If there's one thing I like more than being a TOP INTERNET GURU digital nomad BATHROBE AND CROCS 4-hour workweek dude, it's messing with my website and not thinking about the consequences.
That's why you've landed on this page. Because redirecting you to the right page automatically is too much work. Do you know how many mouse clicks it takes to set up page redirects? Ugh.
Anyway, you probably wanted my Asterix stuff. That's got its own website now. It's AMAZING. Here's a snippet from the Asterix comic I started writing before my artist flounced on me.
If you want to learn how to make money from websites, stick around here.
How did my niche sites do in the Christmas period?
An update on the Asterix the Gaul niche site I made, and the thinking behind some recents tweaks.
In which I surprise myself by having another good month in terms of website income. It's not going to buy me a presidency, but it'd buy one attack poster on a rural bus.
August was a bumper month! You know when things go well and you start to get nervous because it can't last...?
Britain's Smallest Shop continues to languish - probably owing to the zero amount of work I put in, its 23-second loading time, and the disappearance of ALL images and video from the site. Time to roll the sleeves up and start again.
You're probably not wondering how much money I made from my websites in July, but I'm going to tell you anyway.
My education site has high traffic but low income. How do I fix that? Here's the first step!
Answering a question nobody has asked - how much spondoolex did I make from my websites last month?
What lengths will online marketers go to in the quest for ever greater conversion rates? Do they even care if we grow to hate them? Seems not.
YouTube saw fit to bitchslap one of my videos into oblivion - after I was done rubbing raw meat on the affected area, I heroically fought back. Here's how.
Or if you absolutely resent the hell out of me for putting up a shitty 404 page, you might enjoy reading about the 9-year old girl who gave me death threats.
In 2011, Andrew Girardin was minding his own business in a bar when his life was threatened. By a girl. Aged 9. This is the harrowing true story of that night. Trigger warning for sociopathy.