A Little Bit About ClickHereLearnMore.com And How It May Be A Help To You
I bought the domain ClickHereLearnMore.com years ago.
I just thought it was cute since you always see people put links like Click Here and Click Here Learn More on their site. I was genuinely surprised when I looked it up and found that nobody had purchased the domain yet.
Since then the site has really been more of a test site for me. I’d try new themes, plugins, etc. to see how they worked before putting them on my other sites. During all my dabbling it’s been an affiliate site, mostly focused on health and fitness, and I even started turning it into a site about biohacking at one point.
Talk about an identity crisis.
Today it’s something entirely different. I’ve decided to go the blog journal personal reference route. Is that a thing? Well, now it is I suppose:)
I’ve written in a journal off and on over the years. And I’ve seen many a famous person say that journaling has been a key element of their personal success.
Personally, I found it disappointing a lot of times, in that I’d write down my thoughts about something going on in my life, such as a new book I was reading or a supplement I was trying, only to find that later I had a hard time finding what I had written about it. I’ve found the value of a journal to be lacking, personally.
There are solutions for this. Some people use programs nowadays like Evernote, for example, to keep track of info they find on the internet about a topic and save it all for later reference. And then they can actually find it. Novel concept, that.
I’ve decided to go a different route. As I work on something of interest to me, I’ll make a post and track the details I find on it. Maybe it’ll just be basic notes, maybe it’ll be a video, probably be a lot of links to wherever I found more information, etc. At the end of the day, my goal is to make it a reference source for me.
I’m being selfish here, I know. But I figure that if it’s helpful to me then maybe it’ll be interesting and valuable to others, as well.
Another benefit for me is that by maintaining this site and constantly growing it, I can stay current on how to build websites, make videos, use social media, and all the other good things that go along with a decent site and brand. In my professional life, I really don’t need to build sites anymore, but I’m a bit of a geek by nature and I figure that doing this will keep me current.
Something to keep in mind is that I may find products or services relevant to the topic and link to them. And if there’s a chance to affiliate with it, I’ll set that up too. Who knows, maybe I’ll even make a few bucks. If not, no harm done. And if you have a problem with affiliate links, then feel free not to buy anything through my site. No offense taken.
I don’t have a major rhyme or reason, for the topics I’ll post about. They’ll just be whatever is important to me at the time and I feel strongly enough about it to make sure it’s available to me later when I want to review it again.
So, there you have it. Now you know what this site is all about. Poke around and see if there’s anything you find interesting and would like to learn more about. Enjoy.