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So, I've looked at a few of the threads and this question was not asked that I've seen. I looked at the land ownership tiers and monthly expenses. But it only goes up to the region. My question is, is that the maximum tier or is that per region. For example. If I decide to own multiple regions will I only get charged the $175 per month or is that $175 per region per month? Also, I am willing to invest in some profitable endeavors if there are people looking for partners on running a sim. I have limited knowledge in building, but I am a great decorator and have been getting back into working on photoshop as well as have financial backing for this. Although, I can invest some hundreds per month and not thousands at the moment, but am willing to grow as we grow. I want to be a business owner/partner and am trying to figure out the best way about it in secondlife. I feel that buying and renting out properties while having multiple financial adventures on the rented lands would be the most beneficial way to do this. I rent land and can show my skills that I have as of now and we can grow together 🙂
Hello there! Thanks so much for taking the time to even click on this topic ❤️ First I'll introduce myself, My name is Alexis but you can call me Lexy if you'd like ? I'm in the making of becoming an SL entrepreneur! So let's get into it! The name of my startup is Lexy's machinima studio as you can pretty much guess now, it will be a machinima business. Why this type of business? Well in all honesty, There are 3 main reasons I've chosen a machinima business. #1 I love story telling and sharing it with people! It's a serious passion I have with all my heart, my drive for show business is impeccable! #2 It's highly in demand for people in SL! I say this because in most virtual worlds people love the idea of becoming an Icon, whether that be a fashion icon or a film icon people want it. As you know even in real life the reason why the film industry is so popular is because of the stars and the old talk of fame & fortune. I'm sure most of you can relate. #3 Here is probably a big reason why you're here! The income for a machinima studio can be big (if done right). There is an outstanding number of ways to make money with a machinima studio. An example can be advertising! If you look at some photography studios they may take on logo projects (or adverts). The machinima studio can take on commercial projects! Music video projects for up & coming stars of sl ? and even charge a price for ads and commercials running on the studios channel. Now if you're interested investing in Lexy's machinima studio let me explain, you would be buying a percentage of the business and that percentage you own is the amount of income and profit you get! In other words it's like buying a stock. What the money will go towards: 1. Payroll for employees (There are many positions!) 2. Props and stages 3. editing 4. and advertising To invest we offer you the following google form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSewabxeUwm8XEl-52NTbHpKmEe7wcpdb3SVu4RMq7hrBYnPrA/viewform please click the link above to get started! If you have any questions you may leave them on this topic or submit them in privacy in the link above ?
I've been part of Second Life for about fifteen years across a couple of accounts. Outside of the virtual world I've run many businesses and invested in plenty of other opportunities that have been pretty successful with a healthy return of my investments. I'm open to the idea of investing into Second Life once again as I'm slowly returning back to the platform after a few years of being away. Reach out to me via messaging here and we will discuss what's next in the process in terms of determining if I'm interested in the idea of investing into you and your startup. Be forewarned that you will need a fully detailed and professionally written business plan in order to be considered. If you don't have one as of yet and want to bounce off ideas you have to see if it might be worthwhile, you're still welcome to message me. I've been involved in pretty much everything on Second Life and thus have a lot of experience in terms of determining if an idea might work. I use a few different accounts in-game and currently do not use this account in-game so messages in-game direct to this account will not be seen or answered.