That is the complete opposite to what the website is, and I shall make a good attempt at explaining it.
Basically YWB is the ONLY website of it's kind
YWB is a website which is and will be similar to http://www.youngentrepreneur.com
however with noticeable differences.
Youngwebbuilder features frequent competitions and support from relevant business's hopefully soon Canterbury University.
We have a LOT of quality information and support, especially in the forum, there is a lot of new content coming, including helpful mobile apps, and all sorts.
YWB has and is always looking for skilled people, of which you can find a few already positioned on the website and read a bit about them.
You can also find us on http://www.killerstartups.com
We are hoping to also run funding competitions where the winners will receive start-up capital to build their own website.
Basically we are aimed at anyone between the ages of 13 and 25, we discuss building websites, making money online, running a business, entrepreneurial skills and more.
Etc etc but where is it going? How you going to get youngsters making money out of selling websites? The industry aint there any more. Maybe 10 years ago when a script kiddy could sell some gooseberry fool out his own hand. The market today doesn't support that. Best anyone can hope is to land a decent position in an agency and learn something about this business there, not from a generic website offering limited advice in too-vague terms to be really valuable.
Days of "it's out there! Go for it!" are long gone - I should know, I'm a web developer who's been there. I'm assuming you fall in my age range (18-25, though I'm pushing the top end) and if you have anything to do with where this world is going, you know it's a redundant market. Corporations got the top end and everyone else is struggling as gooseberry fool to get noticed because strawberry float, this is the internet. The internet is a billion times bigger than anything that's ever existed in human history. Unless you're selling something genuinely new and interesting, you going to vanish as quickly as you appeared. Nobody gives a gooseberry fool about Mr. SEO, one direction, Mrs SEO another. Like all the incumbent industries in the world we've figured out it's connections that matter, not raw selling ability or design ability or idk whatever it is you're trying to put on the street.
Take this from someone jaded by the fashion/web crossover industry as that's my line... and I've been in this for a good few years now. I'm not trying to be a downer but I look at your site, I see literally nothing worth considering or even tweeting about (and we all know that's the cheapest currency around). Maybe I'm not your target audience at all. Then, take this with a pinch of salt. But any young web dev worth their salt knows that smashing mag is bullshit, that start-ups are no more without TRULY NEW goods... idk, it seems like you're trying to trade on information, but aint none of it new, and anything really
new is going to find its feet in grassroots efforts, not in basic & noncommittal blogs with mediocre domain names and logos. If you really want to reach out, you need to find the people who are already behind you - because aint nobody going to find you otherwise.
PS there's nothing that is the "ONLY" of its kind.