Well, you sure can learn from BHW, YT, Google and it'd be more than sufficient but it's a diff thing to be involved in a community and get training and ques answered from someone who has been killing it in the same space.
If you think not spending $800 on a course is the way to go, so be it...
It's great. It's really good and I joined it for the community and it's really good and responsive. Matt answers a lot of questions (almost all of them actually lol)
So it's great and you get to meet some really good people who are in the same industry.
I recently got a huge amount of bids on my domain I've put up on auction and just saw that GoDaddy takes up 20% of the amount and if it goes above 5k usd, it'll take $1k + 15% of the amount above $5k which is MASSIVE.
Any ways to avoid this? Is it safe to put your email in the description...
I've listed a GNews site (old edition) on GoDaddy auctions and received $500 in bids in the first two days but I want more exposure and potential bid on the domain.
Is there a way you could get more traction or is it just completely random to get bids?
For Mods: if this is the incorrect...
I just started with a news website and I already know some sources to get news from but need recommendations on where to get the latest news from? I'd have to let my writers know so they follow a perfect SOP.
Anyone who can recommend me a few good sources? :)