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No.917  >>949
Hello esteemed board members.

So commences Meeting #1 of our new company.
Today's meeting covers the following topics:

- What are we selling?
- Equity distribution
- Who will keep the books?
- Outside investment
- Location of operations

Please refer to the pamphlet in front of you for further details.

¨ No.929  >>950
Sometimes I wish I knew accounting so that I could enjoy observing the business world.

We might be able to use Salesforce or something to analyze and increase user engagement?
¨ No.949  >>957
>>917
Well, a competing firm just shut down. kind.moe
We need to capitalize on this and reinvest any additional shareholder funds into meme marketing.
We can reach 5 users by the end of the fiscal year.

¨ No.950  >>957
>>929
You have a point about how an accountant has more of an 'observer' position than other roles.
I never thought of it that way.

Unfortunately for imageboards there's no way to get ad money our way because no company wants to be associated with imageboards...

¨ No.957  >>968
>>949
The /meta/ of hikari3.ch has a link to here. There might be friends immigrating here from the link. ranpha001

>We can reach 5 users by the end of the fiscal year.
Iirc fiscal years start in October in US. China and Europe are January and Japan and UK are April.
Does fall make you feel like a new year has come?

>>950
>no company wants to be associated with imageboards...
Nobody would buy merchandise advertised on imageboards anyway.
¨ No.968  >>1016
>>957
>fiscal years
Didn't know about the variance
>Does fall make you feel like a new year has come?
Honestly, I have a hard time even telling it's a new year.
It feels like we're still in 2020.
What about you?

>Nobody would buy merchandise advertised on imageboards anyway.

Maybe it's time to pivot...
Let's mix gacha gaming with imageboards!

¨ No.1016  >>1024
>>968
>It feels like we're still in 2020.
Yeah I still think the covid pandemic started last year.

>Let's mix gacha gaming with imageboards!
Actually the automatic reply feature was my attempt to add gacha amusement.
Many other boards have fortune telling features too.
¨ No.1024  >>1040
>>1016
>still think the covid pandemic started last year
Maybe things will just stay like this forever.

>Actually the automatic reply feature was my attempt to add gacha amusement.
>Many other boards have fortune telling features too.

I think fortune telling would be amusing, but it may also be a bother to add as a feature.

It is fun to think about how to seriously monetize an imageboard seeing as it's rather difficult to make any B2C[1] business. Especially considering the target demographic.

Content-centric businesses are hard to make profit out of in general.
People who want to make more social media are a dime-a-dozen too.

https://www.ycombinator.com/companies?industry=Consumer

[1]: https://www.techtarget.com/searchcustomerexperience/definition/B2C
¨ No.1040  >>1043
>>1024
>It is fun to think about how to seriously monetize an imageboard
If I had to be serious, I would first make an account on ko-fi or something to accept donations. It may not be difficult.
Then I could try to add premium account features where premium users can use special emojis or something. I might open art commissions too.
Selling mod rights as subscriptions might be an idea.
But such money-grabbing features can ruin the essential charm of imageboards and anonymity.

Also, the biggest challenge is that once I start to receive money, I have to bear far greater responsibilities.
¨ No.1043
>>1040
>once I start to receive money, I have to bear far greater responsibilities

But what if you get ikouchan at a steady revenue and you can live off of it without working for someone else ever again?
I think it'd be funny to make a chan and call it 'shillchan' where the whole premise is blatant.
People are here to sell you stuff, so let the best shill win.


>But such money-grabbing features can ruin the essential charm of imageboards and anonymity
The charm of imageboards is also its downfall in my opinion.
Money talks; it says, "Value is exchanged here."
Everything has a price...


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