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2014 was another successful year. There were some goals I accomplished but also some I failed at as well. Over all a blessed and great year. Professional Life Revenue from my Coming Soon Plugin for WordPress grew by around 10%. I had intended on releasing another major plugin in 2014 but the rebuild of my … Continue reading 2014 In Review and Goals for 2015
Now that I have some historical data on my plugin business I have been going back and looking at the trends. I have a spreadsheet I created the first month after I launched to record sales. When I first started I was so green that's the only thing I recorded. I had no idea my traffic … Continue reading Do You Know Your WordPress Product Conversion Rate
When you are a one person company you are kind of use to doing everything yourself. You wouldn't have gotten to where you are at unless you could wear many hats. When you are first starting out this is fine but once you start to experience success this can be a downfall because you waste … Continue reading Just Because You Can Do a Job Does Not Mean You Should
2013 was an incredibly busy and awesome year in my personal and professional life. I accomplished most of what I set out to do this year but I have a few goals that will carry over. Personal Life We sold our house in April and lived in my father-in-laws river house for 8 month while … Continue reading Goals for 2014 and a Look Back at 2013
There are lots of way to get inspired but I found myself always going back and watching this video when I need a little kick in the ass. This is an awesome talk from David Heinemeier Hansson, creator of the Ruby on Rails framework and Partner at 37Signals that gives insight into creating a profitable … Continue reading How do you get inspired to work on your startup?