The Million Dollar HomePage 2.0?

The Million Dollar HomePage 2.0?

Apparently, Alex Tew, the guy behind the Million Dollar Home Page is gunning for his 2nd million.

He has posted an ad for the job here and you can bid for the 2-month fulltime programming job at


The project itself is the complete back-end development for a new, totally unique website. The system will require a whole variety of features, everything from customer accounts to integration with payment processors. It will also need to be very sturdy, as the site is almost certainly going to receive a huge amount of traffic, and the system itself will have to cope with thousands (and possibly tens of thousands) of customers and asssociated information.

I don’t know what twist and turns will Alex Tew do to replicate his first success but I hope it would be something crazier or completely whacked out as every possible clone of his original idea has already been spawned without much success.

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6 Responses

  1. Migs says:

    It’s nice that Tew is spreading the wealth by hiring contractors.

  2. SlackeR says:

    Man why didn’t I come up with the million dollar idea sheeesh nice job on that

  3. MoneyOrBox says:

    Jobless Boy Launches A Website To Sell 10,000 Jeans On The Internet!

    USA jobless boy has set his sights on earning himself a million dollars after thinking of a simple idea of selling brands new and used jeans on his homepage
    He had been thinking of ideas on how to make a little extra money for himself but some of his ideas either never worked out or were just far too ambitious.
    So far there are 28 jeans sold on the homepage which has netted him just $1300 but as visitors grow and more people hear about the site, no doubt more jeans will be added and he will progress towards his target of 10,000 jeans on his homepage and one million dollars in the bank.
    You can view the website by visiting

  4. MoneyOrBox says:

    Some numbers have the special property that they cannot be expressed as the product of two smaller numbers, e.g., 2, 3, 5, 7, etc. Such numbers are called prime numbers, and they play an important role, both in pure mathematics and its applications. The distribution of such prime numbers among all natural numbers does not follow any regular pattern. A proof that it is true for every interesting solution would shed light on many of the mysteries surrounding the distribution of prime numbers.
    Since the late 1960s, with the advent of computers, there has been a shift of focus from finding a mathematical formula to devise an algorithm that can test for primality of a given number. Testing of primality thus became an important problem in theoretical computer science. If an algorithmic solution to the problem posed is found, then an executable computer program can be written.
    Check algorithmic solution here:

  5. I believe that Alex’s site still generates some indirect value for advertisers at least by improving their visibility in search engines. It has a PageRank of 7 and many still continue to add links to it (by the way, this article has just added one link). So, getting the link from website with such a high PageRank for as low as 1$ it is clearly a reasonable investment. Good luck to all the copycats :)

  6. Creative (though crazy) ideas rally make good money!! way to go!!!

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