you making more money on your blogs or your websites? And, why?
Please share. 🙂