New registrants on these forums often feel a bit overwhelmed by some of the expert advice and feel that they can't contribute on the same level.
However, some of our best threads were started by newer members asking great questions so we encourage everybody, whatever your level of experience, to get stuck in.
But what do you write about?
If you do feel you've learned a lot from these boards and would like to give something back, this thread is for you! It will contain a collection of suggestions for research you can do - research anybody can do - to collect material for a quality post that helps others (and attracts you ThankYous and reputation points/start/green blobs). There's one further reward. Take up a few of the suggestions below and make good enough posts and I'll manually bump your membership level up to include access to our VIP Lounge.
You could compile a lot of lists via using this site's search facility and/or the Google search option of site:experienced-people.net + keyword. You could get together our best posts on places to sell websites, posts on affiliate programs, posts on Wordpress or posts on another topic of interest to you ... and create a new thread with links to all those posts/threads. "EP's Top Posts on Due Diligence" is one example.
If you've been doing a lot of reading at these forums, you'll have found some threads you like better than others. When you find a thread you like, bookmark it, or subscribe to it by going to the toolbar just above the first post and clicking on Thread Tools. After a few days, you'll have a collection of the threads that you found most useful. Start a new thread linking to all of those with a few words about why you liked those threads.
There are many ex-site flippers setting themselves up in business as website brokers - there were no less than 50 at last count. We don't have a comprehensive list of these brokers. If you could use a combination of Google, Bing, Blekko, DuckDuckGo, DMOZ etc., to compile a list, that would be great. Please ensure that their websites are working and try and work out if they are currently active as brokers before including them in your list.
We need a similar list to the above when it comes to top bloggers in the Internet Marketing niche. You could check their Alexa rank and number of RSS subscribers to gauge how popular their sites are before including them in your list.
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