It has occurred to me that if I were working on only one site, say, Kikay, or Movie, then it’d have probably been a super major outstanding grabe fantastic over hit by now. But then again I’m probably just making excuses, being as I am, not completely happy with the state of each individual site. Oh sure they’re loading and processing fine, but there’s so much, SOOOO MUCH I want to do to each one, I frequently just end up staring at my to do list, which should probably be named ‘wish I could do them’ list, because its become pretty overwhelming.
Which is why, you see now, I am in that ‘what if it was just one site‘ mode of thinking at the moment, because if it was just one, then everything that I’d want done would be (in theory) done, and I’d be concentrating on just marketing right about now.
At any rate, today I killed of Mobile.exchange.ph, because of 3 things: 1.) I just can’t handle the workload in maintaining that, 2.) I’m seriously starting to wonder about the feasibility of websites that feature gadgets these days. I’m just not sure that people are all that interested anymore. And finally 3.), it’s taking up valuable server space and resources.
So that’s it. I’m sad I had to do it. Again, I had SOOOO MUCH I wanted to do with that, but hey there’s only one me, and i’m a very stretched me as it is.
However (and a big however here), everything is saved and tucked away in .tar format, so maybe, you know, maybe there’s a light at the end of the tunnel after this, and one day I’ll be able to revive it again, who knows.
I dunno. Maybe yeah, maybe no. It’s just that at this very moment, I am more than ever determined to make all my plans, all those things I’ve been thinking about AND especially marketing, to work. And via removal of Mobile, I’m sure I can focus even more now. Yeah. I’ll think about it that way. It’s easier to swallow that way.