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My journey to $100+ a day

Discussion in 'My Journey Discussions' started by number21, Jun 25, 2013.

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    number21 Newbie

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    Hey everyone, I've been perusing these forums for a good bit off and on. I've finally decided to get my feet wet. My goal is to get $100+ a day using a few different methods. The first that I'm going to try is a PPD with YouTube. I'm going to tackle 3 different niches to start. I'm going to outline my skills, weaknesses, resources, and the idea below.

    Skills:
    • Graphic Design
    • Web Development (HTML, PHP, CSS3, Javascript)
    • Programming (Visual Basic, C#, Javascript)
    • Video Editing

    Weaknesses:
    • Video Ranking (Beyond tagging and buying views, likes, and comments, I have absolutely no idea)
    • Website Ranking (Again, buying traffic and tagging is pretty much all I know)

    Resources:
    • Fiverr (Views, Video Commentary, etc)
    • FileIce, Sharecash, CleanFiles (Not sure which to go with, heard good things about all of them)
    • Camtasia
    • Gimp
    • Visual Studio

    The Idea:
    I have a some questions about how I'm going to tackle these 3 niches with the YT + PPD model. I plan to have a download for each niche, 1 account and 1 video per niche. The downloads and videos I have are very, very nice looking (I opted for Quality > Quantity).


    1. How effective could it be if I just focused fully on the 3 videos uploaded to the 3 accounts instead of multiples?
    2. What's a quick way of creating multiple accounts w/ a proxy then uploading the videos?
    3. Would I upload the same videos on each account?
    4. What's the best PPD network?
    5. What's the most recommended way of getting views that convert?

    Sorry if that's a lot of questions, I just wanna cover all bases and try to scale down the process of elimination as much as possible.
     
    Last edited: Jun 25, 2013