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A good swimming in deep waters

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by zuludmg97, Jul 17, 2015.

  1. zuludmg97

    zuludmg97 Newbie

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    Hello,
    As the title suggests I am new to the world of BHW what I am looking for in this post is some advice from some of the more senior members. I have spent the past two weeks reading many of the articles on this forum, and have picked some of them to try to make some of my first money on. Unfortunately I have not managed to turn o profit of yet, and in fact have not earned a single cent.

    I understand that there is a learning curve, and I am not only willing but excited to work toward what I want to achieve. (living on my online income alone) What I am hoping for is some advice to help project me toward my goal faster. My long term plan is to host a review site that directs traffic toward affiliate products. (Amazon or other) I currently own a domain and hosting service, but have no skills in website building or coding. I will be outsourcing the website building, and am looking for money to fund the creation maintenance, and article writing for the site(I will write articles myself as well, but smurfs will be needed to increase content amount.)

    My current finances cannot support the expenses for these set up cost, and that is why I want to earn it in other ways. Besides I figure earning the money online to fund a project to earn money online is the best way to gain experience.

    I appreciate your time, and if you're willing your help,
    A drowning noob
     
  2. jb1rd78

    jb1rd78 Regular Member

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    My first suggestion would be to learn how to create a website. These days, CMS platforms are pretty user friendly such as Wordpress, Weebly, Wix. They don't require much tech skills at all. YouTube has tons of free tutorials. Matter fact, I learned a great deal from simply signing up to Weebly (free by the way) and just playing around with it. Took me about a week to get the hang of it. This alone would save you some $ for start up, and in the long run.
     
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  3. karabar

    karabar Newbie

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    amazon aff sites with good photos don't need a high level of design or article writing, go with wordpress and put a few articles up and then see if you need to invest money in