October 9th, 2006
I own AmuseLine.com domain name for about 6-8 months now. It is time to add a website to the home page that is online all these months.
I have not started new websites for the last 10-12 months. Now I have (I hope) a much better understanding and knowledge of website publishing and industry in general compared to what I had a year back when I started my websites every month. As a result of this, I am very careful with starting new projects: competition, Sandbox, Trustbox, etc. I try to use some failure proof algorithm and cut my costs to minimum otherwise I will not be able to compete with other website publishers.
I am not sure if it works, but here is the sequence of my actions with starting new websites at this point in time. I make use of these articles and tools:
Marketing niche for a new website
18 Questions Your CEO Forgot to Ask When Building Your Website – it is a great step by step guide what to do starting a new website
Effective online marketing: what works?
Another approach to start new projects is based on six points:
Summary: Yes, I think this is the way to start new websites nowadays. Keep your costs down, get to know the industry of your new website, network, use social websites, search for ideas that will help to position your website differently from your competitors (I guess it is the hardest part).
And also be prepared that will take months (if not years) to build an established website.
[tags]online project, website publisher, design, marketing, seo, internet marketing, affiliate marketing, make money online, home based job, earn your living online[/tags]