Out of the Ashes
First, we should describe what our company used to be: a useful guide for the writers who created content for Squidoo.com. Have you ever heard of Squidoo? It was a large website where anyone, without any coding experience, could create a web page on something they enjoyed. You could link to products you recommend and, if your page became popular, you could make some money off of it. It was a popular website among retirees who wanted to write as a hobby and make a little cash.
Squidoo was created by Seth Godin, a Silicon Valley thought leader that writes books on how to make successful businesses. After Squidoo cratered due to excessive filters and terrible decision-making (it’s a very long story), the ashes were sold to Hubpages in 2014.
Now: We’re A Guide For Website Owners
Seeing something implode makes you learn. We’ve decided to re-brand and become a website that gives important information and tips on website creation, writing, and marketing. We’ve learned a lot about marketing over the years, and we’re eager to share it with you.
It’s likely the biggest expense you have as a website owner: paying your web hosting provider. But in a very competitive industry, there are lots of incentives you can take advantage of that’ll save you hundreds of dollars per year AND help you with marketing your own website.