OAPD: Day 1 – Skype Related Lens

Written by Marc on March 26th, 2008

skype-usb-phone-adapter-review-thumb1 For Day 1 of the One Asset Per Day challenge (OAPD), I decided to go with a Squidoo lens.  I have had more experience making Squidoo lenses than Hub pages, so I knew it would be a quicker process.

The topic of today’s website is Skype USB Phone Adapter Review.  I decided to do a review on something I owned and had experience using.

Also, I picked this product because it is available on both Amazon.com and Ebay.com, in hopes of getting some affiliate commissions if anyone buys the Skype phone adapter as well.

Time wise, it took about an hour and a half to get the images, setup the layout, find a YouTube video, and write all the content.

I will still need to promote the lens, which I will do after I finish this blog post.

Let me know below what you think of the lens that I put together, so I can make both improvements to the lens I made today, and others I will make in the future.

Be sure to stay tuned for Day 2 tomorrow!

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4 Responses to “OAPD: Day 1 – Skype Related Lens”

  1. The image is a bit small to be able to tell. I actually thought I’d end up on your lens. It’s a good idea to just tackle one thing per day. I tend to try to do several things. Maybe I pick up on your idea 🙂

  2. Hi Marc,

    Great idea! By focusing on assets, do you plan to create/build a vehicle a day that will generate revenue now and into the future? So it could be a lens to promote one of your blogs, an affiliate landing page, or a new information product to sell on Clickbank? How many days is this challenge scheduled to run? I’ll definitely return for day 2. Love it!

    Much success to you,

  3. Thanks for the comments Xarah and Judith.

    Judith, the plan is to make at least one website, hub, lens, etc. per day that will generate revenue now and into the future. I will be focusing on creating ones that don’t require any work after they have been launched.

    They will be used to market my blogs, other sites I own, affiliate landing pages, etc. I don’t quite have a roadmap of what I am doing completed yet, but it will include all of the above for sure.

    I will for sure continue this challenge to myself for at least thirty days, but I am hoping that it will become a way of life. Just like blogging each day, building a website or two will become part of my routine.

  4. Marc, Thank you for your comments. I’m inspired and motivated by your self-challenge. I now plan to challenge myself similarly, but on a smaller scale. I just subscribed to your RSS feed, and I’ll be pleased to follow your daily progress. What a wonderful plan! Thanks for the fabulous nudge.


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