Post sponsored by David of eXtra For Every Publisher
I’ve made a whole bunch of slumps when I started this blog, count the pitfalls that I’ve fallen too. We all make mistakes at first, but what if we were able to prevent them? What if we didn’t work on something that isn’t actually working, if we haven’t joined another pyramiding site? We could’ve achieved more, more at where we are right now.
eXtra For Every Publisher
With that on mind, let me introduce to you eXtra For Every Publisher or for short ‘xFep’ a blog that to help you avoid the pitfalls and potential problems on the way to making your living online.
xFep is owned and managed by David Peralty. David’s blog has made some noise in the blogosphere lately, not only being featured at Problogger but even gets lots of link loves with his spiffy podcasts that cover stories from the top 100 make money online blogs.
But, with that professionalism, can you imagine that this blog only started this mid July? Now that’s what I call eXtreme!
Who is David Peralty
Well, David didn’t really started from scratch, he’s a director at Bloggy Network and has been working for them for more than two years. David just blogs himself off on his free time (Wow, am I seeing the next Darren Rowse here)
If you want to know more about David, you can check out his about page in his personal blog. It’s completely unique and detailed – From his job to a lovely Xbox 360!
One word – ‘clean’ I mean look at it, the content is just popping out. You’ll clearly see that it’s a blog about blogging and making money online.
The only thing that I got for xFep is its dull header. A bright and powerful logo would greatly add to the user-experience and first impression of the blog.
The site isn’t heavily monetized at all. The only thing I can see in the frontpage right now is the 125 x 125 square ads that are placed prominently on the top left section of the sidebar and the puny little AdSense ads below the post entry. David also does sponsored reviews like this and I’m very impressed at how honest he is when writing one.
At this point of time, I can see that xFep is NOT a blog where David cashes in. He’s a director of bloggy network anyway.
The Good and The Bad
So let’s sum up the review!
- Clean and easy to the eyes design
- Quality articles
- You can clearly see the professionalism of the site
- Non obscure ads
- Don’t forget the spiffy podcasts!
- Dull header that makes me like to go away
- The email updates form needs a little push up
- There’s almost nothing bad about the blog, I love it!
Bookmarked and Subscribed!
There’s nothing better than learning from an experienced Problogger – And working in a blog network adds up the value. Go check out xFep right now and subscribe to his… wait a second, it’s not in full David?
I guess he’ll turn that full feed RSS soon enough. Better subscribe now as he’s changing something BIG in the first days of November, you don’t want to miss BIG things!
UPDATE: I’ve just chatted with David and it seems like the feed just cuts because of the more tag, he’ll be adding a plugin soon to enable full feed RSS. So better subscribe now!