Paul isn't wrong. I could be spending less time on promoting my site for inorganic traffic and use that time to write more content. I have been motivated by the desire to get off Adsense and move to a more lucrative agency. Knowing that Ezoic requires a site to be four months old and getting 10k page views each month gave me something to strive for.. I'm also writing in my profession so when I complete an article that I think benefits my fellow peers, I link to it in our social media groups. So there's that. I've kinda told myself I'm done writing content for this niche. I've hit the 30 articles I need for it and have completed 8 out of 10 youtube videos. I don't feel good about the vids at all but like the course says, just get something out there for now. It's basically me standing in front of my bedroom wall and recording on my old laptop with a webcam. Whatever. I got it done. The podcast has two episodes and THAT i really like doing. I think that is how I will continue to add content to this first niche site, as time goes by. Maybe aim for two podcast each month. I've successfully recorded one hour with the guest each time. Then run it through Audiophile to clean it up. Then I edit it in Audacity. Add an intro and outtro. Let the guest hear it first to make sure they aren't going to freak about anything. Then once they give it a thumbs up, I post it. So, technically I've moved on the second site which I've already talked about. And my wife has started her first site. So July, Aug and Sept will be spent setting up blogs #2 & #3. Oh, I haven't come up with my three sales items for site #1. That's what's left on the to-do lists. Project 24 teaches to have three digital products to sell on your site. Like Guide eBooks or How-To's or something. I'm still trying to figure that out for my niche.