| 2:13 pm on Jan 9, 2005 (gmt 0)|
I know this may sound like a cliche, however
more than $, dedication and a hunger for success is required.
good luck with your project.
and never ever assume:
|i dont have any skills to make great online websites stores like you guys.. |
| 2:21 pm on Jan 9, 2005 (gmt 0)|
You must do lots of research into this.
I think you must find a website thats ranks ok for any term, and work on that website.
You dont need very many skills for this just find more about the topic make loads of new pages, get more inbound links and take it from there. I find that it is better to get a website that your interested in it makes it fun to watch it grow and become a good money maker.
I think the only money you need is to buy the website.
But the other guys n gals here will have a better idea for you ;)
| 2:22 pm on Jan 9, 2005 (gmt 0)|
yea..i too always work for "never say die" and try to give my best in what ever i do...
I have able to run my other website successfully...and now wanted to capitalize on its profits to move further up the ladder...but i accept till now i dont have skills to run ecommerce website lie you guys..i am trying to learn lot with each day passing by..although i have very less time for this due to my studies pressure...
| 2:33 pm on Jan 9, 2005 (gmt 0)|
I don't think the idea of buying a forum and putting ads on it for $1500 or less will work out. I could be wrong. Depends on the forum. aybe I just have had bad luck buying websites. My first decent website was one page - wasn't sure I wanted to commit $15 + money for hosting and used a free host instead - 2 months later it was pulling in $3k a month.
Do more research. READ a LOT. Find something you enjoy. I am not saying go with a free website, but for $1500 - you can actually do a lot.
Promote affiliate related stuff. Find a niche. FInd your own path.
You may fail. You probably will fail. So did I - so did many others, but eventually you will either find a way or give up.
Look at your logs and study your last website - the answer could be right in front of you.
| 8:42 pm on Jan 9, 2005 (gmt 0)|
If you were able to earn $1500 from just one website chances are you can successfully replicate your original idea, with a few tweaks, and improve that score. No matter how long it took, that money is a measure of your success. If you buy a forum and move into new territory you might waste precious resources.
With less than 10% of the money you have earned you can build around your original plan and have the added benefit of acquiring even more knowledge unique to your situation. It is this acquired knowledge that will make the difference. Buying someone else's work will not offer any revelations. As mentioned before, you must become a student of the game.
| 8:59 pm on Jan 9, 2005 (gmt 0)|
I agree - I would reinvest that 1500 into your existing site - whether that buys you paid directory listings or quality PPC traffic - whatever it takes to get your net income up on the existing site - then start working on a new project.
| 10:17 pm on Jan 9, 2005 (gmt 0)|
|i was thinking to buy some forum based community website...so as to try my luck over ads in there...is there any place where i can look for this..where running websites are sold.. |
I think it would be a great idea to start (not buy) a discussion forum and use ads to make a little extra money while you build links and pagerank on the site. It will take a while to get results, but it costs next to nothing to create the site.
As mentioned above, it's not just money, it's dedication. SO true..
| 6:15 pm on Jan 11, 2005 (gmt 0)|
Start a site about something that you love. Enjoying the subject matter puts a lot more fuel in the tank. I am 3 years into development on a product and believe me, being genuinely interested in the project is the only thing that got me this far.
| 8:02 pm on Jan 17, 2005 (gmt 0)|
In my experience, forums are not especially profitable, especially just to start one up. It will take you a long time to get a good base of people going so that the forum is interesting, worthwhile, and self-sustaining. Taking care of the forum can be a real pain as well. Advertising networks often won't run ads on forums.
If you do start a forum, make sure that it is focused in one area.