A Journey to Financial Independence through Video Games

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  1. Marshall Adler
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    Hey, I love the way you did this article, with a lead into people who want to get paid to play video games and then connecting the dots to Wealthy Affiliate. Perfect tie in for this niche market. However, I myself am an online gamer and many of my friends are gamers too. We all play and get paid on Twitch but I agree that if you want to be a pro gamer with your own website, traction, traffic, and conversions, sustaining a successful business online is best done on WA!

    • Captain Murasa
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      Hahaha, I started this blog with the intent of growing my community. Never thought I could make money out of it after realizing that most of the big earners have sponsorships!

  2. abioye olalekan
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    I am highly elevated with what i have read here. the points here are welll arranged and i am pretty sure this will enhance and lift up my carrer heavily if i follow the steps dully.
    thanks to the author of this article

  3. Muhiyb
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    Nice wwrite up Captain Murasa. 

    I’d love to back up your points on web host provider. I consider websites hosted on free platforms craps, it shows unprofessionalism. I greatly detest seeing websites/blogs with hosting providers names attached to the blog url. It limits the site’s performance and outreach. There are as well some hosting provider that offers free unlimited hosting, but I bet, they can frustrate life out of someone. I’ve once been there. 

    • Captain Murasa
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      Great point. I remember trying to make my own website so long ago on a free website. It also looked really crappy too and it was a very frustrating experience too. I won’t deny it was a great way to learn though!

  4. Rawk
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    Regarding WordPress, the only real reason I’d want a paid plan right now is to activate CSS customization, and then I’d feel hesitant about doing too much with it due to fear of everything blowing up if/when the plan expires.

    • Captain Murasa
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      No, you could have CSS customization, but you’d have to be super creative and the know-how to do that. (Which I don’t know how, honestly.)
      There are other benefits to having it paid, but Blogger used to be able to have your own domains (for free!) before that’s disabled. Sad that’s not available right now.

      The other thing is that your website will fade away if you don’t maintain it, so it’s suggested that you should always have backups.

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