If I’m quiet lately it’s because I’ve been feverishly trying to work out the final bugs in my new online advertising system called ScratchBack.com.
I must say that I’m beyond thrilled with how it turned out and me and my team are pumped up about releasing it. I truly believe that what we’ve built is totally original, fun and can help all website publishers and bloggers earn a few bucks as an alternative to other online ad systems they’ve tried before.
The only things that concern me right now are…
1. If I do a major launch I’m worried that I might crash my server. This happened to me last year with Awesome Milllion and I don’t want to see it happen again. I use Rackspace, and my server is pretty bad-ass, but you never know.
2. Bugs. A handful of beta testers have been working the system pretty hard. But until my team finds every little thing; I don’t want to launch.
3. Fear. When you believe in something so much, and you invest so much time and money into it, there is a definite fear of launching it and seeing it fail, or people hating it. But that’s something every entrepreneur has to deal with.
I believe in this product, and I can’t wait to show the world. Must be patient though.