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Old 12-08-2001, 12:17 AM   #8
Vito
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Lil Red:
I'm not looking to slap together a site. After wearing my fingers to the bone building and carefully nurturing www.talkingpresents.com, I have an appreciation for how much work is involved in developing a niche site. Don't get me wrong, I love every minute of it. But I'm the last person to look for a get rich quick scheme.

It's just that if I want to start thinking about developing another site, I think that it's only natural and logical to consider categories or topics that might have some mass appeal.

After all, developing a site about, let's say. the yak's skeletal structure might interest the person building the site, but it's not likely to grab your attention or mine.

Look at TV, magazines, most media. Alot of quality programming revolves around or is based on some basic primal human desires.

I realize it might have sounded like I was looking for a quick buck site. But I'm just looking for a general direction in which to start building a quality site.
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