I think that some kind of way you have to figure out what your reader likes, you can't just make a guess. Compare the reviews you received on shorter and longer articles or even do a survey asking the readers which they prefer.
Hey guys, I know most of us have used marketing services or even marketed our own business before. What was your best experience with marketing? It can be because you learned something new or because it greatly benefited your business.
I store a lot of things on the cloud, but for the most part they aren't top secret files and documents. I do believe that nothing is 100% safe, so all of my highly secret files are only stored on my computer and two different usb sticks.
A lot of hosting companies have been in the game long enough to where they can offer lower prices because they have a lot of business. Think about, some people have to charge higher because they don't have a lot of business and need to capitalize on what they can.
Yes, I agree that you don't want to sound desperate, but you don't want to just give up on the site after one try if their is a possibility you can persuade the owner. It's a matter of having nothing to lose.
Dibon, I know exactly which thread you are talking about. I think that some people don't even realize that holding onto a good domain that is not active is a thing. Some people just give up the business and the domain, never thinking about selling it.
Do you think that a failed business should keep their domain? What I mean by this is do you think that a failed business should keep a domain that they aren't using in hopes of profiting off of it one day?