Web Biz *
Some start their pages as hobbie, some want to make money... The truth is in the middle. You won't make a webmaster, if you don't have fun by doing it.
Now, how serious you are about about the web-money? Because this is another matter all together. It's a job and a career at the same time. It's a matter of commitment. Hours. Learning.
Sellassie Business Pages are for those of you, who are serious. Who understand that it's you who will be working before your webpages start working for you.
I said "working" -- not making money. Not yet.
GeoAlaska: Theatre & Film
The three most important aspects of a successful website are Content, Commerce and finally, Community.
What does it mean?
You have to spend a lot of time developing YOUR (original) content! Why should people visit your site, if they can find the same somewhere else? Thery won't come.
You site has to be commercially enable -- the links must be affiliated (when you are paid for having them on your site), you have to maintain your affiliations, track the traffic, etc.
But if you do not have those who come back, you do something wrong. You do not have it -- the community! People, who like YOUR site and return time after time. People, who tell their friends to see it. Who didn't linked to you, didn't bookmark it...
This is another task in itself, my friend.
Even if you plan to work day after day -- give yourself a year before you can have some sort of commerical site.
Oh, I forgot -- you have to continue to do all the three all the time! And, yes, the more time you will put into it, the more will be needed! Because this is a start-up, my friend!
[To Be Continued...]