Hi Everyone! I'm from a smaller country in Europe and I've noticed that when I see an interesting article, video or story online on english sites usually after 2-3 days it appears on my fb timeline (liked by XY) in my first language by blog-like sites. Now I've checked these sites and they have terrible design, filled with ads and they are just rubbish in general, yet they have 100k-500k active followers on facebook. I want to make a similar site but with nice design, interesting content and I could be much faster than these sites. Also the main audience of these sites are not the brightest people. With clickbait titles and huge "share this" buttons you can reach those people easily but my main goal is to keep a balance between this audience and people who can see through these tricks with real, interesting content. I think there's a lot of young people in my country who don't want to read those rubbish sites, but their english isn't good enough to read foreign sites. I will post 3-4 translated articles, videos a day and monetize my site with adsense. I already have good hosting (because I have two bigger micro-niche sites), so the next step is thinking about a name that doesn't sound too direct, but easily remembered. My competitors have names like "all in one", "you have to know this", "look at this"; in my first language these sound better but still look unoriginal. Maybe I should choose something brandable for my domain. I want to spend $100 on facebook ads to gain traffic and followers to my new site. My goal is $300/month, what do you guys think, is it an achievable goal? Does anyone have experience with translated posts, especially in smaller countries? Please share your thoughts on this project!