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Investment Suggestions

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by jammo, May 22, 2016.

  1. jammo

    jammo Registered Member

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    OK guys,

    I know it says I'm a newbie but I've been a member for some years mainly just trying to take in as much info from this super community as possible but due to so much info I've been a little overwhelmed at so many directions. I'm looking at wanting to invest in some online venture possibly authority blogs just starting with 1 and slowly building it up, I've seen even some services where they do all the work for s monthly cost which I don't mind. I've ran a few sites in the past so know how to setup a site etc etc.

    Any ideas or advise would be greatly appreciated
     
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    Quadriceps Junior Member

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    I have an affiliate weight loss website with about 5000 unique visitors per month, already making between $50 to $170 a month after 4 months. PM if interested.
     
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    pm sent to you .

    im still looking for as much advise as possible
     
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    So if you have experience, do it all yourself instead of paying someone else to run it for you.

    If you run into trouble along the way where you need help, then you can hire outside help.

    It's like cooking at home vs. eating out.

    Cooking, you control everything that you put into it the meal, but if you're feeling lazy, you can add hamburger helper.

    Eating out, everything is far more expensive, and the quality of ingredients is often (very) questionable.
     
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