Introduction: I'm a 16-year old with some prior experience in making money online, primarly with Fiverr. I'll use a part of the money I earned with Fiverr to start my new project. The plan: So basically, I'll be creating a news website. In the beginning I'll focus one two niches. As I'm getting more visitors and hopefully some $$$, I'll start paying writers to write articles for me so I can focus more on driving traffic. I'll start with 4 articles a day (2 per niche). Only thing I'll invest in for now is a .com domain from Namecheap and a good hosting plan. I'll buy both soon, I'll upload a screenshot of the exact costs then. How will I drive traffic? So like I said, I'll only invest in the domain + hosting for now. No paid ads. I'll use primarily forums, Facebook and Reddit to drive traffic. I'm very familiar with Reddit, and used to drive thousands of visitors in a matter of a couple days to my previous blog. Basically I'll write specific articles for specific subreddits which they'll love, so my posts will get frequently upvoted = traffic. I'll also frequently post in forums and in Facebook groups to drive traffic. I'll also use Twitter and YouTube if I got the time. On YouTube, I'll for example live stream joint sessions of Congress and put a link to my website. Every $$$ I earn will go to writers, ads, and some tricks I'll try to pull off (you'll read more about this when I start doing it). Also, English is not my native language, but I have the premium version of Grammarly which I'll use to correct my articles. Edit: I forgot to tell about my monetization strategy. I'll try AdSense, and see how that works out. If I think it's paying too low, I'll try something else like native ads.