I don’t want to jump ahead of myself here, but I thought that I would just quickly update you all with how my new project PSDFAN.com is progressing.
To give you a brief summary:
Traffic is consistently reaching 1000+ unique visitors per day. (with 100+ return visits!)
RSS subscriber levels are creeping up.
I can feel the beginnings of a community
All very exciting news, and of course more motivation for me to keep writing the best tutorials that I possibly can. I’ve got some great tutorial ideas lined up, as well as cool stuff like a Flickr group, some opening competitions and much more!
I’ll keep you guys posted on the site’s progress, but so far, so good!
Following the launch of PSDFAN, my most ambitious project to date, things are looking good! My first two tutorials have been very well received, and whilst it’s really too early to provide accurate traffic details I will say that the site looks set to easily break 1000 visitors again today!
I have to say that I love this post-launch madness. It’s SO much work - promoting/writing content pretty much non-stop. However, if you look at how much the average person is willing to work, then by working as hard as you possibly can you really stand out from 99% of people out there. I just wish there were more hours in my day.
If you would like to check out the first two PSDFAN tutorials (and let me know what you think), then please click the thumbnails below:
It’s finally here! PsdFan.com has launched at long last! I’ll be posting more about the site tomorrow, as well as posting the first of many photoshop tutorials to come.
For now, just enjoy the site and please check back to it soon. It’s going to be great, trust me :).
I’ve completed the first tutorial for PSDFan! The site still isn’t live but should definitely launch this week. Just to give you a quick taster of this first tut I’ve attached the final image - a cool music themed wallpaper. Don’t ask me why I went with music imagery, it just felt right.
I’d really appreciate any opinions from people if they like the final result and are interested in knowing how I made it.