Great idea and I hope you the best. I guess you are starting something like
a YouTube for electrical people.
I have been renting streaming space for videos at PlayStream.com. Does
Google charge for your videos?
I remember in July 1995 when there were 3.7 million web pages, but not a
single electrical page. I put up the very first electrical site on the
Internet in July of that year that became electrician.com. For years
electrician.com was within the top three sites at the Google search engine
when the word "electrician" was searched. The traffic for my site kept
rising and reached 800 hits a day until I sold the domain name in April of
2006 to a click for cash group. I moved my site to electrician2.com and
traffic dropped dramatically.
Now my big problem is taxes on the domain name sale. You might not believe
this but the IRS does not have a clear rule on taxing the profits from a
domain name sale. This area is new because domain names are not really
owned by the registrar and only the rights to use the domain name are
transferred. Of course the big difference is regular income taxed at 31 per
cent verses capital gains taxed at 15 per cent. Supposedly there is a law
suit on this with the domain name sale of sex.com that sold for $5 million
that will determine the tax situation. The rest of us are awaiting the
outcome of that suit.
I am trying to do the same for the electrical picture
As i am still a student i need to see all am studying
So i am collecting now electrical pics
I will let u see my work soon
Somehow there must have been a short circuit in the conduit, perhaps
because a mouse gnawed the insulation. The short was enough to char/burn
the insulation and because of that, there was uninsulated wires in there
bouncing around now. It continued to have shorts often. Considering the
size of the pole pigs, there was plenty of energy available to roast the