This blog is going to be all about taking action, and sharing the outcomes; whether good or bad.
I’m Tom Attenborough, a chap with a fake name that wants to quit his job by the end of 2015, without all of his colleagues finding his name on Google and finding out his plan.
If I succeed, I will reveal who I am, but at the moment I prefer to stay anonymous for the obvious reason I mentioned. I hope you can forgive me for that.
I’m sure some of you internet whizzes will be able to find out who I am one way or another, but at least my real name won’t blatantly appear in Google when it is searched for.
I’m relatively new to the world of internet marketing, a whole five whopping months to be exact, but I have determined that this is what I enjoy, and I truly want to give this a fair shot. I have messed around a little and set up two sites that flopped, but now it’s time to get serious.
I like idea of being my own boss and allocating my time the way I choose. By running a successful online business, I hope to achieve that.
I’m under no illusions that it’s going to take extremely hard work to get this done and it’s by no means a quick “get rich” scheme. That’s precisely why I started this blog – to keep myself accountable to the goals I have set out and hopefully establish some meaningful connections in the process.
So What’s the Master Plan?
The master plan is to start off with two completely different types of websites and put into practice all the tips and tricks that so many of the experts talk about.
One will be an authority site that will be completely built around white-hat methods, while the other will be a niche site that will be built around black-hat methods.
There are people that have had success with both of these approaches, and I simply want to give it a crack myself. I’m the type of person that has to do it for myself to believe it. There’s a high chance that the black-hat may get penalized by Google, but at least I’ll learn a heck of a lot along the way and hopefully it will stay up long enough so that I can at least recoup my investment.
If you think you’d be interested in following along, be sure to join my mailing list and for more details on the exact project, make sure you read my first blog post detailing out the strategy.