Mar 01

Jack and Jim want to earn some money. They both have different plan for that.

Jack creates “something” that earns him 10 cents everyday. It may take 1 to 3 hours to create it. But when it’s completed, Jack gets 10 cents the next day, another 10 cents the day after, and so on. This 1 to 3 hour work keeps earning Jack 10 cents everyday, forever. So Jack creates one of this each day. After 30 days, Jack has 30 of these “something” that earn him $3 per day.

On the other hand, Jim finds a job with $1000 monthly salary. He works 8 hours a day for 5 days a week. At the end of the month, Jim receives his $1000 salary. The next month, Jim has to work again to get another $1000.

How will both Jim and Jack fare financially? Let’s do the math…

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Jan 22

Just when I was about to create a new post, I browsed around other blogs through Google. And when I saw blogs with thousands of posts, I thought to myself, “My god… how am I going to have that much posts? When I have that much posts and those high traffic, I’ll be relaxing at home without having to work! When will that happen?”

Then I look at my blog. Oppsss… only two posts. Hmmm…..

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Jan 22

If you’re wondering how I create and set up this blog using my own domain, here’s how.

  1. Open a hosting account with Thirdsphere hosting (USD 24.95 monthly).
  2. Register the domain Jamespang.com with Godaddy and point the domain to Thirdsphere DNS.
  3. Add this new domain to Thirdsphere (USD 10 one time).
  4. Use Thirdsphere script center to set up Wordpress automatically.

And you’re done. You may host your website or register your domain elsewhere. But the above steps are basically what you need to do to have a blog with your own domain.

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