My girlfriend and I want to start our own porn site?

Question by : My girlfriend and I want to start our own porn site?
We’re both young and attractive but we’re kind of clueless about how to actually get started.

I read about infrastructure, servers, content management systems, and all that stuff. We don’t know what that means. We don’t even know how to make a website.

Anyone want to manage everything for us? Obviously you would get a portion of the profits. Or can someone just give me a step by step guide? What should we do?

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Answer by Amanda
I would just have to say that is a really bad idea!

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4 Responses to “My girlfriend and I want to start our own porn site?”

  1. malachi_1616 says:

    I am in the business of designing/hosting/maintaining websites, I can help you out if you are serious.

  2. Ulquiorra says:

    waste of money….

  3. Carl says:

    .50 cents a month!

    Been with them for 4 years now~
    They’re all pretty much the same. Go with the cheapest. http://www.dollarhostnow.com

    P.S.
    DO NOT use free hosting companies if you want to be taken seriously. They will put their company’s name on your site. Not the case with Dollarhostnow.com – I use templates and host them with dollarhostnow.com

  4. JamesZ says:

    If you want to make money without any up front investment, don’t waste your time. I have been on the technology side for many years and get approached with website ideas where I get paid once the website starts making money.

    I’ve never taken anybody up on that offer, but I have always tracked the people/ideas to see how they fared. I actually keep it in an Excel spreadsheet…cause I’m a geek that way. Currently my list shows that out of 71 people/ideas who wanted to start a website with little to no up front investment, 69 people failed, 1 person is still struggling after two years and 1 person actually got their idea off the ground and is moderately successful.

    If you truly believe in your idea, get the money together and hire a professional. The problem with having someone work for a potential cut of the profits are: (1) they are probably doing the work “on the side,” which means the work isn’t a priority to them – so when you want something done faster, they don’t care, because they are making any money off it, (2) there is a greater potential for that person to walk away in the middle of things.

    So to sum it up, work with a professional who you are paying – you can get people to work on a fixed-price budget, and ONLY pay after certain milestones are met, e.g., once the basic unrefined website is up and running, you pay 30% of the total cost.