captaincool — 2011-06-15T08:09:39-04:00 — #1
I would like to know what educational website on the lines of teachmefinance.com or moneychimp.com .
Few years back tutorial websites were hot property , is that the case now as well.
I would like to make a tutorials site on finance cause thats the only thing I know.
Thanks for reading this
leadboltbrian — 2011-06-15T15:43:26-04:00 — #2
Would there be a specific format to these tutorials? Are you targeting total financial incompetence, expertise, or both? The key thing here is to be unique in how it's presented. Especially if you're focusing on those who are relatively new to finance you don't want a stale, run-of-the-mill type of format. You want to apply an engaging technique (i.e. "The Midas of Numbers - Turning Your Knowledge of Finance Into Gold!").
Then you can build a couple of different e-books under that brand and promote them with affiliate programs like Clickbank. We have a number of e-book authors who apply CPA offers to help monetize their product on a "freemium" format. Tons of options out there for you.
captaincool — 2011-06-16T01:34:49-04:00 — #3
Thank You for your reply.
I do understand and want the USP of my site to be 'simplification of finance as much as possible' , however I was only wondering what is the earning potential of a finance niche site.
It is a broad niche and you can find millions of sites like that and I have been told that entertainment sites are useless no matter how popular they are.