Well, folks, I’m happy to let you all know that this site is growing at what I consider a spectacular rate with a DAILY average of over 100 people signing up for our newsletter/site updates!
Yes, you read that right! Over 100 per day… every day… this is great! The goal of any site owner is to get more readers, because well if no one is reading then there really isn’t any use in writing.
Writing without readers… well that’s like talking to yourself just to hear your own voice with no one else in the room.
Thankfully, that’s not the case here on MDCreekmore.com because our readership is growing and our subscriber numbers are too…
I’m also happy to say that sales of my Bulletproof Survivor CD have been phenomenal with a large number ordered in the past seven days!
I’ve been working 12 to 15 hours a day trying to get all of the orders packaged and shipped out!
If the orders keep coming in at the current volume I’m going to have to make it unavailable for new orders until I can catch up with the demand. Thank you all for your support and patience it’s greatly appreciated.
As for preps and homesteading progress this week I didn’t get a lot done (but I did mail over 500 copies of The Bulletproof Survivor), other than planting more tomatoes and peppers.
By the way, if you’ve not signed up for my FREE courses then please do that at the links below:
And, just in case you missed it… I published parts one and two of my alternative power sources articles this week:
- Alternative Energy Sources For The Homestead Part One – Solar Power
- Alternative Energy Sources For The Homestead Part Two – Wind Power
Parts three and four will be published next week… I hope you enjoy and find those useful.
And, as always, if you have any questions feel free to email those to me. I do my best to answer every email but please be patient because sometimes I get behind and it can take awhile to catch up. Thank you.
Okay, now over to you…
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