I’m having a crappy day, so I thought I’d make a post about something that goes pretty well for me: online marketing. Online marketing is often called Internet Marketing, or Affiliate Marketing. I like online marketing, because it doesn’t have the negative connotations the other two. Hell, as often as not, I see people doing the virtual head shake of sadness at those poor internet marketers who never make a dime, and snarling at the idea affiliate marketers essentially work on commission.
In the end though, whatever you want to call it, it boils down to this: I find a topic on the internet that people are interested in. I also find a product or service that meshes with what people want. Then, I create content on that topic that helps to answer the question people online have, and I recommend or refer them to the product or service I’ve found. If they decide to sign up, purchase, or subscribe to whatever I recommend, I get a commission of sorts.
So, I make a kick ass baked ravioli recipe.. And I took pictures of the process, only to find out that half the photos I took never actually stayed on my phone. So, I will present yummy baked ravioli without photos. Next time I make it, I’ll add photos in and remove this.
Backstory: Once upon a time, about 3 years ago, Buca di Beppo made a really, really excellent baked ravioli. Fantastic stuff, couldn’t get enough of it. However, there’s no Buca nearby, and they’re hard to get to. So after some looking online, and some experimenting, I came up with a kick ass baked ravioli recipe. It’s one of the recipes both mine and Pet’s family adore. I get requests for it frequently.
As far as I can tell, it’s pretty accurate to the old Buca di Beppo recipe. The new one they changed the ravioli on, and it uses mozzarella cheese, which ruins it. So, if you’ve been there in the last year and like that ravioli, this one is different, but excellent. And it’s easy! who doesn’t love an easy baked ravioli recipe?
This, is so my page looks that much less empty. And because it keeps telling me “We can’t find it” and it happens to be a great deal of nothing. So we found it, stop freaking out.