It’s already been a week and the results are in: I didn’t make it.
Sigh. I was off to such a great start too. Here are the results:
Timeline: April 7th 11am – April 14th 11am
April 7th: 4 Hours
April 8th: 8 Hours
April 9th: 4 Hours
April 10th: 5 Hours
April 11th: 4 Hours
April 12th: 0 Hours
April 13th: 6 Hours
April 14th: 0 Hours
Total: 31 Hours
April 14th didn’t really count since the deadline was at 11am and I didn’t even wake up until noon. But April 12th? What was that? There’s no excuse. You can see I tried to make up the rest of the hours the next day, but could only manage 6 hours.
So, after my second attempt at working 40 hours in a week, I failed again. However I did manage 10 more hours than the first attempt where I only managed 21 hours. Should I try again? I think I will. I know it’s getting a bit old for you poor readers out there to have to keep reading (or not read) but give me one more chance. Third time’s the charm…
In other news, I sold Halflife.org. You’ll note that I posted it as sold a few days ago, but the buyer backed out at the last moment. Fortunately this turned out to be a good thing as a couple days later I sold it for $250 more, at $2,250.
Not bad for a domain I got for $200 and a trade-in of the domain PageDump.com.
I’ve bought and sold a many domains in my day, and while I’ve already made a number of domain posts, I’m thinking of writing a couple soon on domain flipping and buying existing websites. I’m no domain expert, but I’ve never lost a penny on a domain buy; I’ve only gained. I personally find domain flipping to be the easiest ROI business anyone can do, with no real knowledge needed. Anyone off the street could learn do do this in an hour or two, as far as I’m concerned.
Anyhow, that’s it for now.
Good luck and good earnings!