How We Made Over $17000 In Just One Month: Bloggers Passion Income Report

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So finally the wait is over. Here’s the Bloggers Passion income report for the month of November 2018 where we made over $17000 in just one month.

Last year during the Black Friday season (i.e November, 2017), we made over $13000.

Yes, you heard it right.

During this Black Friday season, Bloggers Passion made over $17000 in affiliate commission (all in one month).

Here’s where you’ll also discover the Black Friday case study where we’re going to talk about all the income and traffic sources along with the screenshots.

So what are you still waiting for? Grab a cup of coffee. Let’s dive into the details.

Bloggers Passion Income Report for November 2018

bloggers passion income report November 2018

Income sources for Bloggers Passion in November

Here’s a quick view of the income sources for Bloggers Passion income report for November, 2018.

  1. Selling SEO tools $8,416
  2. Bluehost $2,800
  3. Namecheap $281
  4. SiteGround $2,400
  5. WP Rocket $335
  6. Hostgator $675
  7. Template Monster $22
  8. WPX Hosting $935
  9. A2 Hosting $90
  10. Elegant Themes $247
  11. HostPapa $640
  12. Hostinger $195

Quick note: Since some of sales are not yet confirmed, so overall income numbers could be bit low. Most of web hosts confirm a sale after 30 days (as most have 30 days money back guarantee). We need to be as transparent as possible, that’s why sharing this quick note.

As you can see the above data, we made a grand total of $17,036 by selling 12 affiliate products from Bloggers Passion.

Let’s now briefly talk about each one of them (and we’ll also show you earning screenshots for few of them).

Made over $8k in commission through SEO tools: The #1 big thing is that we usually make a lot of affiliate sales from SEO tools. We promote a ton of SEO related tools. Using SEO tools, we made $8416 mostly from SEMrush, LongTailPro, WebCEO, SERPED etc.

Bluehost: We made 28 sales from Bluehost and generated $100 Per Sale which resulted in $2,800 in total affiliate commission.

bluehost earning

Namecheap: We made 53 sales from Namecheap which resulted in $281 in affiliate commission. Few of them came from selling domains and few of them are also from hosting and other domain extensions.

SiteGround: 20 sales are made with SiteGround and we got $120 per sale which helped us make an overall affiliate commission of $2,400 from SiteGround hosting.

siteground earning

Just 1 more sale from SiteGround would have resulted in few hundred affiliate commission as SiteGround pays $150 per each sale once we reach the monthly threshold limit of 21 sales. We also used Facebook ads (where we spend over $300) for promoting SiteGround related deal pages. More on this later in the same post.

WP Rocket: This is the first time we’ve ever promoted WP Rocket which is a premium WordPress cache plugin (we’ve not used it yet, but heard a lot of positive buzz around it). Using WP Rocket affiliate program, we made 23 sales where we end up getting an affiliate commission of $335.

wprocket data

HostGator: HostGator really disappointed us this year where we only generated 24 sales out of which 9 sales are confirmed so far and gave us $75 per sale which resulted in $675 overall affiliate commission.

Template Monster: We generated only 1 sale from Template Monster which gave us $22 per sale.

WPX Hosting: This time during the Black Friday week, we made 11 sales from WPX hosting which resulted in generating $85 per sale which is $935 in affiliate commission overall. It’s a great news to know that people are preferring even premium (high priced) hosting products like WPX hosting (where the basic pricing plans start at $25/mo).

wpx hosting earning

A2 Hosting: We made only 2 sales from A2 Hosting where we generate $90 in affiliate commission and this is the first time we promoted A2 hosting during the Black Friday week, so we’re creating a better plan to make more sales from this hosting next year.

Elegant Themes: We generated 4 sales from Elegant themes which is around $247 in affiliate commission.

HostPapa: 4 sales came from HostPapa hosting plans which generate $160 per sale that means, we made $640 in total affiliate commission from them and this is the first time we promoted HostPapa.

Hostinger: 2 sales came from Hostinger which helped us generate an affiliate commission of $195.

So there you go, we broke down all the results from 12 affiliate products that helped us earn over $17000 in just one month which is November, 2018.

Read: 24 Quick Tips To Increase Affiliate Sales From Your Affiliate Marketing Blog

Traffic sources for Bloggers Passion in November

Here are the traffic sources for Bloggers Passion for the month of Nov, 2018.

