If I were “Mr. StartupNation”, the first two sentences of your pitch would be a massive turnoff for me and I would probably be disinclined to further listen to you.
Citing that not entertaining your proposal would be “the biggest mistake” without offering any fundamentals of how you arrived at this valuation is a nothing but a presumptuous and baseless attempt to lecture your audience.
Assuming that your site isn’t live yet, selling advertising will be tough as it usually takes anywhere from 2-3 months to even register with the major search engines. So, unless you are prepared to spend some money on advertising to expedite that process, what’s in it for advertisers on your site?
Our firm recently worked with a site that was well established and gave 2 months worth of advertising away free of charge in hopes of advertisers would stay on after that.
I would also recommend that you refrain from using the term “adult entertainment” as this is widely associated with the porn industry (that is unless your site caters to this industry).
Finally, keep in mind that although you might have an idea for a site that might be relevant to the entertainment industry in the Bahamas, as far as advertising is concerned, you will be competing on a global level.
Sorry, to curb your enthusiasm, but this strategy is very unlikely to work.
I hope this helps.
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