Since I read blogs and eBooks on my iPad in the morning, I either get same in a format that is designed for smartphones and tablets and can read easily without enlarging text and moving page back and forth, or small text which has to be “sized” for easy reading. Since I could only save your blog as a web page, I copied your blog and pasted to an Office Word doc. It pasted everything fine, but translated your clean “Arial” style fonts into multiple styles which I did not like (but changed into a nicely formatted document). This procedure worked for my Laptop Computer.
Corbett is an experienced entrepreneur himself. Prior to Think Traffic, he has founded and ran a venture-backed startup in Sillicon Valley, as well as worked as a consultant for Fortune 500. His first blog, www.corbettbarr.com, attracted over 500,000 visitors in it’s first year. Now, Corbett runs a small publishing company caleed Insanely Useful Media, which is the business behind Think Traffic, Expert Enough, Traffic School and How To Start A Blog That Matters. He also advises high profile bloggers, including Leo Babauta of Zen Habits and Adam Baker of Man Vs. Debt.

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Behind the New Think Traffic Design (Results + How We Did It) with Chase Reeves – Think Traffic recently went through a complete redesign of the website, which increased their e-mail subscription  rates dramatically. In this interview, Corbett chats with the designer who helped them with that, Chase Reeves, who shares  how he developed the new design for Think Traffic.
My goal with this site is really only to write about 25-30 pages with information as I learn about boats and do customizations to my boat.  I’m also adding a forum.  Forums seem to be very popular with boat owners so I’m anxious to have others generate content for me.  I don’t have huge plans for this site, but I’m sure it will bring in a few thousand a month if I don’t fizzle out.  This is going to be my fun project for the next little while.
The average cost of a major kitchen renovation is over $15,000.  Ouch!  Yet, there are SO many ways to make a kitchen look beautiful for just a few hundred dollars.  It’s actually something I’m doing right now in my own kitchen.  I bought decorative posts for the island, I’m putting brick facade on front of the island, changing the backsplash, putting wooden decorative feet under the cabinets, putting in decorative corbels under the cabinets, adding under-cabinet lighting, and painting the cabinets.  All of these things can be done for under $150 per project.  A website just about inspiration for kitchen upgrades could be fantastic!

Obviously with such a hugely valuable niche where people will be spending on average around $30,000 to $60,000 on a boat, there will be tons of information and reviews available, right?  Wrong!  In fact, MOST of the boats that I was interested in had zero reviews to be found anywhere on the internet.  Zero.  And all the manufacturers showed was a few pictures, sometimes a sales video, and an abbreviated spec sheet.  That’s it.  I scoured the internet for unbiased reviews of boats and did not find anything helpful at all.
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