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PostPosted: Sun Apr 05, 2009 5:57 am 

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The idea is so good lately i can not sleep over it. I looked at it from every angle i can't see any cons about it. Here's the thing i don't own a dating site and can't put the idea to work. I've been toying with the idea of starting a dating site for years but haven't because i didn't have a revenue model. I didn't want to do the free or monthly membership model i wanted to be innovative. I guarantee if i had a dating site with this idea the whole industry would follow it.

Obviously i'm not coming up with ideas for my health so i would like to make money off of this idea. I do not have much start up capital to get a site going that would have enough members to make money.

So how could i make money with this? Could i patent it? Could i sell it? Im a nice guy but im not about to give out my idea for free and have people potentially make a lot of money off of it and i get nothing.

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