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Newbie asks for advice

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by metro81, Jul 7, 2017.

  1. metro81

    metro81 Newbie

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    Hello, I currently own a site with about 14 users. It's in the startup industry market. As funny as this sounds I use this site to test out what works and what doesn't and by chance, people are signing up for the free service it offers.

    My question is: what are some advice the community feels would be a good way to start scaling so that I could start seeing monthly revenue. Also anyone feels they can help with this I'm willing to split any profits or at least listen to your wisdom. I like figuring out what works and then fine tuning it to work even better. Success is the byproduct of failure. :)

    Many thanks,
     
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  2. truelearner

    truelearner Regular Member

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    Welcome to the forum mate
    I wish you get everything here
    We are a family
    I will msg you soon
     
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  3. randybishop

    randybishop Elite Member

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    How can anyone offer advice based on the vague info you provided?
     
  4. metro81

    metro81 Newbie

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    What would define ideal information?
     
  5. blogzandstuff

    blogzandstuff Elite Member

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    You need to offer a bit more detail. Don't put your site url on here though and btw you can't ask for a JV