Just wondering how does someone become a site owner? What are the perks and the downfalls to being a site owner. Just wondering, I see a lot of site owners on this forum and I am curious.
it's hell... you need time and money and understand... if you have all of that... all you have to do is look for a hosting site
DOesn't sound like hell. What kinda $tart up ca$h are we talking about? I'm curious too.
1. depends on what your are using it for
2. the hosting site you goin to use
some site have $9 a month for hosting some ask for $49
it depends on what you want the site for
There's got to be more than that. WHat about the affiliates. How hard is it to get them onboard? And then, of course, how do they pay. Do I need to have alot of money upfront to get this started, or can I rely on affiliate money to pay those who cash out my site.
thats what good link to get affiliate from free to payment
You should have thousands of start up money to start.
thats what im sayin it depends on what type of site your tryin to get
How is the profit? Is it a nice sideline, or a fulltime venture?
LETS SAY your making a site for sellling goods, its a lifetime benefit
if its for promoting a some kind of making something you need to life off of your affiliates and your what your promoting
thats what good link to get affiliate from free to payment[/quotee87ff4de85]
[quotee87ff4de85="Djshabang"]LETS SAY your making a site for sellling goods, its a lifetime benefit
if its for promoting a some kind of making something you need to life off of your affiliates and your what your promoting[/quotee87ff4de85]
Alright, you can shut the fuck up now.
thats what good link to get affiliate from free to payment[/quotef2d98ccda6]
[quotef2d98ccda6="Djshabang"]LETS SAY your making a site for sellling goods, its a lifetime benefit
if its for promoting a some kind of making something you need to life off of your affiliates and your what your promoting[/quotef2d98ccda6]
Alright, you can shut the fuck up now.[/quotef2d98ccda6]
I was wondering if anyone else made any sense out of that... lol
think is some young guy, tryin to be all big and bossy... dont know why he is cussing in the forum
I don't know how you know I'm cussing when obviously you can't read. You were warned in two other threads not to post links.
D playing by the rules.. the site has change from the last time i was on here
Yeah, we are all assholes..
D playing by the rules.. the site has change from the last time i was on here[/quote48e3537cb8]
The sites changed since Feb 07? LOL what alternate dimension have you been in?
how long of a process is this to get a site started??
Possibly a previously banned member?
the first rule of starting a freebie site
you do not ask how to start a freebie site
[quote0342079197="turpentinedreams"]the first rule of starting a freebie site
you do not ask how to start a freebie site[/quote0342079197]
I kinda have to agree with that.
Interested in purchasing a ready to go freebie site? I;ve got one on the lock-down and am looking for a buyer, its ready to be approved by affiliates. If you are interested, its around $1400 + 2 year support and ability for custom scripts.
[quotec45956b472="O4F-Manofice"][quotec45956b472="turpentinedreams"]the first rule of starting a freebie site
you do not ask how to start a freebie site[/quotec45956b472]
I kinda have to agree with that.[/quotec45956b472]
I also have to agree. I'm obviously not a site owner myself, but if I invested all the time and money into figuring out how to get started I certainly wouldn't want to give that information away. These site owners found out how to do it - I'm sure with some dedication and understanding of what to look for - you can too.
Plus it doesn't look good to people wanting to start your site if you yourself are unsure of where to begin.
I've been using freebie sites for a little while now, but from the looks of it, between crediting and arranging affiliates (good ones at least), having good customer support, fraud prevention (and being able to take losses) and managing your time, it seems like a full time job. I'm sure the payout is good, but I myself don't have the will to do that.
I mean I sometimes lose interest in a site midstream. I guess if you filed your articles of incorporation or LLC papers, you could pay yourself benefits and make it tax deductible or however that works, it could be worth it as a full time job, but these are all annoyances you have to worry about when running any business, and I think if you put that much time and money into it, you may as well start a business that will make more money than a freebie site. The problem is coming up with the idea, freebie site scripts are already there, so I guess it's somewhat easier. For people who are running them, as side income generation, or as a first business, it sounds like awesome experience, and I'm sure any employer would really be impressed if you interviewed and told them about the ideas behind the sites and the scene in general. It's like it's own mini free economy (buying/selling greens haha).
Anyway, sorry to get off track, that's my 2 cents as a site user (not owner) but from the viewpoint of running my own business in the past.
I'd say you should have at least $3,000 before you start a site. The rest is just a lot of work. haha.