Well the usual renewal notice for my long running TV blog has come up and has been renewed, however it struck me just how stale the website has become. Once we had over 3,000 hits a day, now we are down to something like 30. To be honest the last bouts of blog updates were really done to try and stop this decay, but it didn’t seem to make any difference. Obviously from a blog owner perspective this is slightly depressing and cheap television has gone neglected for the past year or so.
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Ok the team the run the cheap televisions blog have decided to see if anyone would be interested in buying the cheaptelevision.co.uk blog or be prepared to invest in the site. With increasing commitments to personal lives it is becoming harder for us to maintain the cheap television blog to the extent that we really want to. So we had a chat and thought the site would be perfect as an advertising platform for a retailer specialising in cheap electronic goods, obviously TVs, but also related good like Blu-Ray DVD players and home entertainment surround sound systems. Alternatively someone like Tesco might finally want to step up and take the online cheap television fight to the likes of Amazon and use the site as a digital outlet.
Any thoughts are welcome. We have been running cheap televisions for years now, hunting for all those bargain deals, TV offers, the odd LCD review, etc and it has served us well and taught us a lot but maybe now is the time to part company. Hopefully to a company that can really take it forwards in the way we would have liked to but just don’t have the money to invest ourselves. Any interest in buying or investing in cheap televisions should be directed to leewelton @ msn.com (minus the spaces).
The cheap television team…
October was a bit of a funny month for Cheap Televisions, the site didn’t get updated as much as the team would like for several reasons. School holidays, financial half year ends, family commitments, house moves and so on. All very boring I know, you guys probably just want to know what the best cheap TV deals are in the run up to Christmas?! Well the cheap televisions team is back and will be hunting the internet daily for those bargain Christmas offers on LCD and plasma televisions.
Our blogging team are constantly hunting for cheap TV voucher and discount codes from the major consumer electrical shops like Amazon, Currys, Comet, Tesco, john Lewis and so on. We spend what seems like hours sifting through the often tedious and badly designed UK voucher and discount code sites hunting for any cheap TV related deals.
August was a very busy month for everyone involved in the cheap televisions project. We finally migrated to a new host which seems both cheaper, faster and more reliable (so far anyway). The redesign of cheap televisions was also implemented which we hope you would agree is much more aesthetically pleasing than the previous design? We’ve also got our heads down and brought you more TV deals, the odd bargain LCD, TV entertainment news and random television blog posts than in any previous month.
A few weeks ago on this here cheap televisions blog I mentioned the current 12 months half price deal for customers returning to Sky TV I received in the post. So after much pondering I finally decided to give in and take Sky up on the offer using a promotional discount code, it’s much cheaper than normal and I do love a television related bargain. Rather than just sticking with the television packs I had previously with Sky television I decided to also add the Sky Sports package which with the offer comes in at a reasonably cheap £20 a month!
The cheap televisions blogging team would like to know what TV related goodies you would like to see on our blog? Things along the lines of what TV shows would you like the cheap team to look at. What TV pictures and images should we add to the gallery? And what TV news and reviews would you like to see?
We want to create a new home cinemas gallery on cheap televisions so are putting out the call on our TV blog asking for people to send us pictures of their home cinemas. It doesn’t matter how big or how small your home cinema system we want to see it. We’ve seen some amazing home cinemas on the internet particularly in the USA so want to see if we here in the UK can do it just as good (although we will accept pictures from all over the world).