We generated 9,584 visitors to all the Black Friday related blog posts and deal pages. Here’s the screenshot of it.

Black Friday traffic

Here’s the overall traffic report for Bloggers Passion for the month of Nov, 2018.

overall traffic session

As you can see from the above screenshot, here are the traffic breakdown for Bloggers Passion.

  • Over 64,000 people visited the site in November
  • Over 130,000 pageviews generated
  • Bounce rate went down by nearly 9% for the November month

We also used Crazy Egg for tracking visitors behaviour (to clearly find out how many people are actually clicking and which products are getting more clicks and so on). Based on the experience, we also have changed the button colors from “yellow” to “green”.

Read: How to Setup An Affiliate Marketing Website And Make Money From It In 2019

Have a look at it.

crazy egg report

So there you go! If you’re really interested in driving more sales, we highly recommend you to start using a tool like Crazy Egg to measure your audience behaviour.

Top 5 Factors Which Helped Us Earn Over $17000 In One Month

Are you curious to find out the TOP factors that helped us earn over $17K in one month from Bloggers Passion (mostly during Black Friday week)? Here are few of them.

1. We had an amazing content marketing plan in advance

Content is the king. It doesn’t what industry you are in and what monetization source you use, without great content, there’s no way you can make profits online.

The fastest and PROVEN way to make more affiliate sales is to create a solid content marketing plan so you can drive better results in terms of search traffic, sales and conversions.

That being said, here are few quick tips you can try to create an amazing content marketing plan to boost your affiliate sales.

  • Before creating any blog post, ask yourself “what’s your one thing”. Is it increasing sales, drive more search traffic, get more blog comments and shares or something else? When you know your one thing, you can do much better with your content.
  • Create a persona for your target audience so you can easily find out what type of content works well for them.

2. We used Facebook ads (around $300)

We spent around $300 on Facebook ads to run promotions for few deal pages.

Here’s the first sponsored post on Facebook where we promote SiteGround Black Friday deal page where we spent over $265 which resulted in 185 link clicks and reached to over 5400 people.

fb ad budget

We also ran another ad on Facebook where we spent $50 for another SiteGround related post where we reached over 2400 people.

fb ads

We didn’t know the overall ROI for the money we spent on Facebook ads because we used the same affiliate referral links (without using any exclusive tracking links to notice the ROI from Facebook ads).

3. We diversified income sources

The best part about Black Friday season for 2018 was we diversified all the income sources. If you look at our last year’s Bloggers Passion Black Friday income report, almost 80% of the income came from one affiliate product.

But this time, we’ve relied upon 12 affiliate products to generate the overall affiliate commission of $17K in the month of November. This is a good news anyway. Because putting all the eggs in one basket will hurt you sooner or later.

We’ll also be trying even more new income sources and be prepared for them for the next year’s Black Friday season and we’ll try to increase the income level for the next year.

4. We gave more exposure to the “black Friday posts” within the website

For us, the #1 goal for the November month was “Black Friday week”. To be able to rank #1 for most keywords and also to increase the search rankings for existing deal pages.

Here are few of the tweaks we made to existing black Friday posts to give more exposure and search engine visibility to them. All of them helped us get more clicks and thus generate more affiliate commission.

  • High traffic posts: We included few deals within the high traffic posts. As high traffic posts generated a lot of traffic, so more exposure had been given to the deal pages as well (by interlinking, adding tables, call to actions and so on)
  • Added a ton of tables
  • Ranked #1 for most keywords
  • Added deals in the sidebar
  • Used Crazy Egg: As discussed above, Crazy Egg is a must have tool if you want to know how your audience are behaving on your site.

Read: Why No One Is Buying Your Affiliate Products And How to Fix It?

5. Off page SEO

Here are few off page SEO related changes we made (apart from updating blog posts on existing deal pages) on Bloggers Passion for bringing more search traffic and overall website sales in 2019.

Updated blog posts

The #1 thing we primarily focus on Bloggers Passion black Friday week is that we often update all the deal pages and blog posts that cover all the affiliate deals with new keywords. Also, almost every year, you’ll find new affiliate products with latest deals and discounts, so you’ll have to regularly update them in order to show proper deals.

Increased page speed

Bloggers Passion page loading times went up from loading in 2 seconds to within 500 milliseconds. That’s a HUGE boost up in website loading times, thanks to WPX cloud hosting feature.

