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    Put eight months work into those four months. What's with the "work 8 hours a day"?

    Work 16 hours a day and weekends for four months and you would have a good starting point.

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    I've taken a regular job 8.5 hrs a day. Will be doing this site at night and weekends, and paying people to write some content to take the burden off in that respect.

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    That's a smart move. I remember once in the early days I had just remortgaged my house to do a new kitchen and some other stuff and then lost my job at freecom - you think you have loads in the bank to cover it but when you don't have an income you go through cash so quickly. Lesson learned.

    Have you seen iwriter.com? That would help you out a lot.

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    cheers Storebuilder.

    i think the thing im most worried about on content is the quality but i can spend some money on one article to see if theyre any good I suppose

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    Give it a shot bro, it will be worth the try, but first start doing it part time until you start making some cash

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    Quote Originally Posted by joert View Post
    I've taken a regular job 8.5 hrs a day. Will be doing this site at night and weekends, and paying people to write some content to take the burden off in that respect.
    Probably a wise idea. Good luck with it though mate!
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    Quote Originally Posted by semka View Post
    Give it a shot bro, it will be worth the try, but first start doing it part time until you start making some cash
    I completely agree, you should give it a serious chance and set some goals for initial income
    in part time and move from there to full time.


    Good Luck !

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    Quote Originally Posted by joert View Post
    I've taken a regular job 8.5 hrs a day. Will be doing this site at night and weekends, and paying people to write some content to take the burden off in that respect.

    Good Job Man!

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    How's it going with your site? Looks to me you have the needed skills to build a website. The question is, how committed are you to maintaining it? I would go for taking a regular job to help sustain family expenses then work on the site on your free time. You have to make time, otherwise, you may end up forgetting about this project. Once the website is stable with income flowing in, maybe that's the time you can let go of your day job. Best of luck!

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