Million Dollar Wiki:Blog
Hi, my name is Graham Langdon, and I am going to make a million dollars. I'm graduating college this year and I'm in debt way over my head. Come May 2008 I'll have an undergraduate degree in anthropology, $50,000 to pay off, no car and no plan for the future. Doesn't sound too appealing does it? I want to work for myself and open a bar with my good friend, but that costs money, money I don't have.
Enter the Million Dollar Wiki. Think of my site like Wikipedia. There is a page for literally everything. However, instead of being open for anyone to edit, one person owns each page. They purchase the page from me, set the content, and use it to drive traffic to their site or get their message out to the world. Now the twist comes: after I sell the goal of 10,000 words, I am going to open existing words up for resale. That means if you grabbed a word that someone else is just dying to have, no matter what the price, you can CASH IN. I want to maximize the benefits of purchasing a page any way I can, and this seemed to be a clear way to do that.
So that's the big idea to solve all my monetary woes: A great domain name, 10,000 words, $100 per word, the right publicity, and one million dollars. It's a simple idea, and while it's beautiful in its simplicity, I'm going to need to make this thing snowball to the point where Coca Cola is purchasing "soda", "refreshing", "cola", "beverage", "cold", and "coke". I need Apple purchasing "apple", "ipod", "mp3", and a page for "Zune" saying that Zune sucks! Yeah... they would never do that. But nonetheless, if I can get the right buzz for this thing, which is crazy enough it just might work, I could be on my way to the bank. And then I'm going to open this bar in Boston, but I can't tell you anything about that. Don't want anyone stealing the idea! I will say this though. It will be, without a doubt, the BEST bar in the known world.
So, without further ado, The Million Dollar Wiki. Buy your page today, for only $100. So get in early and buy the good words like "business" and "money" and "ringtones". I guarantee the site will be here for fifteen years at least, but I want to pass it down through my family for hundreds of years. Seriously. My children's children's children will own this site if my lawyers do their job right. ...Not that I have lawyers yet but you get the idea.
I'm going to update my blog every step of the way, so stop back often! G