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Old November 18, 2016, 11:16 PM
TommyBoy
 
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Default Questions about Jobs, Resumes, Training

Gordon, first of all thanks for your weekly Fly Low, Collect the Dough newsletters. I'd be interested to know your thought processes on how you come up with these ideas. It's a different kind of "outside the box" thinking to be sure.

I've been working through the jobs/resumes portion of last newsletter. It struck a chord, so I began writing blog posts. To date I have six full posts and starting on my seventh. One a day is not that difficult, plus I'll throw in a few videos. After about 30 or 40 I'll be running out of ideas, but figure if I get to that point, I'll be able to proceed further.

Then I got stuck in my thinking/overthinking.

When I went to do some searches in the resume/jobs space, I realized there is an absolute ton of competition with a lot of "tenure" in that field (i.e., people that have been there a long time it seems). Is it the volume of content on a site you estimate will overcome this annoying detail or how does that work for getting traffic and part-time business?

Am I overthinking this or what?

Thanks again, Gordon.
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