TheMadScientist - 7:59 am on Apr 24, 2011 (gmt 0) [edited by: TheMadScientist at 8:03 am (utc) on Apr 24, 2011]
Great post My_Media ... I'm sure you'll get jumped all over for it, but it's the same theory I've been working with for quite a while and have actually been waiting for the day the algo would start catching up with what I've been trying to do for a long time ... I only work on a handful of sites for a reason, and it's not because I couldn't build great automation and replication, but imo it's the wrong direction for the long-run, and I think getting into the review, product and/or regurgitation game is a dead-end too ... I think one of the keys to long term success is building something different and unique, but from what I've seen most people don't do that ... (It's so much faster and easier to build regurgitated automated content it's not even funny.) ... I could easily build 100 automated sites in the time it takes me to build one and I could easily create another site like someone else has and try to out do them, but that's not the direction I think is best for the long-term ... I'm sure there are many who can claim better earnings from their sites than I can today, but I wonder who will be ahead in 3, 5 or 10 years? Only time will tell, but I've been waiting a long time for something like this update ... I actually thought it would happen sooner.
[edited by: TheMadScientist at 8:03 am (utc) on Apr 24, 2011]