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I want to transfer/direct my 10k unique visitors to - participate into my created - area51 proposed website category.

Its a category for SHOPPING

Users will > define > commit > public beta

Isn't this a great idea.

Also, how can I gain monetary benefit.

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closed as not constructive by Mark Trapp, squillman, jonsca, Pops, tvanfosson Sep 7 '11 at 21:48

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Most of this isn't a question, and SE doesn't pay people who post a link to a proposal. That would be ridiculous. The Shopping proposal is also closed, since shopping recommendations are off-topic on StackExchange. –  Matthew Read Sep 7 '11 at 20:19
    
Hi Matthew, thanks for the information. I see that it is "This proposal will not result in a useful, productive, or viable Q&A site." Well, what do you mean by useful, productive, or viable QnA site. I see it useful, I see it productive and there are many users around who want it on stackexchange. –  jeet Sep 7 '11 at 20:25
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/megaultrasuperduperdoubleneutronstarcollapsingfacepalm –  Won't Sep 7 '11 at 20:32
    
I really hope this guy doesn't plan to keep asking questions on Meta, since a question ban is very likely in his future based on the last 22 hours of activity... –  JNK Sep 7 '11 at 20:34
    
Best troll in a while. –  squillman Sep 7 '11 at 20:34
    
@squill given his history, I'm pretty sure he's serious. –  John Sep 7 '11 at 20:35
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@John Given the content, I think I have an argument –  squillman Sep 7 '11 at 20:37
    
Guys, its just I love SE and want to associate myself with it. In my view, Every question have the answer and any question is not stupid! –  jeet Sep 7 '11 at 20:42
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@Jeet - then unfortunately your view is terribly terribly wrong, since many questions are stupid, like this one –  JNK Sep 7 '11 at 20:45
    
Its okay.... this stupid question of my as you say it will go in the history of SE. –  jeet Sep 7 '11 at 20:49

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I want to transfer/direct my 10k unique visitors to - participate into my created - area51 proposed website category.

Who exactly are your 10k unique visitors?

Users will > define > commit > public beta

Isn't this a great idea.

Um, yes. That's why it already works that way. Users already define, commit, and participate in the public beta of their own volition.

Also, how can I gain monetary benefit.

That's not how it works. No one will pay you for proposing an SE site. You already have access to massive expertise and if your site launches, you will access to even more on a topic you chose. Isn't that enough?

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10k unique visitors are real users seeking information, to be precise researching on the product before they buy. Stackexchange should work on bringing more users and giving them users chance to leave google and come to stackoverflow. reason : its lively here. –  jeet Sep 7 '11 at 20:32
    
Um, by saying 10k, you're making everyone who reads your question think that you're talking about people who already have 10k reputation on Stackexchange. Is that who you mean? If not, you need to edit your question. –  John Sep 7 '11 at 20:34

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