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  Coffee Fair Webmaster - Maleah!   Hi my name is Maleah and I own the Coffee Fair site. I love adding new coffee recipes to my site and I'm happy to share them with everyone.  

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Coffee Fair - Delicious hot, cold and iced coffee recipes (secret family recipes) plus all kinds of fun coffee related stuff.
Coffee Fair also has a listing of websites that give away free coffee samples, it has a section about coffee myths, some coffee humor I collected over time, and some of my favorite coffee related video's too. Almost forgot I have a coffee e-book (free) there for you too!
 
Something I've been told by family is that my "find the man in the coffee beans" photo on my home page is somewhat distracting, but I like it too much so as the webmaster I've decided it'll stay! I saw it while surfing for coffee graphics one day. Well, I could NOT find the guy in the beans so I decided to put it on my home page to see if anyone else had better luck them me and it's been there ever since.

Coffee Fair, www.coffeefair.com - Webmaster and online business owner success story question. How did you get involved in your particular "niche" for your chosen online business.
 Coffee Fair, www.coffeefair.com - Online business owner and Webmaster success story answer. It started with some coffee recipes I collected over a few years. My family has been coffee fans for as long as I remember and I'm sure they put coffee in my bottle though it hasn't been confirmed yet or nobody in my family will admit it. Anyways, so I went to Godaddy and located a domain name I liked - Coffee Fair. You know a fair is fun place and it had to do with coffee! I collected all the family recipes and put them on a single page to start and then added pages as time went on. Eventually I began learning about SEO, Google ads, affiliate programs and  the like. When I received my first Google deposit  I thought it was great, then when I started to receive my affiliate commission checks I knew it was no longer just for the family and that I had a real online business!

Coffee Fair, www.coffeefair.com - Webmaster and online business owner success story question. What is your favorite part or what do you like best about running your own online business?
 Coffee Fair, www.coffeefair.com - Online business owner and Webmaster success story answer. My favorite part is that I control when and where I want to work on my site. If I've had a tough day at my job I can come home, relax and not even think about turning on my computer. If I do decide to check links, update pages or spruce up my site a bit I grab my laptop, sit out on the lanai and then get to being creative. So I like the flexibility the best, it's not the type of business where I have do certain things at certain times, besides most of the time I don't even think about it as a business, more like my hobby that pays me which is nice.

Coffee Fair, www.coffeefair.com - Webmaster and online business owner success story question. What is your biggest challenge as a webmaster & site owner and how do you overcome it?
 Coffee Fair, www.coffeefair.com - Online business owner and Webmaster success story answer. At the beginning it was just learning how to make the actual pages and setting up the navigation so my visitors wouldn't get turned off. Later after I added Google and received my first payment I scrambled to learn about how to generate more visitors and get listed higher in the search engines. I spent many an hour in the early days learning about search engines, content, key words and all that stuff but it paid off in the end with better search listings and more traffic. Though just getting beyond my one page of recipes was a challenge, the biggest has been in generating good traffic, so I expanded into link trades, traffic programs and other things but haven't gotten around to article writing or getting more involved in the social network type of marketing, yet anyways.

Coffee Fair, www.coffeefair.com - Webmaster and online business owner success story question. If you had to do it all over again, what is the one thing you would change if you could?
 Coffee Fair, www.coffeefair.com - Online business owner and Webmaster success story answer. I would have done more research into how to build a website correctly the first time around. The version I have now is actually my third version. I started with my single page of recipes, then bought a template package that looked great but was way to advanced for the software I had at the time (it required flash software) so I did what I could with it for months before finally tossing it all away and starting over again from scratch. The site I have now is actually just a basic kind of site where I placed graphics, colors and other things in it to make it look the same throughout the site. So it was free and I just learned as I went along, experimented, and tried new things.

Coffee Fair, www.coffeefair.com - Webmaster and online business owner success story question. What would you tell a person reading this about starting their own online business?
 Coffee Fair, www.coffeefair.com - Online business owner and Webmaster success story answer. Find something you're passionate about is the most important thing because without that you'll lose interest fast. I say don't just go into it thinking you're going to start a business online and then make a bunch of money and then be able to walk away from your real job. If you think of it as a hobby or as something you're interested in like how coffee is to me, then what you're doing is "fun" and the money follows naturally. Like I said earlier, I can do what I want to with my website when I want to, and the extra money is nice but it was never the reason for my site. So I'd close by saying do your site or blog about what you're interested in first, then worry about affiliate links, Google or anything else sometime later.

Thank you for visiting this online webmaster success story interview - we appreciate it! To learn more about how YOU can earn through free affiliate programs and affliiate marketing, be sure to visit our Affiliates for Beginners page!We hope you gained some insight into what it's like to run your own online business. We appreciate the time Maleah took for our Success Story interview and have asked her to provide some great links for you - be sure to check them out today!   David & Margie

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