Thursday, November 29, 2012

The 7 Deadly Sins & A Successful Website

I read this a while back from somewhere I can't quite remember but maybe I thought of it on my own. Whichever way you look at it, this is probably insightful for those of you who are looking at starting a successful website or business. Yes this applies to businesses as well.

Q1: When can you say your business is successful?

A1: When it makes the monies.

Q2: How do you get there?
A2: You address a need

Q3: WTF, but them peoples all got food, clothing and shelter (I guess you are targeting the part of the human population that ACTUALLY has the monies to spend) So what need do I need to address?
A3: If you are creative and intelligent you can address a need like the way Edison (God rest his soul) built the light bulb. So go find some part of human life that can be made better and you could get a successful business running mehn!

Q4: Blah, I'm dumb. My middle name is stupid and my last name is sloth what now?
A4: Prey on any of the 7 deadly sins (Sounding as cliche as possible my brotha')

Blah blah blah.. yeah so..

Look at all the successful sites around you, most of them if not all prey on three or more of the 7 deadly sins.
Examples include Facebook, MySpace etc

Facebook is fueled by envy and pride among other deadly sins. I'm not dissing the site, it also has a lot of nice nice merits like keeping people connected and shit like that but hey, most of the *h*** you k*** that use it go on th*** and get h****** on for obvious reasons. (I've censored some of this koohawky 'cause I didn't want to s***d s*****)

Oh and here's a list of the 7 deadly sins for those of us that didn't attend Sunday Catechism class.
Lust, gluttony, pride, envy, greed, sloth and wrath.

Have at it:

So you want to make the monies? Want to get kazillions of hits a day on your all so awesome website? Go prey on your friends worst. Would I do this? Maybe. I don't really know, I don't really go out of my way and ask myself, How can I make my project prey on my friends worst? I just build what I find fun to build.

That's all.


ZOIT: What I told my friend when I wrote this blog post: Mehn, I'm writing useful shit and all man.