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Our own step-by-step startup/project launch checklist

Hey guys! So my co-founder and I launched several projects/businesses over the past 2 years (incl. our marketing agency, local tour agency, and a bunch of other stuff). We usually go through the exact same process for every project launch, so we decided to turn it into a checklist, both for ourselves & the internet people on Reddit.
You can check out the complete checklist here, and here's a Reddit-format-friendly post:

Step #1 - Research Phase

Before you start planning your launch, you need to figure out your overall product and marketing strategy. Here’s what you need to think about:

Step #2 - Slap Together a Website

Time to get things rolling. The next step is to create a website & lay the foundation for your marketing.

Step #3 - Do Some Pre-Launch Marketing

If you have the extra time and resources, you can start marketing your product way before you’ve even launched. Usually, this involves:

Step #4 - Get Some Initial Traction

Once you have an MVP, you want to validate 2 things: that your product works, and that it can drive conversions (and hence, revenue). Here’s how to do it lean:

Step #5 - Prep For Launch

Every startup gets one “launch” in its lifetime. Here’s how to make sure you get it right:

Step #6 - LAUNCH!

Time to hit that big, shiny red button and LAUNCH!
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The complete startup/side-project launch checklist - from product conceptualization to launch, to ongoing marketing efforts.

Hey guys! So my co-founder and I launched several projects/businesses over the past 2 years (incl. our marketing agency, local tour agency, and a bunch of other stuff). We usually go through the exact same process for every project launch, so we decided to turn it into a checklist, both for ourselves & the internet people on Reddit.
You can check out the complete checklist here, and here's a Reddit-format-friendly post:

Step #1 - Research Phase

Before you start planning your launch, you need to figure out your overall product and marketing strategy. Here’s what you need to think about:

Step #2 - Slap Together a Website

Time to get things rolling. The next step is to create a website & lay the foundation for your marketing.

Step #3 - Do Some Pre-Launch Marketing

If you have the extra time and resources, you can start marketing your product way before you’ve even launched. Usually, this involves:

Step #4 - Get Some Initial Traction

Once you have an MVP, you want to validate 2 things: that your product works, and that it can drive conversions (and hence, revenue). Here’s how to do it lean:

Step #5 - Prep For Launch

Every startup gets one “launch” in its lifetime. Here’s how to make sure you get it right:

Step #6 - LAUNCH!

Time to hit that big, shiny red button and LAUNCH!

Step #7 - Ongoing Marketing

BAM, you launched. If you did everything right, you should already have some initial traction. However, you’re far from done. In fact, you’re just getting started! From here on out, you should be doing ongoing marketing to drive growth for your startup. You can use the following marketing channels…
We're going to deep-dive on how to get each channel to work for you below.

SEO

SEO generally involves 3 things:
- Creating high-quality, long-form articles that are meant to rank for a given keyword
- Optimizing your website to Google's best practices
- Getting high-quality links pointed towards your website
Here's how to do all that:

Content Marketing

Content marketing = creating content aimed towards your end-user's pain-points or problems, and promoting it to make sure that they get to see it.
E.g. if you're a resume builder SaaS, you'd create content on how to make the perfect resume.
Here's how to do content marketing right:

Google Ads

Does your product already have an audience looking for it?
Then Google Ads might be the right channel for you.
The general process here is identifying keywords your idea users use to look for your product and running ads on them.
First off, learn some basics on Google Ads. Here are some of the top resources:
Then, here’s how to do Google Ads:

PPC

Since there are a dozen+ good advertising platforms out there, this is going to be a bit generic. The general idea behind PPC ads is setting up your ad account (targeting + ad creatives) in such a way that you're generating a positive ROI.
Looking to learn more about PPC advertising? Here are some of the best guides we’ve read:

Affiliate Marketing

Affiliate Marketing means starting a program that rewards companies who drive registrations and sales to your website. Here's how to set it up:

Referral Marketing

Referral marketing can significantly boost your user acquisition with ZERO added spend. Here's how you can do that:
To learn more about referral marketing, check out:
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Our own step-by-step project launch checklist

Hey guys! So my co-founder and I launched several projects/businesses over the past 2 years (incl. our marketing agency, local tour agency, and a bunch of other stuff).
We usually go through the exact same process for every project launch, so we decided to turn it into a checklist, both for ourselves & the internet people on Reddit. The guys at /startups loved the checklist, so thought you guys would enjoy it too.
You can check out the complete checklist here, and here's a Reddit-format-friendly post:

Step #1 - Research Phase

Before you start planning your launch, you need to figure out your overall product and marketing strategy. Here’s what you need to think about:

Step #2 - Slap Together a Website

Time to get things rolling. The next step is to create a website & lay the foundation for your marketing.

Step #3 - Do Some Pre-Launch Marketing

If you have the extra time and resources, you can start marketing your product way before you’ve even launched. Usually, this involves:

Step #4 - Get Some Initial Traction

Once you have an MVP, you want to validate 2 things: that your product works, and that it can drive conversions (and hence, revenue). Here’s how to do it lean:

Step #5 - Prep For Launch

Every startup gets one “launch” in its lifetime. Here’s how to make sure you get it right:

Step #6 - LAUNCH!

Time to hit that big, shiny red button and LAUNCH!
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Due to siteground's high renewal cost I am thinking about a site transfer, but I have a few questions regarding transfer.

