Hey, No Peeking!
I see you!
Caught you red handed didn't I?
Do you remember how it was when you started your site and had absolutely nothing to offer and not much to see? Well, that's the stage I'm at now.
Thus, the no peeking warning!
Time will eventually change all of that but you know how it is, especially when building more than one site! The site building happens at a snails pace while time literally flashes by at warp speed.
Although, to be perfectly honest I don't even have time for a hot flash for goodness sakes! (But now that I think of it that's not such a bad thing.)
I've been thinking about building a site dedicated to selling SBI for the past few years. Then when the 2 for 1 special came around I finally took the plunge! So far the water's fine but as you can see I've just gotten started.
And here I find myself taking another yet welcomed detour by chatting to you. Frankly, I'm glad you peeked. I find I need a nice, friendly diversion now and then. (So thank you for peeking.)
Hey, would you (by chance) like to help out a bit?
Hmmm. . . then let me count the ways!
Perhaps you'd like to share your web business success story with the future visitors to this site. I'm willing to bet you have a wonderful one that would be helpful for many newbies!
Or, of course, you could humor Bits and Bytes by signing up for their web site tips.
You see, although they are highly revered cyber geniuses, they can also be a huge pain in the kabunzies.
This rambunctious duo has worked very hard assembling a huge stash of the very best site building tips ever collected on the internet and
they are quite anxious to share them.
But I'm not nearly ready!
If you could just see your way to signing-up that would make them ever so happy:
Thank you so much!
I'll be grateful for the little piece and quiet that you gave me so I get some more pages built.
And you know what?
You deserve a reward for being so generous with your email address!
I will have Bits and Bytes send you announcement when we're ready for visitors along with the first in their series of their most riveting, knock-your-socks-off web site tips.
Just think of it, you will be the very first to test one of Bits and Bytes award winning site building techniques, strategies or tips!
It's amazing that Solo Build It has such a wonderful huge family with so many outstanding family members! I can't thank you all enough for all the help and support you have given me throughout the years. (Just let me know if there is ever anything I can do for you and know that I'll be there for you too.)
Now I'm wondering, (if you have a little extra time, of course) after you receive your first edition of Bits and Bytes web site tips if you could help this new site out a bit by:
- Linking to me :-)
- Stumbling a few pages
- Social Bookmarking a few other pages
- Mention this new and enthralling site in your blog or newsletter
- Sharing your site building story with us (with a screen shot of your home page and link back to your site of course!)
- or any other strategy to help me create site visibility that you feel like doing
But mind you, only if you find the site worthy of your efforts. . .
I know, that was shameless of me wasn't it?
Hey, you did sneak a peek after all! (And it never hurts to ask.)
Oh okay. I'll 'fess up. Since you came to peek I thought I'd take the opportunity to see if I could enlist an army of Solo Build It helpers to help propel this site into the path of the search engines to get some recognition. (I had a feeling that many of you wouldn't be able to resist just one little peek.)
I do sincerely appreciate your support!
My Many Thanks,
P.S. Oh for goodness sakes!
Now Gnomely's got his red cap all twisted in a tizzy. He thinks that since I invited you to share your site building story and offered you the opportunity to sign-up for Bits and Bytes site building tips, that I would be remiss if I didn't extend an invitation to you to contribute to his
visitor webmaster help journal.
You see, I let him take over one little section of this site because as one of the rare gnome breeds, (from the cyber branch of the gnome family tree), he feels a strong compulsion to create a webmaster help journal.
You must be very, very special because I'm not even allowed to see it!
Along with his invitation, he also wanted me to pass along this very cryptic message:
"If you feel uncomfortable at all about sharing your story then just use an alias. No one is ever going to know it was something you did."
Hmmm. . . I wonder what all that means?
Again, thanks so much for all your help. You'll be the very first to know when Web Site Building Tips is far enough along to go public.