Honestly not very active on social media these days; I took a huge break to be logged out. I needed to be distracted from this “screen life”. If “100%” is the metric for all of our Slashsquare Facebook groups, then 40% of them are active, but that too with the help of Shadow Making our members. Existing members, they know how groups work, but we also have to make sure that new members follow the same path. I do my best to be as active as possible, I have Shadow Making my phone on all the time so it's pretty handy. If I don't have much time, what I usually do is when I see two messages: “My AdSense account has been suspended. Tell me what should I do?” "My blog was hacked.
I couldn't access the dashboard!" Then I can't jump into both threads and commit my time. I'm going to focus on thread ” and follow it. For if I have time I'll save the post and/or tag someone in the comments section to help further. We also have two forums: HBB Forum and DeviceBAR Forum. We now have more responsibilities to share and learn. . As a full-time Shadow Making blogger and internet marketer, how do you manage your health and wealth? Health: I don't sleep well, but I'm trying to solve this problem. I eat fine, but since I also run “FoodGravy”, I try every dish Shadow Making possible to experience and further promote the brand. But yeah, I love to eat stuff. Other than that, I walk often, keep myself decently in shape, and most importantly, I'm happy. Wealth.
I earn enough from blogging and internet marketing, but I spend way more than I usually earn, which is killing my savings. It's like using all my money to build a building, paint it, decorate it, etc. and was planning to rent it out after a few years. $5. What book inspired you? What food is ruining your tongue? Which One Movie motivated or completely changed your life? Shadow Making (Depending on your interest as you are heavily engaged in these topics on FB) (BookWritten) Book: “The Kite Runner” by Khaled Hosseini. (MoviesDroop) Movie: 12 Angry Men (1957) (FoodGravy) Food: Momos. Did your family members accept your ambition to become a successful blogger at an early Shadow Making stage? They weren't interested in this area just because they weren't able to understand it properly. The online world is tricky enough for everyone. Let's go back to '2010 or 2012' when I used to Shadow Making make some decent money online but when I tell this to someone, some random guy, he'll either think I'm lying or he'll think that I was a scammer (remember those emails?).