What are your plans for 2010?

Planning the year ahead is important if you are going to succeed online but after the Christmas and New Year break it can take time to get the momentum going again.

I went away on a coach trip to Austria (videos and photos to follow) and came back to a flood of orders on Amazon. That sometimes happens after Christmas – I think some people wait to see what presents they get then buy the items they wanted but didn’t get!

I’m now running the Printing and Mail Order businesses until March while my partner is away so I won’t have so much time to spend on my IM business (hence this is my first blog post of 2010!)
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The Most Innovative Website of The Year is HERE

I spent Friday and Saturday in Manchester at Lee McIntyre’s second workshop, and was lucky to meet many interesting people – I will be saying more in future posts.

Below is a photo me with John Thornhill and Dave Nicholson. I met Dave at the last workshop, but this is the first time I’ve met John. He helped me with my first product over two years ago and his promotion gave me a list of 100s of subscribers.
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The Day Disaster Struck!

Normally I would not make this type of post but I know one or two other students have had some tough times too and commented about it. Also Alex Jeffreys advised us to explain our current position on our blogs so that people can follow our progress.

This is not the type of blog post I’d ever planned to make, but so here goes.
(I may still change my mind and remove this post)

Everyone has good and bad days, but Wednesday 29th July was my worst in ten years of running businesses online.
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