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Topic # 139299 3-Feb-2014 23:07 Send private message

I've always loved the forums and help people.

So I've started a community to help people for free. My idea is to built a good knowledge database for non-technical users.

I can see a gap for a website between the people having little issues and calling or hiring a company to fix their problems.
Most of the time are really simple things and I want to help.

The website is now hosted in my one of my private servers.

http://beforethegeek.no-ip.org


Any ideas or help are more than welcome.

Tks

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  Reply # 992439 22-Feb-2014 17:32 Send private message

Hmm would love to help but cant see the business model. Is the idea to follow through on problems until they are solved??




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