WPX Hosting recently introduced WPX cloud to make your site loading times really faster. WPX Hosting internal tests show improvements from 50% to 320%, depending on the website configuration and resources. So if you’re looking to increase your affiliate sales, get a better and fastest hosting platform like WPX hosting.

Suggested reading: Unbiased WPX Hosting Review With 50% OFF: Is It Worth Paying For

Built backlinks

We used a some guest posts to build quality dofollow links to our deal pages. Apart from that, we also use the deal pages URLs to leave thoughtful comments on so many sites. All these link building methods helped us get better search rankings for most of the keywords.

Reduced bounce rate (from 75 to 68)

The best part about November month was, we focused mostly on increasing the page speed loading times which ultimately resulted in reduced bounce rates.

Do you want to know how much bounce rate we got for Bloggers Passion. We reduced the bounce rate from 75 to 68 (over 7%) within a month.

Here’s the screenshot of the Bloggers Passion reduced bounce rate.

bp bounce

As you can see about during the month November, 2018, Bloggers Passion got 67.92% of bounce rate which was reduced from 74.62% in the previous month which is Oct, 2018.

The #1 thing for reduce bounce rate is “increased page loading times”. We moved to WPX cloud which also helped us to increase the overall website loading times to a great extent. So if you’re looking to reduce your bounce rates, you should first improve your website speed. It’s as simple as that.

Few key learnings from Bloggers Passion Income Report

Here are few important learnings we learned during this Black Friday week for 2018. Some of them costed us a ton of money and sales so make sure to avoid those mistakes if you’re trying to make more sales in the next Black Friday sale which is going to happen in November 2019.

HostGator disappointed us

Last year, in 2017, we made over $10,000 in affiliate commission and most of that money came from HostGator.

Last year, we made 81 successful sales from Hostgator during the black Friday week and that helped us made over $10,000.

Hostgator: 81 Sales 81 x 125 = $10125

Hostgator pays $125 for each successful sale if you refer 21+ signups in a month. And we had over 81 successful referrals within a week. That means, through 81 signups we made over $10,000 by getting $125 commission for each signup.

This year, we end up making only 24 sales (out of which only 9 are confirmed sales so far) which resulted in only $675 in affiliate commission. That means, we went from making over $10,000 in 2017 to earning just a meager $675 in 2018 during black Friday week.

Here are 2 primary reasons for NOT earning much with HostGator this time.

  • HostGator offered low discounts (80% last year, this year they offered only 70% discounts)
  • Co-branded HostGator page wasn’t working (and we failed to notice it on time, we lost 2 days)

Let’s briefly talk about the major issues that happened with Bloggers Passion by promoting HostGator related pages.

HostGator reduced discounts by 10%

This could be the primary reason for less HostGator sign ups during this black Friday week as last year HostGator offered discounts up to 80% and most people who saw such massive discounts on HostGator hosting plans went ahead and signed up without thinking much.

But this year in 2018, HostGator offered discounts upto 70% and the conversions went down eventually. We don’t this could be the primary reason for drastic fell down of HostGator commissions but we think almost all of the affiliates who are promoting their plans lost a lot of revenue.

Read: 9 Killer Tips To Increase Affiliate Sales During Black Friday/Cyber Monday in 2019

Co-branded HostGator page wasn’t working

The unfortunate thing was Co-branded HostGator page wasn’t working (and we failed to notice it on time, we lost 2 days). We noticed on November 23rd, 2018 that the affiliate links we’re using on all the HostGator related deal pages were not working.

It means that, the people who visited the HostGator page didn’t see any deals and discounts so they have abandoned the page without purchasing anything.

By the time we noticed the link, it’s already 2 days late (the offer started running from 21st November, 2018), so we lost definitely a couple of hundred bucks in affiliate commissions.

Be prepared for last minute deals

We created a lot of last minute deals that we haven’t covered in the first year. There’s a ton of new deals came up and few affiliate marketing product managers emailed personally to promote their affiliate products (by offering huge discounts).

So we had to create exclusive deal pages for such last minute deals in a hurry but the good news is they all started ranking well and gave great revenue. Deals such as WP Rocket, Hostinger etc worked well even though we covered them in the last few days of November month which increased the overall net profits for Bloggers Passion income report.