Hello, I hope you guys are having a good day.
My siteground subscription (growbig) is about to expire soon. When I saw the renewal cost; I was surprised as it was almost an increase by 3x. After doing a bit of research I found that they do this bait and switch tactic, and now I am thinking about changing my web host, as being a student, I cannot afford siteground anymore. Therefore, I have a few questions regarding this.
My services would expire in a month so I have some time to think. I need a web hosting program that would enable me to host at least host 2 websites; one is my affiliate marketing one and one is for a small local business that I am working on.
I am open to suggestions, but after a bit of research, I found namesilo to be a good replacement for siteground. Therefore, if anyone has some experience regarding it, I would love to hear it.
However, I need help with this whole transfer process. I am thinking about keeping my domain name via siteground by renewing it, and making a backup of my current website, and uploading it on namesilo(or any other) once my services expire. Is this the best course of action? or should I opt for namesilos transfer service before my service expires?
Thank you
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How To Make $5,000 Per Month Building Adult Video Websites, Camera Not Required

The Power of Scale
The “big secret” to building a successful business empire is figuring out what works, and scaling it up to more properties. This is what all the real estate, retail and restaurant giants have done for many decades now. If you can build a single website which generates only $100 per month, you should be extremely excited. Generating $100 per month would only require 2-3 sales from an adult affiliate program per month, so this is not some ridiculously unattainable goal. Making $100 in 30 days is an average of only $3.33 per day. The porn business is estimated to be around a $50 billion per year industry worldwide. There are dozens of porn niches you can promote: adult webcams, adult dating, virtual reality / VR, MILF, Ebony, Asian, Gay, Lesbian, Trans, the list goes on.
Running The Numbers
I decided to write this article about earning $5,000 per month since that amount of money is currently near the median household monthly income in the United States.
Below are some possible scenarios which will earn you the $5,000 monthly amount. Your target monthly revenue or the number of websites you operate is completely up to you. You can operate more or fewer websites, depending on your goals and time you are willing to commit.
10 websites x $500 average per month = $5,000 25 websites x $200 average per month = $5,000 50 websites x $100 average per month = $5,000
“50 websites, are you crazy!?!?! That would take a lifetime to build!” Don’t fret, as this is not the case! Once you are familiar with your web hosting provider, and setting up WordPress, creating a new porn video website can be done in under an hour. In fact, I have built a porn video website from scratch in under 10 minutes.
Of course, you are not limited to owning 50 websites. I know of several internet entrepreneurs who own hundreds or even thousands of small websites who earn millions of dollars per year with this scaling strategy.
New Content For Your Adult Video Tube Site
Content is king. Without content, there would be no reason for anyone to visit your website. Having your website(s) automatically importing fresh new content frequently is extremely important in having your adult video website rank in the search results and receiving traffic from search engines such as Google. If you ask any SEO (search engine optimization) expert, they will tell you that having a website with new content added often is one of the most important search engine ranking factors.
The Tube Ace WordPress plugin was built for this multi-website scaling strategy in mind. Tube Ace will enable you to import millions, (yes, millions) of embedded adult videos from the biggest sites such as Pornhub, Redtube, Youporn, Tube8, xHamster into your WordPress tube site. These videos are embedded directly on your website, each with their own separate webpage along with the video data such as duration, tags and porn star names.
Reducing Cost
“But what about the expenses?”, you might ask. The costs to operate a website these days is extremely low. A domain name will run about $8 per year. I recommend namesilo, namecheap, or hover.com for a domain registrar. Web hosting will cost you as little as $5 per month for a VPS from DigitalOcean. They even have a WordPress app to automatically install WordPress on your new hosting droplet.
Since these porn videos are embedded and not hosted on your web server (similar to YouTube embedded videos), you don’t need to worry about expensive web hosting bills which hosting videos can incur due to the required hard drive storage and bandwidth costs. In fact, even the thumbnails for the video previews can be served from the tube site’s servers. So yes, you can earn money in the porn business without recording a single video or even owning a camera for that matter!
Since your tube sites will be built on WordPress, an open-source publishing platform, your costs remain minimal. There are thousands of WordPress themes you can use to change the layout and design of your website. We also provide a free WordPress tube theme for you to use.
What Are You Waiting For?
Fortune favors the bold and those who act, so get started today! You can purchase up to a 25 site license of the Tube Ace plugin at a great discount. All Tube Ace licenses give you lifetime updates to future versions and free tech support. Alternatively, if you would rather purchase a website already built, see Tube Sites For Sale for adult videos websites that are pre-made by us.
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Yet another beginner needs advice post

Hi. I would like to make a website for what I hope will be my freelance writing portfolio and a blog. I know nothing and have been madly googling to figure out how to do this. Most of the 'freelance writing' advice sites seem to be affiliates of different hosts, and I almost got sucked into bluehost until I ran across a poor review, and was able to get past the affiliate layers and find some reviews from sites that don't seem to be making a profit in that way. One of them referred to this subreddit, and I've read the past two months of beginner-level suggestions. But I am ignorant enough of website anything that even those explanations are not making a lot of sense.
I know nothing. I don't understand most of the terms the different hosts are using to explain their services. I'm not sure where to find absolute beginner explanations for these things.
I've read enough to know that I want to own a domain, that namesilo is a good place to do that, and then I need to use the domain with a webhost to make the website. Wordpress seems to be a thing I ought to use and some hosts make it easy to do so if you don't know much about how. Also, programming languages play into it somehow.
I've looked at the three sidebar USA hosts, and they look nice, and I can't tell the difference between them to know which one is the most 'this person is a website idiot' friendly. I've also looked at siteground and A2, which at least seem not to be large conglomerates, but I'm still stuck. A lot of the reviews and comparisons are using terms and charts and points of reference that make no sense without some kind of background.
So, TLDR: which host is easy to understand and use for someone who knows nothing (except what two days of googling in circles got her) right now?
How do wordpress themes play into this? I thought theme meant color or pictures, but it seems more than that.
And what is a good start-from-absolute-ignorance resource from which to start to learn so that I can at least translate what all these acronyms and terms are, and what that means for me?
Thank you for any time spent answering questions and pointing me places.
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