sexy guy: How much investment is needed to make a social networking website?
What are the details if i want to start a social networking website of my own?
What would it cost to get the website made, the server,etc?
And what other things/facilities would i need?
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Answer by Jack
Well if you think this would be simple, it wouldn’t at all, especially if you wanted it to be popular. It would require a great deal of knowledge of how to code. You would most likely need other people who also knew how to do this. You would also need a lot of software to program the website, too. And it all depends where you plan on hosting the website, you could buy a hoster, or you could host it from home for free, OR you could buy a server. Hosting it from home is free, buying a host depends on the company, and buying a server depends on what kind of server you get, a small one can round to about a $ 1,000(But you’ll need more later on so it wouldn’t crash due to overload.) You’d also need “White” hackers to tell you how your website could be hacked so you could fix those.
maybe $ 100000, and there are software programmers like hundred thousand of them who also want to make a facebook/youtube website and they have a real good idea what they need for such a site and there must be a reason why there are not that many of them out there
in todays world, anyone coming up with an internet idea has 1000s of internet geeks that already thought of the same thingAnswer by Xeltran1
You must have marketing and programming knowledge.
Have an idea for a unique social website.
Get a programmer to program the site.
Get a designer to design the site.
Or learn those things yourselves.Answer by S
It just really depends on breadth of your project. You can have a social networking site up and running with your own domain name on a hosted server for just a couple of hundred dollars (short term domain name registration and host commitment term).
We started our social networking site on a shoestring because it is based on open source programming code, but has still required fairly massive amounts of programming and have depended largely on word-of-mouth for promotion.
To roll out a large project with on-board programmer and large marketing budget to get a serious buzz started about your site? Better have 100k or so just to start.
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