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    Sounds like you must have a good idea & niche in mind, then!

    Congrats on taking fast action.
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    Well i've been working on my blog site ... I have alot done. I just need to do some tweaking here and there and add more as I go. I'm working on getting my affiliate links on the main page still. I would love some feedback on the site ... any ideas on changes I would love to hear. My site is http://www.eastcoastslotcars.com This is my first site and hope to build more!

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    My first thought would be to get rid of the flashy stuff (the Welcome, the bar below it, flag, etc.) and you don't need the counter or calendar on the right sidebar, it will take up valuable space.

    Looks like you have some links on the left sidebar, I would put them on a page if you want to keep them.
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    Thanx I am also looking to create a logo ....

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    Try http://www.fiverr.com for an inexpensive ($5) logo.
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    Cool site, Allen. I had an Aurora HO set when I was a kid. I've noticed over at the HobbyTalk forum that vintage slot car things are pretty popular with a niche crowd these days.

    There's no doubt a few ways to monetize a site like yours. The easiest way would be Google Adsense, followed by Amazon (which probably sells some slot car stuff). If you can get on as an affiliate with one of the big online hobby suppliers, that would probably offer the best return. Also, it's possible to set up as an affiliate with eBay, thus allowing you to earn commissions on some vintage stuff. I've not done that, though, and I've heard they can be a bit picky with affiliates. You might try them after your site's been up awhile.

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    Thanx much ... I love slot cars ... I do more collecting more than racing. Im already looking to streamline the site more. I've just set up with ebay partner network and found a few more slot car affiliates to sign up with and looking for more.

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    Way to take action and get things rolling!

    Pun intended, lol ;-)
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    Thank you Lynn and everyone else for all your help

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    So the site is up ... working on getting affiliates is there anything i can do to make what I have better? Streamline more? What can I do to make this site stand out? Any ideas?

    www.eastcoastslotcars.com

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