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February 14, 2017, 02:19:47 PM
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Hey,

an idea has come up to my mind, and I thought i could ask here how i could do this.

I have an idea for a website, but i can´t programm websites very well, furthermore I want a partner in this.
Can anyone recommend what i should do now ? I mean ideas are stolen quick and the only thing I got is an idea and a small amount of money to invest. (you don´t need much for my idea, so i could cover all costs at the beginning)

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February 14, 2017, 02:46:30 PM
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It depends on how big your project is, if you have money to invest then you can outsource the development part from freelancing websites.If you think I am trusted enough, you can share idea with me and if it impress me , we can discuss further.


 
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February 14, 2017, 03:10:22 PM
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Ideas are worth nothing to be honest. Everyone has ideas. Implementations are what counts.
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February 14, 2017, 03:16:52 PM
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It depends on how big your project is, if you have money to invest then you can outsource the development part from freelancing websites.If you think I am trusted enough, you can share idea with me and if it impress me , we can discuss further.

I know not too much about web dev but i can code so give me that. I think only 2 persons should be required in the beginning

I think the project would be great for one who develops the site, and one who manages the rest.

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February 14, 2017, 03:49:56 PM
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It depends on how complex the idea is.
Most developers won't work solely for equity so you'd have to offer them a cash incentive too. If the site isn't too complex you could try outsourcing smaller tasks to different freelancers and put the final product together. Even if that isn't perfect, it could give you a working prototype to show to potential partners/investors who could then help in building/financing the final site.
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February 14, 2017, 04:01:15 PM
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It depends on how complex the idea is.
Most developers won't work solely for equity so you'd have to offer them a cash incentive too. If the site isn't too complex you could try outsourcing smaller tasks to different freelancers and put the final product together. Even if that isn't perfect, it could give you a working prototype to show to potential partners/investors who could then help in building/financing the final site.

Really good idea, i might do this, but i still prefer a partner, who can develop a website, because i can´t. Profit would be shared 50/50

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February 14, 2017, 04:24:54 PM
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It depends on how complex the idea is.
Most developers won't work solely for equity so you'd have to offer them a cash incentive too. If the site isn't too complex you could try outsourcing smaller tasks to different freelancers and put the final product together. Even if that isn't perfect, it could give you a working prototype to show to potential partners/investors who could then help in building/financing the final site.

Really good idea, i might do this, but i still prefer a partner, who can develop a website, because i can´t. Profit would be shared 50/50

Drum rolls.. and the idea is... ?

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February 14, 2017, 04:27:15 PM
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It depends on how complex the idea is.
Most developers won't work solely for equity so you'd have to offer them a cash incentive too. If the site isn't too complex you could try outsourcing smaller tasks to different freelancers and put the final product together. Even if that isn't perfect, it could give you a working prototype to show to potential partners/investors who could then help in building/financing the final site.

Really good idea, i might do this, but i still prefer a partner, who can develop a website, because i can´t. Profit would be shared 50/50

Drum rolls.. and the idea is... ?

Yea youre completely right, i will post it now here so somebody can steal it ...

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February 14, 2017, 05:40:13 PM
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on ideas there should be proof of concept, it's implementation that count's.  try first a simple prototype since you got little funds to start with

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February 14, 2017, 05:53:51 PM
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It depends on how complex the idea is.
Most developers won't work solely for equity so you'd have to offer them a cash incentive too. If the site isn't too complex you could try outsourcing smaller tasks to different freelancers and put the final product together. Even if that isn't perfect, it could give you a working prototype to show to potential partners/investors who could then help in building/financing the final site.

Really good idea, i might do this, but i still prefer a partner, who can develop a website, because i can´t. Profit would be shared 50/50

The above suggestion is good.

If you ever figured you just need a php programmer, my business partner can handle such. I have partnered with him for a long time developing websites from layout to coding them. We can also custom edit worpdress themes, plugins and websites. PM me in interested. We can do the bits of it just so you won't need to share your whole idea.

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February 14, 2017, 06:15:54 PM
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It depends on how complex the idea is.
Most developers won't work solely for equity so you'd have to offer them a cash incentive too. If the site isn't too complex you could try outsourcing smaller tasks to different freelancers and put the final product together. Even if that isn't perfect, it could give you a working prototype to show to potential partners/investors who could then help in building/financing the final site.

Really good idea, i might do this, but i still prefer a partner, who can develop a website, because i can´t. Profit would be shared 50/50

The above suggestion is good.

If you ever figured you just need a php programmer, my business partner can handle such. I have partnered with him for a long time developing websites from layout to coding them. We can also custom edit worpdress themes, plugins and websites. PM me in interested. We can do the bits of it just so you won't need to share your whole idea.