Here’s a screenshot of few newly added deal page on Bloggers Passion.

black friday example

Read: Top 10 Best Managed WordPress Hosting Providers for High Traffic Sites

You’ll find new competitors showing up for the keywords

This is one of the biggest issues you might face as an affiliate marketer when targeting exclusive holiday seasons like black Friday week deals. You’ll be finding a lot of new sites ranking up above you and taking most of your search traffic and also sales.

The reason could be few authority sites with high DA (more than 70 DA) create exclusive black Friday deal posts and they rank higher because of their site age, domain authority, link metrics and so on.

The good news is that if you can prepare well in advance for the black Friday week by building quality links to your deal pages, you can still get into top 3 search results. It’s also better to be prepared for the last minute competitors showing up. Otherwise you’ll be devastated with the results.

Send targeted promotional emails

We used Drip for email marketing and we had around 8000 email subscribers during the black Friday week. We made sure to send both promotional and educational based emails about the affiliate products we promote to our email subscribers.

Although we hadn’t properly tracked email marketing results (we used the same affiliate links we were using at our blog posts and promotional ads, so we don’t know how many people actually signed up successfully through the email list).

So if you’re trying to make more affiliate sales especially during black Friday week, make sure to build a huge email list and send targeted promotional emails so you can generate some quick traffic to your deal pages and also increase your overall affiliate sales.

Top 10 Tips to Boost Your Affiliate Sales During Black Friday Week

Now if you’re looking for some PROVEN tips to increase your overall affiliate sales like we did here at Bloggers Passion during black Friday week, here are few amazing tips for you.

1. Start planning from now

Black Friday 2019 is one year from now on. So you’ve 1 complete year to plan for all the deals and discounts around the affiliate products you are going to promote. Just don’t sit and relax just because you think you’ve too much time which is around 1 year but plan in advance.

It’s better to create a set of affiliate product pages along with the deals by next month so you can start building links and optimize them for better keywords. You can also track those keywords to see how they are performing. Whether you know it or not, Google search traffic takes time so the sooner you start creating deal pages the better it is for you to start ranking early on Google.

Read: Can You Still Make A Living from Blogging?

2. Build a community

One of the easiest ways to boost your affiliate sales is to build a community around your blog. You can try these platforms to build a community.

  • Facebook group
  • Instagram profile (create a separate Instagram account for your website and talk only about the products, topics and services you cover on your blog)
  • Email list (an email list is a must whether you make money from it or not as it gives you an opportunity to quickly increase your traffic, branding and conversions)

That being said, here’s the Facebook group for Bloggers Passion.

fb group ex

The best part about using a community is they will instantly engage with your when you provide huge deals and discounts. That way you can definitely increase your affiliate sales no matter what industry you are in.

3. Focus more on optimizing for search

Whether you agree it or not, search traffic is the king of all traffic sources. Did you know that in 2017, Google accounted for over 79% of all global desktop search traffic, followed by Bing at 7.27%, Baidu at 6.55% and Yahoo at 5.06%?

Google is the king of all traffic sources and if you really want to boost your affiliate sales, you must optimize your deal pages and blog posts for search.

Whether you know it or not, Google receives over 63,000 searches per second on any given day and 50% of search queries are four words or longer so if you’re looking to get more traffic and sales to your site, focus on finding 4+ word long tail keywords.

4. Keep an eye on your competitor sites

One of the things most professional affiliate marketers always follow online: “competitor analysis”. No matter what industry you are in, if you want to boost your affiliate sales, make sure to spy on your competitor sites to find out what strategies they are using. This alone gives a ton of ideas on how to get more traffic, target better keywords, generate links and sales to your site.

Read: Black Friday Case Study: How I Made $2597 During Black Friday Sale? [With Screenshots]

5. Be ready to invest money if you’ve to

We invested money in the following things;

  • Content marketing (including creating new deal pages, updating existing deal posts and so on)
  • Guest posts (also building quality links), blog commenting and so on
  • Improving the overall user experience
  • Increasing the website speed and so on

So if you’re thinking about making more sales, be ready to invest money as nothing comes for free online.

6. Diversify your traffic sources

Although getting more visitors from search engines like Google is great and we often drive majority of the traffic from search engines every time when there’s a special discount such as black Friday deals going around. But it’s always better to diversify your traffic sources.

