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Discussion in 'Making Money' started by P.Rice, Nov 5, 2012.

  1. P.Rice

    P.Rice Registered Member

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    So I can invest upto 15k in buying a site.Now my ease question is ,after some time will I be in profit? Its really worth such an investment ? What would you do ??
     
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    Be careful with that, you might easily get scammed. I personally would invest only in aged ecommerce sites with constant earnings. Even aged adsense sites/blog aren't safe these days as they used to be.

    I'd suggest contacting a member here called meathead1234, he's into website brokering and he might get you a good deal.
     
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    why dont you buy a site for $100 dollars and see. if it works scale it up
     
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    BHopkins Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    If these are your questions, you will absoultely not make a profit. This is a horrible "investment".
     
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    1. Dont Buy a Site, Invest in Building one just think of a good business plan and hire workers to enforce the idea.
     
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    Looks very scary to me, unless ur buying an established, popular authority sites like fiverr, flippa, etc
     
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    thats such a vague question, it completely depends on the site you are interested in and whats its revenue model is. ecommerce? adsense? affiliate? etc. no one can answer your question unless you provide more info
     
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    If you have $15,000 to invest, you could build a site, back link it, drive traffic, and monetize it beyond belief.

    Don't be lazy; time is money.
     
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    There are lot of website scammers there, they will show you every stats looks real, and you'll end up with shit.... crying for hours
     
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    Since this investment is solely on the site, why not 100 $100 sites?

    Surely the investment will be made back. Surely.
     
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    If you buy a site for $15,000 it will normally be priced so the current owner receives profit for 2 years.

    15000 / 24 = $625/month
    That's how much it would be earning at usual pricing. If you know how to scale a site you can make a profit in a shorter time. However, do not spend that money on anything except an authority or ecommerce site. Microniche, adsense, ppd, content locking... That in my opinion is a very touchy market. A quality offering or product offering is what you want to have high retention.
     
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    I recommend you to buy website - something like - TBN.
     
  13. KeyzDT

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    buy one. if you profit then buy another.
     
  14. P.Rice

    P.Rice Registered Member

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    Yea but the problem is that curently i dont have a too great bussiness plan...

    Yes i know, a site that guaranteeds success for such money ;)

    Honestly if it could make my money back + profit on long term, i wouldn't really care how is monetized but i trust more in ecommercing

    Yes thankyou for the warning , i know how the things goes on, i will only proceed in the investment only with trust members from very trusted sites and also i will be careful to have a plan B if smthg goes wrong

    You guys have really nice ideas ;) but im not sure about this : hosting costs for all the sites + managing them posting managing etc... but if every site will make atleast 60$ per month then I think it will be really good!
     
  15. P.Rice

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    Ofc, as you said, even with adsense is risky nowadays
    With the first chance i will buy it straight away! Bcause forums are close to autopilot and even better are growing every day and ranking well. Also i would add many many more things and feautures ;)
    Yes this the most profitable way bcause i would scale it up and will see how it grows whats the potential ;)
     
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    I would PERSONALLY find a site that is currently earning (weBrokr.com, Flippa.com as long as the seller has a STRONG record, etc)... Personally going for eCommerce sites as they are consistent earners. Something with proper SEO behind them already implemented--- So you can hire someone to manage the website and earn passive income, and a little extra investment to grow the site in SEO/PPC campaigns.
    Budget accordingly.
     
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    Dont be stupid!!! your clearly a noobie and have no clue about internet marketing or making money on the internet in general!

    Dont spend a penny until you know what your doing.

    Take a method from this forum that costs you only a few dollers and build it up from there, when you have gained experance then you can start investing in bigger projects and stop asking stupid questions...
     
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    Do your due diligence on a site that is already earning and make sure to have enough to keep the seo going and keep earning but don't make a mistake and throw all your eggs in one basket and risk losing your ass.
     
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    I would like to second this ^

    Do you due diligence when attempting to create or purchase any online income stream... It's not about how much you put in, it's about how much you get back... So if you are happy with the 'claimed income' and everything adds u and seems logical to you, then go ahead and pull the trigger