Sorry I took so long to get back to you, been busy on my muse, and integrating advice! I'm still on that, in fact. I like your muse. It seems very interesting. I think a video would be a good addition. Nothing too long, just a quick demonstration in an actual teaching situation. I think the best advice I have is to look at who is buying and what caught their attention, then try to see who is not and figure out why they've left. That's tougher. How is it selling? Hope you're doing well.
Thanks, Steve, I'll go over the site and take as much into account as I can. You make very good points. I know the (commonly used term "human grade" sounds rather cannibalistic, so i'll look at rewording it. sigh, back to layout!
I stumbled across your profile while on The Four Hour Work Week forum just the other day, and wanted to drop by say hi and see if there is anything I can do to help you on your own "4-hour adventure"...
You see Tim is a personal inspiration of mine and from spending lots of time in this community of readers I know many that have gone on to succeed as well as the people that are taking a little longer to get there.
Today, I want to use that knowledge to help others on their journey, wherever they are at -- and on a BIG scale. Do you want to get involved?
To understand where to best deploy my resources and make the biggest possible difference, not to mention saving me the pain-staking frustration! I took 5-minutes out and put together this survey which will take you no longer than 180 seconds - promise!