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Discussion in 'Making Money' started by lacarlusr, Mar 3, 2014.

  1. lacarlusr

    lacarlusr Newbie

    Feb 9, 2014
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    I am a noob to the whole internet marketing but have dilligently reading the posting arenas here on BHW and they have helped me grab such a better understanding of the Intenet Marketing arena. I have been looking a lot into getting into creating and ranking microniche sites. I work full time right now so I definitely would be outsourcing a lot of the work involved until I can get to a point when I can do this full time. I have seteen a lot of packages in forums here that offer ready made microniche sites that include the site, content, keyword research, etc. My question is it a good move to order one of these packages? How good is the quality of these packages? I am new to this so want to make the best decisions to maximize my time and money in the beginning. Thanks so much for the help and info you guys share. I have learned more here than in readng ten e-books previously.

  2. jamesjk1

    jamesjk1 Senior Member

    Nov 1, 2012
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    Hey mate, welcome to BHW. I cant speak for the ready-made microniche sites as I have never used them, but if you're really short on time then that could be an option. Everybody is looking to make the best decisions and make the most money, often how that achieve though is through a lot of trial and error. You just gotta' get stuck in. Of course, having some good ground rules is important. If it was me I would like at creating a niche site and or making and ranking some YouTube videos for some low/moderate keywords. You say you already work full-time, which is good as you already have a stable source of income which will allow you to invest and experiment with your online business. There isn't really any specific advice I can offer you, except to go for QUALITY, have patience, stay consistent and dont give up at the first sign of trouble. Hope that helps a bit :)
  3. Tosmekop

    Tosmekop Supreme Member

    Oct 24, 2011
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    First, understand what needs to be done. Then, you may outsource the work. I'd not advise outsourcing if you don't know what needs to be done.