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Discussion in 'Blogging' started by eniviD, Aug 31, 2010.

  1. eniviD

    eniviD Junior Member

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    Okay so if I had say $5000 to invest in autoblogging
    would anyone be interested in helping me out?
    & can anyone offer advice as to what I could to get the most out of the money?
     
  2. nufaman

    nufaman Elite Member

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    Save your money, you will only get scammed... there is lots of quality info in the forum here
     
  3. realmarketing

    realmarketing BANNED BANNED

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    Save your money bud.
     
  4. blackhit

    blackhit Super Moderator Staff Member Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    You need to invest 2 things to make autoblogging profitable.

    Time and money.

    Start with Time to learn the concept, the tactics and the do's and dont's.

    When you understand what it's all about you will know what you need to get started and what to buy. Can be scripts, content, outsourcing, servers, domains.

    You could buy a couple of aged sites at Flippa but if you don't know how to maintain them them it will be a waste of money.
     
  5. Isendale

    Isendale Junior Member

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    I invested a total of $250 dollars in Autoblogs which included 1 year hosting, domain and Elite WProbot.

    As everyone else has said, the real investment is your time.
     
  6. eniviD

    eniviD Junior Member

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    Thanks for all the advice everyone
    Well I'm also wondering is if there is any way I could pay someone else for there time? & know that I wouldn't get scammed?
     
  7. ssellers

    ssellers Regular Member

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    Yeah, you could do that. But finding that one person that isn't going to scam you is going to be tough.

    There ARE people on this forum that would set it up and NOT scam you, but there are also people that will.


    Do it yourself is the best advice.
    If you INSIST on getting someone else to do it, choose wisely and find out lots of information first.
     
  8. floflo89

    floflo89 Regular Member

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    I really like the question... "If I had"
     
  9. beaconsfield

    beaconsfield Newbie

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    I will follow your answers. All of them usefull.