I try to do a template of what i want with some of this noob like website designers which got drag and drop now. I will work on it for a few days, and if i think its worth some investment i will contact you.

Ty very much  Smiley

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February 14, 2017, 06:18:50 PM
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Ideas are worth nothing to be honest. Everyone has ideas. Implementations are what counts.

^This right here. Marketing is 100x more important especially for websites. There are many websites that are better than popular websites today but better doesn't automatically mean more popular. So if all you have is a website idea and no way to market it and get tons of traffic then the idea is worthless. I'm 99.99% sure someone else already thought of your idea or even started it already somewhere.
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February 14, 2017, 08:31:42 PM
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*snip*

Yea youre completely right, i will post it now here so somebody can steal it ...

You don't explain much details I think, just the basic what your ideas.

*snip*

I try to do a template of what i want with some of this noob like website designers which got drag and drop now. I will work on it for a few days, and if i think its worth some investment i will contact you.

Ty very much  Smiley

If you looking for a designer, just shoot me with PM.

Ideas are worth nothing to be honest. Everyone has ideas. Implementations are what counts.

^This right here. Marketing is 100x more important especially for websites. There are many websites that are better than popular websites today but better doesn't automatically mean more popular. So if all you have is a website idea and no way to market it and get tons of traffic then the idea is worthless. I'm 99.99% sure someone else already thought of your idea or even started it already somewhere.

That's true, there are hundreds project out there which the ideas and the innovation have a good value, but sadly the marketing is not run so well. In fact such good ideas can be defeated by the project which already have a lot same ideas with the other.
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February 14, 2017, 09:37:59 PM
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It depends on how complex the idea is.
Most developers won't work solely for equity so you'd have to offer them a cash incentive too. If the site isn't too complex you could try outsourcing smaller tasks to different freelancers and put the final product together. Even if that isn't perfect, it could give you a working prototype to show to potential partners/investors who could then help in building/financing the final site.

Really good idea, i might do this, but i still prefer a partner, who can develop a website, because i can´t. Profit would be shared 50/50

I understand. Ideally that would be best but the problem is that very few developers would want to work for sweet equity only. Working on the project takes time and uses skills that they've worked hard on to develop, both of which could be earning them money elsewhere. They need to earn an income too and therefore wouldn't really be in a position to accept a job for equity only. If the project fails then it's a lot of work spent on nothing. I'm not saying you need to pay very high fees, but equity with a fair salary for the work involved is usually what's accepted.
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February 15, 2017, 01:41:36 AM
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It depends on how complex the idea is.
Most developers won't work solely for equity so you'd have to offer them a cash incentive too. If the site isn't too complex you could try outsourcing smaller tasks to different freelancers and put the final product together. Even if that isn't perfect, it could give you a working prototype to show to potential partners/investors who could then help in building/financing the final site.

Really good idea, i might do this, but i still prefer a partner, who can develop a website, because i can´t. Profit would be shared 50/50

Drum rolls.. and the idea is... ?

Yea youre completely right, i will post it now here so somebody can steal it ...

Listen, first and foremost. Listen.
We all have brains and we all can think. Chances are you're not someone like Einstein and you havent thought of something of similar importance to the rosenberg's uncertainty principle. Chances are, what you're thinking of, is already thought of by someone else.
On the odd chance that you were someone like Einstein, then the least thing you could have done is teach yourself how to code & we wouldnt be having this conversation.

Right now you're like that sketchy guy in a long overcoat standing in shadows and asking every passervy "pSsst..! hey you, I've got a sweet money making idea, come jump off the cliff with me!"

So, once again. Talk about your project. Involve people and LISTEN to what they have to say. If you dont want to listen, then you should close this thread. But then technically you'd be 'listening' to that advice of mine.

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February 15, 2017, 01:57:53 AM
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Ideas are worth nothing to be honest. Everyone has ideas. Implementations are what counts.

^This right here. Marketing is 100x more important especially for websites. There are many websites that are better than popular websites today but better doesn't automatically mean more popular. So if all you have is a website idea and no way to market it and get tons of traffic then the idea is worthless. I'm 99.99% sure someone else already thought of your idea or even started it already somewhere.


LOL. how come does idea is nothing compared to marketing, you will don't have a good marketing if the idea that you will promote are useless/nonsense, No one will bother to invest on you if your project is a trash. Idea is the root to start a project so basically it is the most important part of a project. An ICO is meant for that,
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February 15, 2017, 10:40:44 AM
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I have shared my idea with a guy i trust, I hope we will succed with it  Smiley

Ty for all your help, i lock this tread now

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