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Better than expected. Need help!

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by mate246, Nov 21, 2015.

  1. mate246

    mate246 Newbie

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    I have started a blog in a specific niche with the goal of making passive income.

    I have written 5-6 articles by my own plus having an affiliate review page.

    I thought it will get some views here and there but nothing too drastic, I thought I am not providing value at all

    I use a fake identity as an author, with pictures and made up story in the "About me" page, and now I am getting views and my posts are becoming popular because they are offering value, and are unique.

    I didn't have sales yet, but the visitors are increasing, and I only made the site around 3-4 days ago.

    Well f##k it, it is going better than expected, and I feel like I am not getting the credit for my unique articles, but my fake identity does. Some random people are getting credit for nothing. I don't want that. But I don't want to reveal my real self.

    How can I discreetly create an about me page, where the author is not shown, yet it makes people trust the site.

    OR MAY I JUST DON'T GIVE A SH#T AND TAKE THE MONEY?

    I am in big dilemma right now, and my site is getting popular.

    I really don't want this to happen.

    Thank you in advance.
     
  2. ChanzGrande

    ChanzGrande Elite Member

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    I hear you man. Nobody wants their site to get real popular too fast. Certainly the last thing any of us want is traffic, right? This is what the whole pseudonym phenomenon is about anyway. You will get better results using a persona than going faceless/nameless. You must learn to be comfortable sharing your success with your pseudonyms. After all, it's not like they're going to be taking any of your money, so you might as well let them keep the credit.
     
  3. Futur

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    I totally agree, just stay under the names and let the cash flow in :)