I plan on buying pretty basic reseller hosting with eleven2 because they seem to have the best deals for bandwidth and disk space to dollar ratio.BTW I am only 16 years old so I don't how seriously I will be taken when it comes to this plan. -Appoach local businesses (tons in my small town) and look to build websites for them. I am currently looking at restaurants as most just require an about page, contact info, and menu info. I have a couple WYSIWYG softwares on my computer that I can use to create a professional looking site. -Sell the making of the site for 200$ and charge 25-30$/month to maintain and host it on my 20$/month reseller hosting plan. - Why I think it will work: -Most local businesses haven't entered the online age yet, I give them a reason and affordable way to do so. -Some website creation firms charge from 400-2500$ for a professional website, I can give them something pretty darn close and functional for a fraction of that. -25$ a month seems like a decent amount to an individual, but that is nothing for a business. The amount of increased exposure or revenue generated through the internet can easily make up for less than 1$ a day to have a website for you business.Plus, having a website SIGNIFICANTLY increases a small business' reputation and general appearance to its customers. (If you don't have a website yet, you seem like you really are stuck in 2000). -Gonna definitely use your the fact that smartphones have a hard time to view flash sites to entice customers into taking my HTML sites. -Gonna be aiming big(Give myself an opportunity to grow if I can). I have access to SuNukex so I can raise monthly pricing if I can get onto the top 3 pages of google. This can keep me going further and higher as I expand. -Give a steep discount to my first couple clients on site building if they act as a reference for my future client and give me possible leads. -Possible future outsourcing. I could see how much it could cost on odesk or something to build a minisite for a business, therefore I could just focus on clients. -So, do you think it will work? Any suggestions? Should I just quit now before I get ahead of myself?