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I have enough experience from prior projects to know how to outcompete most other sites.

If you don't currently have the skills yourself, you generally have two options: pay someone; or learn programming. In my experience, most people asking this question are looking for a programmer to "partner up with" where the programmer puts in all of the up-front time investment and the marketing guy helps monetize the idea.

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"Feature creep" becomes a huge issue since the "business guy" doesn't understand the technical challenges.

Many times, the programmer is someone with less experience who is willing to take a chance and doesn't have the knowledge to create a flexible and scalable architecture.

Look for partners who have worked with other startups and preferably in the industry you are targeting.

The only caveat - you need to find people who know what they are doing and whom you like. Look for awards, projects for big companies, past employers of the developers etc...

I have prior success in online marketing and sales such that I'm able to live permanently in the Philippines and other countries from my online income alone.

I've identified a few niche dating sites that I know could turn a profit, however I lack the programming experience to write a custom CMS.

and if you don't like the people personally, don't settle, Best of luck!

Deyan You should prepare requirements or functional specifications included wireframe/mockup for your expected site with from high level then elaborate into more detail level if needed (the best is to user story level as recommend in Agile/Scrum).

Have a clear, list of features that you think you need to bring a product to market.

Plan out all UI/UX elements and have a very specific sitemap and procedure map.

If you are following subscription business model then a trial version is a must. Good programmers rarely take on big projects without a certain paycheck.

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