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Which business model should I stick to.

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by RoseDawson, Aug 7, 2012.

  1. RoseDawson

    RoseDawson Newbie

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    I have run round and round and round for the past 5 years.

    I still don't know which business model to stick to.

    Sometime I think, creating the product is the way to go.

    I'm really confuse what business model I should stick to.

    Any advice ?

    Is building a list the way to go ?

    Thanks
     
  2. Santa Claus

    Santa Claus Registered Member

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    You shouldn't ask these questions on public forums, only you can know what business model is the best for you. Consider the PROS/CONS and decide for yourself. Trial & error is the way to go.
     
  3. RoseDawson

    RoseDawson Newbie

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    And that's the best advice you can give ? I thought you were going to give me a xmas gift.
     
  4. synfig

    synfig Regular Member

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    ^ What he said. Also do read "100$ startup" book. It has some good tips on this type of topic.

    Point here is you have to take action. You can do a lot better by outsourcing things you find uncomfortable. Fear of public speaking and video stuff? outsource. Fear putting yourself as a brand? use mascots and other people for brand. Like affiliate marketing? do it, outsource boring tasks. Like product creation? outsource some tasks and focus on core things.

    Nobody can tell you what you're good at and how you are going to end up with any model. You have to do a lot of trial and error. One note - to make trial and error process easier, avoid listening to negative criticism from people on your model or ideas.