Why? You can never depend on just one traffic source and expect the best results. That being said, you can create multiple traffic sources and below are few of the best sources bloggers can use to get more traffic and sales.

  • Email lists
  • Paid promotions (using Facebook ads, Instagram ads and so on)
  • Blogger cross promotions
  • Social media marketing (such as creating an engaging Facebook group)

7. Make proper on-site changes

Make sure to spend quality amount of time to get ready for black Friday sales and you need to make a ton of on-site changes to make your keywords rank higher in search results.

The on-site changes include the following:

  • Adding new images and including image alt tags with proper keywords
  • Changing headlines and adding more long tail keywords
  • Increasing the site speed
  • Changing your sidebar with latest deals and discounts
  • Publishing your deal posts on the home page
  • Including your deal post URLs in the sidebar
  • And the list goes on

8. Create deal pages

Make a list of all the affiliate programs you promote on your blog. Also make a spreadsheet and list out all the potential deal pages you’re going to use on the next year black Friday week.

Also come up with a list of high potential keywords for the affiliate products you promote and make sure to create deal pages around them in advance.

Read: Top 20 Affiliate Marketing Tools And Plugins List to Skyrocket Your Sales In 2019

9. Your website speed can make or break your affiliate sales

If there’s only ONE thing that could make or break your affiliate marketing success, it is this: your website speed.

It doesn’t matter how many deals and discounts you provide, if your site is taking more than 3 seconds to load, you’ll see 53% drop (according a research).

Here are few tools to check your site speed.

  • WebPageTest: This the industry standard for measuring site performance and the results are collected from real browsers running common operating systems (so an essential tool to find the real performance of your site)
  • Pingdom: It’s a simple tool which makes makes it easy for you to know website loading times and also gives you a grade score out of 100.
  • GTmetrix: It gives you actionable insights about the best way to optimize your website speed

10. Aim for the best, prepare for the worst

You are capable of more than you know. If we can make it, you too do the same thing. It’s just a matter of time and consistent practice. Choose a goal that seems right for you and strive to be the best, however hard the path.

Aim high, start taking small actions and you will succeed in affiliate marketing. The key here is to aim for the best and always (ALWAYS) prepare for the worst.

We had few hiccups with Grammarly online proofreading tool (where we made around $1500 in affiliate commission) but lost our affiliate account because of one small issue. So always work really hard and prepare for anything that comes your way.

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Final thoughts about Bloggers Passion income report for November 2018

If you enjoyed reading the Bloggers Passion income report and black Friday case study for 2018, do share it social networks. Hopefully you might have learned few key things to boost your affiliate sales.

Let us know what you think about our case study and Bloggers Passion traffic and income report for 2018 in the comments below.

Anil Agarwal

Anil Agarwal who owns Bloggerspassion.com, is a full-time blogger and SEO expert who has been helping people build profitable websites for over a decade. Bloggers Passion has been featured on premium online sites like Forbes.com, Huffingtonpost, SEMrush, Problogger, Crazy Egg, The Next Web and so on.

19 Comments

  1. Naresh Kumar says:

    First of all congratulations on the sales in one month, after all the hard work and dedication paid off, you have given so much time and effort in the industry.

  2. Derek Marshall says:

    Firstly well done on your success, $17k in a weekends work is a tremendous achievement!. Thanks for the great tips that I am looking at right now. You have got me planning already for my new blog (launched Jan 2 days ago!). Being the first year making money is a little bit unlikely but with black Friday deals around month 11, there is strong hope for a profitable first year!.

    Thanks for those tipss bro!

  3. Harshit Raikwar says:

    Really awesome figures, Anil brother.

    I inspired a LOT by seeing this stuff.

    You’re a GREAT player in the industry.

    By the way, I have little knowledge around affiliate marketing topic but I’ll improve my online marketing skills.

    Learned a LOT from this incredible post.

    Selling products and referring visitors is an ART.

    When I saw sales screenshots above, it made me too happy and motivated. I thought (When Anil buddy can do, then I can definitely do too.

    I’ll prepare myself first time for the Black Friday deal in this year, 2019.

    Facebook ads just here shows us money makes MORE money in the businesses.

    Keep inspiring us, carry on, work super hard.

    All the best,
    Harshit Raikwar

    • Anil Agarwal says:

      Hi Harshit, thanks for the appreciation. Selling products online is not so easy. You’ll master it only with time. The more you spend time analysing what works, the better results you can get. Keep rocking.

