Tag: tyler cruz

No more j0n.org.

Despite being offline for over a week now, I wanted to quickly touch upon the closure of j0n.org. j0n.org for those of you who don’t know was a blog (mainly video entries) run by Jon Wheatley about his ;
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Tyler Vs Gyutae: Who did I pick?

Yesterday I posted about the ;
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Blogs I Read

I often on a whim add a blog I come across to my RSS reader, but more often than not I find myself ‘cutting the fat’ and getting rid of them soon afterwards. Blogs that stay have that something extra special and in today’s posting I will be writing about those blogs; the blogs I read.

To begin with here are the blogs I read that all have something in common, making websites and/or making money from them:

  • Wake Up Later – I started reading this freelancers blog in the summer and have been impressed with the content ever since, always well written, and interesting it’s one I can’t recommend enough.
  • 365 To Freedom – A site I found via Entrecard and have only recently started reading, this site blogs about ;
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Goals for 2008

Happy New Year! I hope you all have a great 2008 and achieve all that you aim to. (Also to bring in the new year, a congratulations from Scott at mythermos.com for winning my small holiday entrecard contest.)

Now as for my plans for 2008, these include goals for my blog, my sites and personal aims:

1. Get a custom blog design:

Mainly a goal I hope to achieve far before 2008 is even close to finished, I want to give ChrisBrandrick.com it’s own look and feel. It’s commonly known that using a public free theme (despite their merits) is frowned upon. Having a design unique to me gives my blog an identity, a brand, and recognition. John Cow has ;
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TylerCruz.com – Blog Review

For my first review I decided to take a look at a blog which I myself have been reading for some time.

Tyler Cruz’s blog revolves around his internet entrepreneur life and his antics online. I have been reading his blog for over a year now, and recently subscribed to the RSS feed on offer. What first attracted me to his blog was it’s down to earth and honest writing style when approaching such topics as buying and selling domains, big blogging and of course making money online. Unfortunately recently the blog seems to have moved away somewhat from the more personal posts and now seems more concentrated on reviewing and monetization and now features more than one poster, removing that personal touch, but of course we all need to make progress, and Tyler has done so fast with his blog and I commend that. Those of you who decide to take a visit can expect posts on such topics as making money online, statistics, domains and more.

A really interesting blog detailing the goings on of a true internet entrepreneur, check it out:
Internet Entrepreneur