As part of my employee hiring process for Sidago Outsourcing, I build up trust with new members by slowly reviewing work quality, affordability and reliability. I assign new employees “low risk” tasks that can be used to learn without costing me a client or important deadline. I use RyanEagle.com as the task testing ground because it doesn’t matter if something breaks and I get all these random features I’ve always wanted but never had time.
One of those test-tasks was to locate, remake and host all of my published affiliate guides in my archives section. The guides are original, unedited and in some cases not relevant in today’s game – but there are some solid gems. First Read Legal Disclosure:
- Plenty of Fish Guide
- Advanced PPV Target Building & Niche Selection
- Promoting Game Offers
- International Dating Reference Guide
- Plenty of Fish Dating Targeting Guide
- Promoting Dating Offers on PPV
- Common Plenty of Fish Advertising Questions
- Promoting Credit Reports on PPV
- Promoting Ringtones on PPV
- Increase Image CTRs with Social Traffic
- Keeping Facebook Campaigns Profitable Longer
- Finding the Right Demographic for Social Traffic
- Scaling PPV Campaigns
- When to Stop a Losing PPV Campaign
- The Importance of Testing with PPV
- Obtaining Triple-Digit ROIs with Dating
- Facebook App Install Dating Guide
- Promoting Grant Offers Guide
- Promoting Credit Reports via Media Buys
- Optimizing Landing Pages
- The Affiliate Mentality Guide
- Promoting International Dating on Facebook
- … see all guides
“Will You Ever Pay Me The Money That EWA Owes…”
No I’ve come to a point where I realized it’s no longer my personal responsibility – I tried my absolute best to fix it, poured millions of my own money in, spent hours upon hours frantically coming up with answers, and took no salary for over a year. There was nothing more I could do and I went far beyond what any business owner would have done. To be completely blunt – business is business. Sometimes it works out great, sometimes it doesn’t – I paid out hundreds of millions of dollars so for the most part, it worked pretty damn good.
I’ve paid my dues
At the end of the day the person that lost the absolute most was me. I personally dealt with all the repercussions myself – the lawsuits, ruined friendships, damaged reputation, and the villainization. If you lost money with EWA just take whatever number you lost, multiply it by a couple hundred thousand, then you’ll get the amount of money I lost trying to save the money. I’m not even bothering to include the fact that my biggest asset, the company itself, went under – I don’t even like to calculate that. I’m not complaining, just stating facts – I now view the failures and losses as a necessary part of my life and growing as an individual.
I’ll always feel bad about what happened but that is very different than carrying personal obligation. In a perfect world I wish that everyone could have gotten paid back every cent – but the world isn’t fair. I will always take responsibility for the mistakes I made and wish that I made different decisions.
“A business is a tool to generate personal wealth. When it stops generating personal wealth, pick up a new tool”