Penguin Traffic Looking Forward

When I gave over administration duties to my manual traffic exchange Penguin Traffic I did so thinking that the site would probably be ran better by someone else. That still may be true but I am trying harder than I ever thought I would to make it a success. At the very least I would like to keep it from being a failure.

It is amazing to me that I am having so many issues that I would never have thought of until I took over Penguin Traffic and tried to just keep up on the payments due the members. Thanks to a kind gentleman, who seems to have gone offline, I was able to turn on a flag that gave the members a Cash Earnings page. Now they would be able to see their payments right on the site and not in a manually sent email.

I think the biggest lesson I have learned is that this really is not for everyone. My own family thinks this is basically a waste of time and because of life events they were right. But things are starting to turn around and  soon I will no longer be an employee. Because that is what it is about for me. I have a great job and I work with great people but it is not what I want to do anymore.

The other big lesson I have learned is to trust myself. When I was responsible for my children I never felt that I could ask them to go without because Daddy wanted to own a business and be a businessman and not an employee. I think it was the right decision. But now I see that I was right about a lot of things and I have learned what I need to know to make this work. At this point it is just a matter of turning in my two week notice.

Penguin Traffic is just the beginning and now that Albert has returned I can start focusing on my next traffic exchange. Thanks to Albert I know how to make these work and I do not see a better membership site to start with than a TE. As I learn more I may change that opinion but for now running the Penguin Traffic traffic exchange is enough and let the promotions begin.

I don’t need to put a link because it is on page one of all the search engines. OK maybe just Google but that will do.

 

 

About Ken

I was a mainframe cobol programmer by trade and and now an aspiring entrepreneur.
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