I know, I know. I did say that I wouldn't make a new journey thread until I acquired all of the required skills. I'm doing this because @mancar487 recommended it. Instead of constantly PMing and emailing a bunch of people, this way would make things far simpler. If you recall from my previous journey thread - this was @meathead1234's 100 a day method that I am twisting around and making my own. Of course, I must bring in @BassTrackerBoats into this because he gave helpful advice and made me think about properly advertising on Facebook pages. Alright, so here we go~! I already have a niche review site that I'm converting into a "personal blog" where I am building authority in my particular niche. Yesterday, I made my first (technically second) Facebook fan page targeting my site with the proper posts. Many of these goals were suggestions by @Matyas. Main Goals: 1. Change my domain name to the person who I'm "roleplaying" as 2. Add a blog page with at least 10 posts without a product 3. Change the hard selling reviews into soft selling and call the category "favorites" instead of "reviews" 4. Write blog posts targeting relevant niche authority sites and convince them to do link-for-link to build reputation 5. Create 15-20 Web 2.0s with about 5-10 posts each and leave hyperlinks to my site (all PBN related) 6. Write an eBook for "my" life story and use it to build an email list 7. Use proper keywords and backlinks to rank with SEO Here's what my Google Analytics looks like so far since I made the site on August 12th - As you can see it still needs many improvements. Also, I uploaded it on different image sites and it looks best on ImageShack for some reason. Other Goals: +Buy 100 Twitter Accounts with 100 private proxies +Get Massplanner +Setting up bots to make posting quicker +Must buy BuzzBundle +Maybe even BuzzSumo +Test out @jamie3000's FREE programs and utilize them for my site List of Completed Goals: 1. Bought a domain + hosting from Power Up Hosting for the entire year // unlimited bandwidth, YUSS! 2. Wrote 5 review articles for Clickbank products // only needed about 3 3. Created a persona to target women // Estimated 80% of audience are women 4. Made a decent Facebook page to make myself look like a professional // I'm always professional 5. Made sure that my posts are in the green with Yoast SEO // This one was pretty easy 6. Showed my site to my affiliate managers and they liked my reviews // Got 1 review copy so far How long will this journey take me? I estimate a time of 6 months if I stay positive, focused, persistent, and don't act like a whiny little bitch baby. To speed things along - I will make several MNS sites when I start making some $$. I'm feeling positive about this journey. Soon™ P.S Why aren't hyperlinks working? I already have the 50 posts and been a member for more than a month. It makes everything look sloppy.