Project #3: Clean 100 Emails

Project3-ImageProject URL: http://www.clean100emails.co/

Idea: A website where you give me a list of 100 emails and I clean them for you, in terms of validation, for sending newsletters. 100 emails, in 24 hours.

Problem I think it solves: Everyone’s building an email list these days, but email list cleaning services tend to get expensive – I wanted to provide a limited free solution.

Status: 9 days left on the free trial from pop.co

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Project #2: TL;DR-Email

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Project URL: http://www.tldremail.co/

Idea: A website where you input a long article link or the link to an email and I send you a summary of that via email, within 24 hours, for free.

Problem I think it solves: Interesting articles are too long (maybe more for SEO and less for busy humans?), so I try and summarize articles for people.

Status: 8 days left on the free trial from pop.co

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Project #1: I Write Your Content

Project1-ImageProject URL: http://www.iwriteyourcontent.co/

Idea: A website you can use to hire ghostwriters. Only it’s just me. And I wouldn’t do it for free.

Problem I think it solves: Blogs need content. I write content. Profit?

Status: 7 days left on the free trial from pop.co

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Why am I doing this?

I started 30 Tiny Projects as a result of comments I received about talking more about my idea. So here it is – the basic tell-all blog.

My idea isn’t new – others have done and are doing it, in one form or another – but that won’t stop me. I’ll mention other projects like this in another post.

1. I launched the first project on January 28th: http://www.iwriteyourcontent.co/
I admit it was rough and was only put together in a few minutes. I just wanted to launch something so bad, I ignored one simple fact: Would people trust and want this? See project stats here:

2. Launching projects is fun for me. Interacting with people, doing marketing, hoping someone might end up paying you $85.000 – that’s exciting stuff. Most of all, I’m trying to find out how to bridge the gap from writer to marketer and product creator.

Will I be successful? I have no idea, but I’m sure going to try every day!