This is my first post on my new reseller hosting plan from InMotionHosting.com. I transferred my cPanel accounts last week from JuguarPC formerly ResellerZoom.com. A few years back ResellerZoom provided decent services for rock bottom prices, then one day I got a bill from JaguarPC for the same services. A quick visit to the website showed that they either changed their name or an acquisition was made. Anyhow the quality of services went downhill quick. It was still cheap but they were over allocating server resources big time. My sites would crawl and sometimes wouldn’t load at all. For those of you who may be familiar with the Server Status on the WHM panel, the cache hard drives and memory were at its peak 24/7 but I decided to keep everything the way it was, after all I was still paying very low prices and it would be a pain to move all my sub accounts over to another host.
Then I found InMotionHosting while researching for a replacement. By this point a few of my clients had told me they noticed performance getting worst, I had to do something. InMotionHosting provides reasonable PREMIUM pricing for a server running cPanel and SSD hard drives. Being in IT sales, I knew SSD’s were the biggest bottlenecks on computers and servers. I had to have it if I was going to spend the effort to move it and so I did. I am running on the RS1000 plan that I got with a discount for prepaying 1 year of services.
Things I considered before picking InMotionHosting was going with a company like WP Engine but I did not want to pigeonhole myself with just a web host that specialized in running WordPress websites even though its one of the most popular CMS’s out there now, I still wanted that freedom of having just a regular cPanel linux web server which has been built on reliability I have grown to trust for so many years. The migration of all my accounts went very smoothly and at the end of it, I just had to update my A record on each domain’s DNS manager and BAM, websites now load 10x faster than they did before.
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I spent much of last weekend laying in bed and brainstorming ways to earn extra income. Coming up empty, I stumbled upon Audible, an app I almost never open on my iPhone. Click! There is one audiobook I purchased years ago: Selling the Invisible by Harry Beckwith. It was probably a assigned reading from work. I decided to browse in the Discovery section of the app to see what may be of interest to me. Audible has since changed its business model towards subscription based purchasing of books. The 4-Hour Work Week by Timothy Ferriss caught my eye. I’ve heard of it before and decided to enroll in the trial to download the audiobook for free.
I’m glad I did. I’m only a quarter way though the book, only listening on my drive to work. It has reignited by passion for travel and side hustling for income like I once did prior to my college days. Tim Ferriss talks about Lifestyle hacking and gives endless tips on how to become more productive at work, the 80/20 rule, do more with less effort. I’m even thinking of hiring my own overseas personal assistant. Now I have to come up with enough work for them to do so it makes sense. I’ll write a review of it once I’m done with it. I will say that this book might be better consumed in its original text format rather than in audio. There are concepts that I wish I could go back to reference like links to specific tools, or acronyms that he frequently uses. This is true for any audiobook.
Anyhow back to my additional source of income. I used to make about $400 a month way back in 2004-2006 with my blog. I became a so called “subject matter expert” at age 16-18 and advertisers would contact me about placing links on my website. Little did I know at the time, there are people who make millions a year by just blogging. If only I had stuck with it then, who knows what it would have become 15 years later. Its moot to think about that now. I’ve decided to start blogging again to see where this takes me. My writing is a bit rusty I must admit. Composing hundreds of emails a day at work is quiet different than creatively writing. Time to sharpen my pencil and forge a clear path forward!