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Where Would I Be Two Years From Now ?

Discussion in 'My Journey Discussions' started by pearse1916, Jan 27, 2014.

  1. pearse1916

    pearse1916 Junior Member

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    Just Curious What people thing is possible in 2 years.

    Ok So quite simple idea, List Building.

    Starting Budget $1,000

    If you reinvested everything for 12 months, then took out half and reinvested the balance for a further 12 months what size of an email list could you build in 2 years and what would you project your income should be after 2 years.

    Just curious as I do plan on starting this really soon.
     
  2. TheMoneyWizard

    TheMoneyWizard Elite Member

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    McDonalds? Just kidding ;)

    Also no one can really answer you questions as there's too many variables, no one will be able to give you a specific answer, you'll have to try it and see for yourself :)
     
  3. jimmylegs

    jimmylegs Senior Member

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    I would but you need a map of where that budget is going and will take you. Most people just buy a bunch of miscellaneous seo services, bots and tool but really they should have invested in consulting first.
     
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  4. pearse1916

    pearse1916 Junior Member

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    I kind of thought that too lol.
     
  5. macdonjo3

    macdonjo3 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Come on, you're a member from spring 2009. Stop asking day-one newbie questions. You should know this is way too broad of a question.