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  johnny Admin Pioneer Moderator
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You could be pouring in the effort into the blog and forum every day. And there seems to be no movement among the members and the discussions. If it's a blog then you are not getting traffic and the social shares. And if you consider the revenue as a means to measure the project. I personally give 5 years to the project where I have created content and promoted everyday or weekly without fail. I know in ideal world we should not quit but money spending on something that has no financial returns is going to end some day. But each of us make the call with different circumstances.

How do you figure out when to quit and when to keep things going ?

Mar 15th 2019 at 1:56 PM
  johnny Admin Pioneer Moderator
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On my side I think I would quit when the niche is way too competitive - and it's simply not worth it to buy the ads to overcome the competition. OK, one example was when I was trying to make a hosting company - as in a website selling hosting - as opposed to simply being about hosting. Well, that one just eventually seemed like a loser to me, as my attention drifted to educational and music forums which offer a better shot at things.

Well, on 2nd though, I think it's possible to win the hosting niche, even for an ordinary guy - but I simply got bored with it - and also hosting brings up the chance of lawsuits, etc. that I feel is not worth the trouble.

Mar 15th 2019 at 1:57 PM
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