31 Jan 14 10:53 am
What sort of feedback are you looking for in particular? If it's feedback on your site, I'd say you're off to a good start... design looks good, your story is good, and your writing style is engaging. I'd say you'll have no trouble blogging!
I do see one big problem that you might face though. It's this paragraph where you say:
I am doing what I always do when I plan something. Research, Research, Research. This drives my wife crazy. For example, every time I am looking to purchase anything I go into research mode. I spend hours online looking at reviews and reports over and over again. I write lists, I search blogs and I create spreadsheets. It can take me weeks to finally make my mind up and make a final detailed and considered decision.
You have to be really careful that you don't get sucked into what we affectionately call "analysis paralysis". If you talk to many people here on the forum they'll talk about how they spend so much time chasing each "bright shiny object" that they never actually get anything out the gate.
Too much research, not enough action.
Likewise, if you were to start doing our AffiloBlueprint course, there are a lot of decisions you need to make: Which niche to go into, which products to promote, which keywords to target. There comes a point where being too analytical is a hindrance, and sometimes you're better to just do a little cursory check to make sure you're not doing something completely idiotic, and then start flinging stuff at the wall to see what sticks.
Whatever you decide to do, whether it's affiliate marketing, or selling stuff on eBay, or selling your services, or whatever... make sure you pick something, give it a really good whack, and don't get distracted.
A really interesting article / blog post for your site could be about deciding which form of "make money online" venture you're going to pursue. What's available and what the pros and cons are of each. If you could use those powers of research in a journalistic fashion to get the "truth" behind different ways of making money online (without it being a hypefest, or a thinly veiled promotion for someone's product) ... that could be really interesting, and could attract some readers.