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My money plan

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by scalli, Jul 31, 2016.

  1. scalli

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    Hi everybody

    I am completly new to this forum, so ... nice to meet you. Well, not completly new, I have been lurking the forum for quite some months now. Wich gave me some inspiration.

    So for my life has been pretty boring: 38 years, wife, kid, regular job as teacher ... you know. But nothing really exciting. So, in order to do something exciting and give me some project to pick up my life again I decided to give myself a project to go for. After reading lots of posts by you guys, I came up with this plan. In short:
    - create 100 automated video blogs in 10 niches and add some monetization to it: Clickbank, Amazon, AdCash, Adsense, Chitika, CJ, ...
    - do some keyword research (bought Market Samurai)
    - buy domain names and install
    Done! So far so good! Now the rest of my plan to drive traffic to the site, the hard part that is:
    - Buy 10 FB accounts, 10 Twitter accounts and 10 G+ accounts, install Mass Planner on a VPS, start getting friends/followers and start posting links with MP rss feed to my websites. Cost: approx. $40 a month.

    My question as complete newbie: Does this masterplan has any change at all for succes (=money!) or will I be just investing without return?

    My follow up plan: if some money to cover the cost start coming in with Mass Planner social media marketing (see above), continue with Senuke TNG for link building for organic traffic(cost: ca. $200 a month).

    Any thoughts, ideas or suggestions of you are more than welcome. Thanks!
     
  2. flowwx

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    Hey, so glad to have you around.

    Your biggest advantage is that you have an offline job, which allows you to dispose of a constant cash flow, which is more than required, especially for a relatively ambitious project like yours.

    HOWEVER! Going for so many niches all at once, at least to me, isn't a reasonable idea. I don't mean to say that failure is imminent, but that if you do not have specific plans to manage all of them, this might prove a little bit too resource-demanding.

    You do seem to have gathered up a lot of information from this forum, so if you really are confident this might work to you in any way, go ahead. Wait for other inputs though... I'm sure I'm not the one who shares the same opinion, that your project is indeed a bit too ambitious. Just my two cents though. :)
     
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    I'd rather stick with one or two sites in the beginning. Focus all your effort on one site first and try to make it as perfect as possible. If you fuck things up, no problem, simply create a second site and implement your new knowledge to make it better. Social Media Marketing, SEO and Website Creation can't be mastered from the first moment, you'll have to learn a lot of things. So I'd recommend you to start scaling after you saw some success on one site first and have some experience.
     
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    Ok, thanks man. I thought it would be more easy to have 100 sites making $1 than one site making $100. But you're right, I should probably learn SEO and related stuff by starting it with one site. When I master it, I can extend maybe.
     
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    Sounds like a great journey mate. Good luck
     
  6. Panoush

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    hey man, since you are a teacher, maybe you could create some online courses on Udemy , skillshare and such. they are pretty much a passive income once you complete it and do some promoting .
     
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    Thanks for the ideas! Not really sure at this moment how I am gonna continue my journey for succes. I'll post updates on regular bases of how I am getting on.
     
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    Hello scalli and welcome to BHW best of success with your journey :)
     
  9. LoftPower

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    I agree it is best to only work on one at a time. This way you will be able to perfect everything as you will be learning as you go. Once you do a few, you will get better and better.