A couple of months ago, my domain got hacked. Kind of. I mean, the domain itself didn’t get hacked directly, but the problem was the server it was hosted on. Back then, I was a HostGator customer, a mistake I will never make again. Just to give you a quick heads-up on that situation, HostGator doesn’t care that much about their customers’ safety. So in my case, they allowed for a spam forum to get installed on my domain without my knowledge.
We all desire some recognition, don’t we? Some online popularity, preferably profits, and overall stardom…things like that. However, the road to success can be long and difficult, and at some point, we can stumble upon some disturbing signs that we might not be going in the best of directions. I’ve had a number of sites failing in the past, so I know what I’m talking about.
Over the last couple of months I’ve been working on my new book. I haven’t talked much about it until today, purely because it’s a project that’s not wholly related to online business. The title of the book is “WordPress 3.7 Complete,” and it’s been released with Packt Publishing just a couple of days ago. In short, it teaches how to build a site on WordPress and get it online in minutes (without losing your shirt along the way). In short, here’s the deal I have for you: I am willing to give away 1/3 of the whole book – 4 full chapters out of 12 – for free.