Thursday, December 06, 2007

Web Help Wanted

I think I've finally found my niche for making money on-line, but I need some help setting it up.

Actually, that's an understatement. I'm looking for a business consultant, a website designer and a guru (preferably all in the same person) who can essentially build this money making machine for me and then turn me loose with something I can maintain on my own.

I'm not asking for free help, but I also don't have the funds to pay you up front. We'd be operating under a "personal injury lawyer" model. You make money if I make money.

I'd be willing to negotiate some sort of tiered percentage of revenue based on volume until your fees are paid. Or a smaller, fixed, ongoing percentage for continued support. We can talk about it.

I've scouted my competition. They have very professional looking sites so I need one too. A blog with Pay Pal won't cut it. But I also think they are charging WAY more than necessary. I can undercut them pretty significantly in the beginning and gradually increase prices as volume builds.

If you are curious, interested, serious and have web skillz, contact me.

Your odds of becoming a brazillionaire from helping me are way better than buying lottery tickets.


travelingal said...

You have me really curious. Good luck with your business! I'm seriously considering setting up a vintage jewelry shop on Ruby Lane (an on-line antique mall). I'm just not sure I want to be married to an on-line business as there are no days off but there certainly is money to be made in such a venture.

Keith Sader said...

My linkedIn info:

Tell me if that's what you need.

Then, pay me bitch! ;-)

Shicho said...

are you looking for a turn-key op (regardless of the product) or do you want to sell somewthing specific?

emawkc said...

XO-- Not to rain on your parade, but I think you're overestimating the value of the market for naked pictures of "mature gentlemen".

Just sayin'

Leigh Ann said...

Gimme a holla! I can help! I'm one of the least expensive webmakers in the Metro. Will work for compliments, a link, etc. I even built a flash site once. Lookie. All my stuff seems real dumb, but I can turn out something professional looking every once in a while.

Shane said...

I work on "The Internets" for a living. My portfolio of work is on my website.

I'd like to hear more about the project.

Xavier Onassis said...

travel - I'll email you the details.

keith - I tried to access your "linked in" info but got bogged down in access issues and profiles and decided I didn't want to join linked in.

shicho - I looked into the referral you gave me (it was really, good, sound advice and I appreciate it)and got depressed because it looks like it requires upfront money, monthly expenses and credit checks.

emaw - bite me.

leigh ann - your "lookie" looked really good. I tried to contact you but got lost in a myspace cul de sac and couldn't figure out how to just send you a simple e-mail.

shane - you had a really simple way to contact you so I contacted you.

I would still like to contact the rest of you as well, but I don't want to have to join something to do it. I just want to send you an email.

I'm simple like that.