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    Tagntrade
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    Hello Flying Soloists,
    I started an on-line business with a unique selling angle that is: You can sell multiple items from one image. But alas, I’m out of money and want someone either to come aboard or take over. It is completely functioning and out of development.

    Any tips regarding how I should go about making this happen?

    Thanks

    Tristan
    http://www.tntbaby.com.au

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    findtim
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    the way to do it is FOCUS on your tagntrade and get it making money BEFORE you expand, the tagntrade pays for the seo etc needed to make tntbaby a viable business.

    i can’t see why you wanted to expand personally. you just increased your cost thats all and if you know nothing about marketing or can’t do your own webdesign all you are going to do is BURN cash.

    asking someone to take over is only go to give you 2 results, the business crashes and takes down the person who comes in.

    concentrate on the main business.

    tim

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    Tagntrade
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    Thanks Tim,

    I understand where you are coming from, but focusing on a niche market I thought would yield better results and give me a better value for any money that goes in.

    I think that the two are separate and work independently. Though it is true that a large portion of the money went into Tag ‘n’ Trade, I still think that now focusing on a smaller market would give me the boost I need. But it all comes down to the almighty dollar to get the exposure it needs. Unless you can think of something where I could get people using it without that outlay to get it noticed?

    Thanks in advance

    Tristan

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    the first 8 years of my internet business now 15yrs old were a very highly focused market, not only did i concerntrate i just one vertical i did in only in one area of australia with a population of @ 250,000 people , so not the 23 million we have now.

    babies are a great business to be in with over @ 270,000 born each year ( last time i looked) and i remember the early years of my kids lives constantly swapping clothes with my relatives and friends as one of mine was 6 months older and one of theres was 6 months older etc.

    its getting the traction online that is going to be your problem, if you have no money then you are going to have to invest with time, facebook, pinterest, instagram are all go mother avenues to get followings.

    also tntbaby as a domain doesn’t excite me.

    tim

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    Peter Watson
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    In a nut shell you need SEO (search engine optimisation).

    And what is the deal with http://www.tagntrade.com.au/? What is the affiliation?

    They look like duplicate sites?

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    Peter Watson, post: 205152 wrote:
    In a nut shell you need SEO (search engine optimisation).

    And what is the deal with http://www.tagntrade.com.au/? What is the affiliation?

    They look like duplicate sites?

    They are. You see I started Tag ‘n’ Trade but it was too hard to target an audience without a massive budget as it is a general sell-anything site.

    That is why Baby was born. Servicing a niche market made advertising and content a lot easier to create and with easier access to streams of people that wanted to use the service.

    I would also like to take this opportunity to thank the community. The support has been overwhelming and the messages – helpful and insightful.

    I’ll keep responding to them, and thank you for all the help

    Tristan

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