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I just finished a quiz program of which I am rather proud. I recently bought a website on babysitting, of all things. I decided that putting together a little quiz on babysitting would be a good idea, adding a bit of value, and perhaps adding to the so-called “stickiness” of the site.
This is rather important, as I am considering making up a series of quizes for my InDepthInfo website. Alot of the info there is academic, so it would be a good way for readers to test their retention of the material that they have read, and perhaps get the high points from it at the same time.
Take a look at the actual Php Quiz Code.
I occasionally look about for deals on websites. I seldom find anything I think will add quality to my small stable. Yet once in a while I find a gem. But then there are times I make an impulse buy.
Now impulse buying is not all bad. I sometimes end up getting some fun stuff. This time I bought the domain – you can’t really call it a website, it only had one page – a photo of a man biting his nails. When I saw it, I just had to have it. It was one of those domains that grips your imagination as you sit there thinking about all the things you could do with it. The truth is, you could do the same thing with any website. It’s just the name that has sent your mind on a wonderous tangent that leads to…fame and fortune? At least a lot of work, time, and effort.
I will keep you in suspense no longer, I bought ImNervous.com. Yes, silly is it not? What should I do with it? Actually, I’ve had it for a week and still haven’t done much. What I have decided is to make it my new wave of the future. Last time it was videos – now it’s interaction.
This will be my experimental platform. I know, I know, I waited long enough. I have been writing on the web for years, and I mainly concentrate on content.
My last impulse buy was this domain – which I cannot call a failure. But one buy I did regret was campingtripguide.com. Not that it is a bad site. It is just about a subject for which I care very little, camping. I rewrote it once, and my lack of interest shows. At least it taught me a lesson, stick to subjects I give a hoot about.