How to make money online ?
I basically started building it out of boredom, and people started noticing it three days after I launched it,” says Ali. So did interested suitors: Nine months later, the 26-year-old sold his hobby-cum-enterprise, called Esgut, to Palo Alto, Calif.-based Social Gaming Network for “several million dollars” (he’s not allowed to share the exact purchase price).
For all the troubles in the economy, the Internet continues to be a hotbed of innovation, entrepreneurship and, as development costs continue to decrease, stiff competition. Some of the most lucrative ideas have yet to hit the drawing boards. “I could almost make the case that the idea you think is really stupid is [the one that will] succeed,” says Guy Kawasaki, partner at Garage Ventures.
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