July 17, 2007 7:51 PM EDT
FINE... you want to talk about it???
I asked people to look past being on Million Dollar Wiki, but obvioulsy it is going to keep being brought up unless I address the reasons why I bought my page.
Why did you buy a page?
It is attracting my targeted audience, entrepreneurs. Most of the page owners already know to come to me for ideas on the MDW forum and I even got 2 paying clients from Million Dollar Wiki.
Price this, price that...
3.95x12 = 47.40
+6.99 for domain= $53.39 every year
in less than two years I will pay over the only $100 I spent on Million Dollar Wiki.
The header takes over your page
I know what you mean, but if you surf the site, you`ll see it on every page - most people will realize that right away. Especially after the site grows.
But no one knows the site
It is new and there are not many people on the site. I am taking a chance that it will flop.
It`s a Million Dollar Homepage rip off
No it is not. I would never buy a square on one of those ridiculous sites - even the original. There is no pixel advertising. MDHompage only got visitors from the publicity and it died. MDWiki is based on content - and I bet that is what will draw people to the site, not just a big PR blitz.
It is a copy of squidoo
Squidoo is free - but that`s the problem. How many sites have free user generated content. I`m tired of myspace and all the crappy wepages that attract nothing but spam. I am glad to know that not just anyone can own a page.
MDW should be paying you for all the free advertising of their brand on your page
Only means that every page owner who advertises their page is giving MDW a better shot at making it. I`d rather have that then feel my investment has a small chance at making it.
Anyone else think I am stupid for basing my presense on this site? I eventually will get a domain and site - but only if I can make my business work first. The added bonus is if Million Dollar Wiki makes it, I will be connected to hundreds upon hundreds of entrepreneurs, who know the name ideaGENERATOR because I grew with the community from the start.
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