  4. Naina jethwani says:

    Really a detailed information about the subject matter. You have shared important data with pictures will help all the novice in this field , including me. I have learned from your blog and I hope , will also earn. Waiting for next black Friday and wishing you all the best.

  5. Enstine Muki says:

    Congratulations bro.
    You know Hostgator has generally bad record so that explains why their conversion is been too bad these days. Their rating by customers is too poor which is bad and getting them down the scale.

    I’m sure BlackFriday 2019 will generate more income for you

    • Anil Agarwal says:

      Hi Enstine, glad to see you here. Yes, Hostgator has a bad record and their conversion rates are going down everytime. It’s high time we need to look for other better alternatives. Hopefully you made some sales too.

  6. Venkatesh kumar says:

    Hi Anil,
    Thanks for sharing this case study. You’re really consistent with your black friday results and happy to see the good figures. It’s really help me to make a plan for next black friday.I do have a doubt and I hope you clear this out. I worked harder for this black friday and ranked top 10 for most of the results with my less than 20 domain authority website. But I’m not see any promising results. Is it not enough ranking top 10 results? Only top 3 results is very important? This question can help lot of people who reading the comment. Thanks in advance

    Regards,
    Venkatesh kumar

    • Anil Agarwal says:

      Hi Venkatesh, yes we’re consistent with the black Friday results but this time we anticipated even more sales (but as said in the above case study, we had few glitches with HostGator), so failed to meet the expectations. Yes, if you’re ranking on the first 3 results, you’ll end up getting more sales. Almost 90% of the visitors click on top 3 search results!

  7. Web Tech Preneur - Divesh Diggiwal says:

    You Guys really have done a great sale, Well I was also in this Sale but I Just made only $548, My some posts were ranking into top 5 but I lost my rank when sales start because some new pages start appearing on SERP, and I kicked out. My Bluehost and Siteground deal page was raking on the 2nd page of Google that was really bad for me.

    • Anil Agarwal says:

      $500 is not too shabby especially when you’re doing it for the first time. Just follow the strategies we shared here and you’ll be able to make even more by next year. All the best!

  8. Kulwant Nagi says:

    I am impressed by seeing such big numbers. 🙂

    Best wishes for the next time.

  9. Santanu says:

    This is an awesome case study Anil. You simply rocked the affiliate marketing space by sharing all these proofs with 100% transparency. Creating SEO optimized deal pages and ranking them is the key to success in affiliate marketing and you have proved it.
    I have 1 question to ask you regarding Facebook Ads. Personally, I tried Facebook Ads 1-2 times but never understood whether it is landing to right crowd or not, as I did not understand the return. I am talking about choosing the interesting part. Could you please share some tips or experience about how to work on FB ads through an article or maybe through your FB group.
    This is a masterpiece article. Shared. 🙂

    • Anil Agarwal says:

      Hi Santanu, thanks for the detailed comment and appreciation. Yes, I prefer being honest with my audience because I know affiliate marketing is all about being transparent with people. You can’t survive in the long run if you’re being a crook! Regarding the FB ads, I take some help from the people who are good at running FB ads.

  10. Philip V Ariel says:

    Hi Anil,
    Indeed a lot of things to rejoice this year with your income report.
    But sad to note some of the bad things happened along, the Hostgator incident as well as the Grammarly incident.
    Even in spite of all such adverse effect you could win the market well.
    Good going. Keep it up, my friend.
    Keep writing and keep sharing.
    PS:
    By the by I noticed your page opted for a non-copy option, why you did this? do you have the fear of copying your content by some copycats? But a sad thing I can say with this option is that if someone wants to comment on your post by copying some portion of it to add in the comment it will not be possible thus you miss a good value-added comment.
    Thanks
    Philip

    • Philip V Ariel says:

      Hey Anil Sorry, My mouse cheated me!
      Yes, I am talking about my comment’s PS:
      Really sorry your page is ok, but my mouse got stuck. 🙁
      Keep going.
      Thanks
      Phili

    • Anil Agarwal says:

      Hi Philip, glad to read your incredible comment and appreciate it. Yes, both Grammarly and HostGator didn’t work out well but those things are part of the game. No one’s to blame here. Thanks for stopping by.

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