For the last few months, I have been working away on College Crunch, and one of the things that sticks out most so far in my time there is how much work there is to do. Every time we finish one section, on post, one page, or one idea, there are one thousand more that need to be done. Each new page leads to another that should be made and each new post leads to other posts that would support the initial one.
The project is never ending, and almost requires an exponentially growing amount of work to be dedicated to it.
Ryan and I have been working very hard on the site, and have seen a number of decent size social media successes on the site, but more importantly, we are starting to see a strong number of good search results leading people to the site, and that is the key to deciding if this project is going to be a success or a failure.
If you haven’t checked out College Crunch, then you are missing a great example of how to build out a site that makes money.