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Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by Ignorant, Jun 26, 2015.

  1. Ignorant

    Ignorant Registered Member

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    I have done intensive research over the past few days. I decided to take action and get a domain name under a health blog and I'm not too sure what specific niche to pick. Does it depend on what product you are advertising on CPA?

    Starting to lose hope due to the fact that I don't know how to write really well either yet have high expectations to produce good content in which I have no knowledge of writing about.

    Any tips?

    I suffer from extreme procrastination at times. I've done a lot of thinking as well about how 95% of us will fail. It makes you wonder whether or not the time and effort is really worth it when you're just starting out blind..
     
  2. Ignorant

    Ignorant Registered Member

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    Any thoughts? Based on what I'm writing, what is possibility of myself writing a high content website if I were to take part in blogging? If I were to dedicate a lot of time into this, would you say the learning curve is high?
     
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    jamesjk1 Senior Member

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    Just do it man, get started! Don't be in the same place 1 month (or worse) from now. Yeah, the learning curve is somewhat steep (depends what you're doing), but I can tell you right now that nobody got anywhere by not taking action.
     
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    Don't loose hope, because most of the people who want to start earning from the internet drop it after a short period of time. It happens in 98% cases. If you don't know how to write top quality content, then I would suggest out sourcing. You can find freelancer or a company (cost more ofc) and you will get your content for a reasonable money. Don't drop it and in half a year you will look back and smile about this post. Definitely bookmark this page and take a look at it after you start earning. Good luck.
     
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  5. Society Girl

    Society Girl Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    Trial and error is the best way, If someone found the perfect niché, they aren't going to out it on a public forum. Find your own gold mine, it'll be much more fruitful and more rewarding!
     
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    callmeparks Registered Member

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    Don't get all pessimistic! push through!
     
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  7. archon10

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    There is a good chance you're going to fail, but you'll learn that way.

    I "learned" to be careful when creating DTS packages (old school db stuff) by accidentally sending 200k messages to only a few thousand customers. Crashed the email server too. Came into work and boss screamed at me along with almost getting fired.

    That's the way you learn unfortunately.
     
  8. Ignorant

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    Would you guys say that it is better to start from scratch or copy a sample?
    I'm considering to get cash elsewhere and start with a least a sum of paper.

    How beneficial is it to do trial and error in x amount of time, over imitating a working sample?
    I understand this might vary depending on the person but is it a good investment over other variables?
     
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    You gotta kick that procrastination 1st man.