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How much would you pay for automated income?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by AmazinAzn, Dec 12, 2009.

  1. AmazinAzn

    AmazinAzn Regular Member

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    I've been able to develop a method that's almost fully automated and from the moment the site goes live it can start earning you $1-$12 within the first day. I was considering flipping some of these sites but not exactly sure how much I want to sell them at, so what do you think would be a good starting price?
     
  2. GloCk99

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    mmmm interesting. I guess you would work out the daily average. say $6. Then get the monthly average and multiple by about 6 months. probably where the going rate is at, at the moment. Would all depend on how stable the method is though.... pm me if you decide to sell.
     
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  3. AmazinAzn

    AmazinAzn Regular Member

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    Thanks Glock for the info. The sites have the potential to make much more money and will continue to make money as long as you like.
     
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    Sounds interesting. According to GloCk99, one site with $1-$12 daily income might go for about $1000.

    Well, can you give more details on this. For example, how much maintenance it will require? And can you show proof of traffic and earnings for a sample site?

    And, are you interested in selling the method too?
     
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    SebastianJu Power Member

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    How Black- or Whitehat is this method? And how are the chances that this system will run in the long term. (Example BANS-Shops)

    That would be important points for me when I would be a buyer...

    Greetings!
    Sebastian
     
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    I would buy 1 and can help you with making them large scale. I have a team, PM me
     
  7. AmazinAzn

    AmazinAzn Regular Member

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    There's very little maintenance, all you have to do is go to ShortTask or MTurk once a month and pay people to do a VERY SIMPLE task or do it yourself with proxies.

    Here's a screenshot of my earnings:
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    This is just my earnings with **************, the site makes money from ShareCash and Adsense also. I don't plan on selling the method any time soon.
     
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  8. AmazinAzn

    AmazinAzn Regular Member

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    Don't need a team for this method. It's not hard to scale up.

    This method is Black Hat. I'm not exactly sure how long it would last since I've only been doing it for a couple months but I would think it could go on for quite some time.
     
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    Ah being bh depreciates the value i guess. Worked my sums on a stable wh working site. Bh haven't got a clue really. although would still be interested if you decided to sell.
     
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    AmazinAzn Regular Member

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    Black Hat depreciates value?! Bullocks! I could see why though. I'll let you know if I decide to sell Glock.

    @brummm What do you mean "how soon will the money be available?" If you're wondering when you would get paid it would depend on the CPA network.

    $200-$400 sounds ridiculously low, I made $108 last week with this.
     
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    well well well
    intersts me
    pm me with details
    and i m in
     
  12. GloCk99

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    Of course blackhat depreciates value, its the nature of the game and totally unstable. That being said i am sure you will get good value, out of what your offering. No offence meant
     
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    I would sell it for3k$-5k$ depending how stable it is
     
  14. AmazinAzn

    AmazinAzn Regular Member

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    @devesh I'm not selling anything yet.

    @Glock No offense taken. Also, considering I haven't spent a dime on this method would that help it?
     
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    sounds good. i'm interested to. When you will sell the method pm me!
     
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    At domaining there is the rule to sell a website or domain for the sum that it makes in one year.

    You cant give a insurance that it will work longer than a year so dunno. You have to see what the buyer want to pay for...

    By the way... I can hardly imagine that such buyer couldnt see the method out of his buy. It seems to me that the trick is the traffic that you gets and this would have been done by your customer then isnt it?

    Greetings!
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    @Sebastian You make a very good point. Someone could easily figure out the method if they saw the site. The only thing stopping them from recreating it would be their ignorance.
     
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    If the trick is in the code you could host it on your own hosting and only insert their ads. Or you could zend the code. Thats hard to crack.

    On the other hand... Why the heck everyone wants to sell his ideas? Its short money, thats true but especially at your case wouldnt it be easier to make money in the long run when simply use it on your own? Maybe outsource some work?
    You need to calculate that your money will grow nearly exponentially when you build new sites everyday. And the less competition the longer will it last. So make a plan and calculate whats best...

    Greetings!
    Sebastian
     
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    I don't think you can sell it to too many folks no matter the cost. Once they got to know the method, they simply replicate it or sell the method on some other forum for cool cash...All the same, there's blessing in sharing so go ahead and share with someone...I wouldn't mind to in though.
     
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    The trick isn't in the code. The trick is how I get the targeted traffic.