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I'd like to see a sample website

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1longnite
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I'd like to see a sample website

I'd like to see a up and running website, to know what to expect. Thanks
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cecille.l
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You can check out Mark's site http://www.enlightenmentgateway.com
That was created using the Affilojetpack system, but it is a content website similar to what is taught in Affiloblueprint.

Hope that helps. All the best!
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markusrafael
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Hi Cecille, is a "content website" similar to a blog? What is the main difference? I don't see much talk on blogging here... maybe just different terminology.

Sorry if that's a dumb question! You might wanna get used to them now that i'm around :)
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cecille.l
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Hey Markus,

No worries! It's always best to ask questions. :)

A "blog" is an example of a content website. The term "blog" implies a more personal or informal approach to sharing information.

For example : Grammarianism vs GrammarBook.com

Both are content websites in that they share information to readers, but Grammarianism is more of a collection of writings by one person (and from the viewpoint of the person) whereas GrammarBook.com is a more comprehensive website offering books among other things.

Hope that helps. All the best!
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