So leading up to Christmas has been a busy time and this shows in the visitors overview in the diagram below. Up until only 5 days ago the site had been running itself, pretty much on autopilot. Without the time to create compelling content the traffic has not been all that great. Then I managed to get some time to deliver a couple of very cool time-lapse videos I had taken on a recent trip to Tasmania. Since then the traffic has leaped up to between 50-70 visitors per day.
Tag Archives: Niche
For all posts relating to this Niche Challenge The Logo Concepts The initial concepts came through (see my earlier post for outsourcing the logo design) and there were a few not so good but a couple of ones that I did not mind. I soon realised the typo, and “time-lapse” needed to be hyphenated. I chose the second option here and asked for some adjustments. The Finished Logo After suggesting some changes to suit a more web style logo the final result is in (located to the right). Now it turned out that the camera in this logo concept is […]
For all posts relating to this Niche Challenge Domain name I chose my domain for my niche challenge to be www.timelapsehq.com registered ($10) through my account with Dreamhost. Below follows the setup process for this initial stage. Installed and configured WordPress I installed WordPress through the Dreamhost one click install setup. A very handy no fuss and automated setup and upgrade process for WordPress. WordPress Theme I decided to go down the lines of purchasing a professionally produced theme, called Hybrido purchased off ThemeForest. Now most WordPress themes are FREE so my reasoning for purchasing a professional theme ($37 USD) […]
I have decided to join Pat Flynn and Tyrone Shum and others on a Niche challenge. I have been thinking about joining them for a month now as that is how long the challenge has been going on for. The challenge is to choose a niche category/product and develop an online presence around that niche, which generates an income. I have been developing online for many years but never have I focused solely in this particular aspect of drawing traffic to a niche, I’ve always been focused on the development side. So as Pat and Tyrone say, this is a […]