I’m happy to announce the creation of my newest web project, Bennachti.Com, a web magazine site primarily intended for women. The site has a beautifully designed professional theme. This is the first time I’ve ever purchased a theme.
I used to make themes, back in the days when I owned a webdesign company. Since then, the production of WordPress themes has become a big business, with many talented designers producing themes far more complex than I am capable of creating.
The Bennachti Project is where I’m moving a lot of content from other sites, notably HubPages. I will add articles that I’ve removed from some of my blogs during the past few years.
In addition I’ve been writing new articles for the site. Topics for the site cover everything that would be of interest to a Proverbs 31 woman. I sat down and made a list of the issues mentioned in that chapter of the Bible. Included will be relationships, food, fashion, homemaking, children, family issues, personal care, health, arts and crafts, finances, careers, book and movie reviews, pets and blogging.
I’m considering closing some small sites I’ve gained little traction on so that I can move everything to Bennachti. I want to grow the site to thousands of pages and invest most of my energy there, and of course, at my family rights website, FightCPS. That’s still a very important and vital issue – one I’ll continue to pursue so long as there are children unfairly removed from their parents.
I haven’t written about CPS at the Bennachti site yet, though I’ve considered moving some of my HubPages CPS articles over there.
I’m trying to add a new article to the Bennachti web project every day. One article each day is about all I can handle. I put a lot of effort into them, using images that will look good at Pinterest.com. I want them to be pinned, because Pinterest is an awesome source of blog traffic these days.
Yesterday I wrote a new article for Bennachti… What To Do If Your Child Won’t Brush Her Hair. I got the idea from a conversation I read at Facebook. I used some of their ideas, and added some of my own.
So far the site has four new articles I’ve written for Bennachti, plus one I transferred from a blog I closed last year… and the rest of the articles were moved from Squidoo to HubPages to Bennachti.
One article per day is a doable goal, so long as I don’t have to go anywhere or do anything else. On days when I have group Bible studies or other things to distract me, it is hard for me to focus on getting an article posted. My solution will be to do fewer outside activities while I’m trying to build the Bennachti site.
So far traffic numbers are extremely low so I’m hoping to have at least 300 pages there by the end of 2015 and some traction in search engine results. Right now the pages are being listed but I’m not getting enough traffic. I guess I’ll have to try harder, keep trying, and be consistent.