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Originally Posted by skerry2006aj View Post
 

How much it takes the average man to get to win 1000$ a month, with less than 1h/day of work? or in these conditions, it is not entirely possible?

 

It's impossible to predict. It all depends on what you do. But like I said, I've made far more than that in a single day on multiple occasions, so it is definitely possible. If you are a beginner who doesn't know the ropes, you should worry about making your first dollar first, and then build up from there. But let's not make this a thread about marketing techniques. lol

post #5117 of 5130

YKYAAW you break the YKYAAW thread because you want more money to spend on headphones! 

 

the discussion might interest more than one person more than we think right now, as everyone is searching for a better way, always.

post #5118 of 5130

YKYAA when your friends turn to you for headphone advice.

post #5119 of 5130
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the discussion might interest more than one person more than we think right now, as everyone is searching for a better way, always.

I'm certainly interested, though I don't know how much I'm interested in actually doing it. I'll likely take a marketing course my senior year, which, though is probably not quite focused on what Alchemist does, is a similar topic.

 

YKYAAW the only things you plan to do if you get a lot of money are save it for college and buy audio gear.

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I'm certainly interested, though I don't know how much I'm interested in actually doing it. I'll likely take a marketing course my senior year, which, though is probably not quite focused on what Alchemist does, is a similar topic.

 

Marketing courses in high school / college just teach theory, for the most part. Real marketing courses show you everything to do, step by step, but many of them are expensive. Since I have industry connections, I have hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of marketing courses stored on my hard drives.

 

YKYAAW you're too busy working on making money to buy audio gear to teach others how to do the same. ^_^

post #5121 of 5130

Going all in!

 

Lavc51.58.0

My mission: turn ~$600 into thousands so I can cover all my living expenses and buy both the HD 800 and HE1000 within the next ten days! :D
 

 

And then, I set my sights on the Schiit Ragnarok and Yggdrasil.

 

I know I'm an audiophile. :tongue_smile: 


Edited by Music Alchemist - 4/22/15 at 12:56pm
post #5122 of 5130

When your gf texts you that the window washers moved your sub and you are instantly terrified.

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Originally Posted by Music Alchemist View Post
 

Going all in!

 

Lavc51.58.0

My mission: turn ~$600 into thousands so I can cover all my living expenses and buy both the HD 800 and HE1000 within the next ten days! :D
 

 

And then, I set my sights on the Schiit Ragnarok and Yggdrasil.

 

I know I'm an audiophile. :tongue_smile: 

I am quite interested to see how that works and i am also interested in taking lessons from you in this. 

 

I am trying these days to get some founding for my project, which is becoming more and more real, with the passing of time.

post #5124 of 5130
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I am quite interested to see how that works and i am also interested in taking lessons from you in this. 

I am trying these days to get some founding for my project, which is becoming more and more real, with the passing of time.

Try to set up a webpage with a place to donate!
post #5125 of 5130
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Try to set up a webpage with a place to donate!

I first need money to buy a domain, and a laptop to design the page, i need money to patent my project for somebody to not steal it from the ideeas posted within the page.

 

This is why i had not started it yet. It is not extremely simple, but after i will gather the needed money, it should be the best thing after sliced bread, if all works well.

post #5126 of 5130
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I am quite interested to see how that works and i am also interested in taking lessons from you in this. 

 

You can't afford me. ^_^

post #5127 of 5130
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I first need money to buy a domain, and a laptop to design the page, i need money to patent my project for somebody to not steal it from the ideeas posted within the page.

This is why i had not started it yet. It is not extremely simple, but after i will gather the needed money, it should be the best thing after sliced bread, if all works well.

I hope you succeed! I would like to see this get off the ground. The next best thing (maybe) is to make it open source. It's already free, but you can have a community help with the project.
post #5128 of 5130
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I hope you succeed! I would like to see this get off the ground. The next best thing (maybe) is to make it open source. It's already free, but you can have a community help with the project.

open source is great only when you are using low tier technology. with very high tier technology, open source means exploit prone, when it comes to very high quality source with complicated code. 

For the scheme i have in mind , i am going to need a pretty large team to develop it, as it is going to be something pretty strong, again if i succed. 

Second option to having a paird version is having a free version supported by ads. This can be extremely helpfull, because nothing can reun absolutley free, as developers, programmers and all the people involved need to live, and need a lot of equipment for running and developing.

post #5129 of 5130
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Originally Posted by Music Alchemist View Post
 

 

You can't afford me. ^_^

considering how what i am doing is going to look like, 

 

you might become interested in helping me.

 

Belive me, this si going to be great.

 

If big companies might ever become interested, this could actually help already existent software, letting users experience a higher quality with already existent softwares.Think about how great this could be.

post #5130 of 5130
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Originally Posted by skerry2006aj View Post
 

considering how what i am doing is going to look like, 

 

you might become interested in helping me.

 

Belive me, this si going to be great.

 

If big companies might ever become interested, this could actually help already existent software, letting users experience a higher quality with already existent softwares.Think about how great this could be.

 

Oh, so you're trying to recruit me for a joint venture now? hehe

 

At first, I thought you wanted private coaching to learn marketing techniques or something.

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