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How would I get Zillow to buy a house for me, in order to launch my radio show?

My business partner plans to launch an internet radio show that will be broadcast locally and internationally. I have two wonderful agents who helped me develop a marketing plan that is brilliant!. I think outside of the box, hopefully you do as well. =D L

  • July 17 - Brooklyn
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How would advertisement outside the area on real estate will have an impact your business?
Advertise in Russian, Chinese overseas? 
Real estate is strictly a neighborhood or local thing.


Sam Shueh 
  • July 18
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Good luck with that.
  • July 18
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1) Why would you "need" a house to have an internet radio show?  Even someone living on the streets can produce an internet radio show these days.

2) Why would you even need any financial backers for starting an internet radio show?  Domain names are "cheap", and so is web-space and hosting.  Your larger expense will be "marketing" and "search engine optimization" in order to actually "find an audience".  There are millions of world wide "internet radio shows" that have an audience of less than 1,000 people.  It does no good to "produce good content" if you have no one accessing it.

3) Do you plan to "volunteer your time" for the show production?  Or do you expect to receive some income?  What business model do you intend to use for your revenue?  Advertisements?  Will you just do "Google syndicated ads", or do you plan on doing advertisement marketing?  Zillow took 5 years of running in the red, spending Millions of Dollars they didn't have before they had a business model that actually paid expenses.

By the way, almost everyone claims they "think outside the box", but almost no one does.  They have been too brain-washed by Television, Movies, Magazines, Radio, and "mandatory education" propaganda indoctrination.  Even if none of those, they are still highly influenced by their parents and up-bringing.
  • July 18
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Ambitious dream.... not realistic.   Or, you could invest in Zillow stock a couple of years ago and sell today and use the gains towards home purchase.

While Zillow does advertise, once you are up and running successfully they may see how supporting your business with their advertising will be to their benefit.    Here's a link to understand more about Zillow.

I humbly think you need to work on your sales pitch!

  • July 17
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