Mine is do it properly, dont cut corners and then receive my reward, for my efforts.
Hmmm.... Making more money. ;)
Stop obsessing about G.
automation > automation > automation!
Finish all these web sites I started years ago. :)
1 Adult Site
1 Anti Virus Site
1 Web-Based SEO Utility
1 Freebie-client site (tax related)
2 Hacking Site
1 Japanese Site
oOoo and im going back to school for english, math and business classes all of which benifit me in IT ways :) I haven't thought much of learning new technology yet and web programming stuff. Maybe I can work that in. (:
Less time spent online gaming and more time spent being productive :)
To stop working once in awhile and get some rest.
Maybe a vacation.
Mine is to make a mint doing affiliate stuff and move back to England ;)
|Mine is to make a mint doing affiliate stuff and move back to England |
LOL. Dosn't everyone
Mine is to make a mint doing affiliate stuff and move back to England
Mine is the opposite, and to move to Denmark, the place of my childhood.
I have few:
* get a few small clients to do SEO for on the side
* continue learning PHP and MySQL
* work on launching a new commerce site
#3 is a pretty hefty goal but I really need to do it.
1. to get to PR7
2. to make a profit
3. to launch a community site for my local area
4. to master php
Finish two projects that have been in the works for over two years and publish them
Make the jump from part time self-employment to full-time
Mine - get a divorce :)
How does an Internet geek find time to get married in the first place? :)
I am married to my computer!
I checked with my wife. She won't let me get divorced.
|How does an Internet geek find time to get married in the first place? |
It's been one of those times when my dsl was down :)
Been there, done that, got half the T-shirt in 2002. ;)
|Been there, done that, got half the T-shirt in 2002. |
I just hope I won't have to split my google traffic in half :)
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[edited by: nell at 11:18 pm (utc) on Dec. 15, 2002]
Actually those are mine too. CSS isn't a problem, I've been using it more and more over the past four months or so alaready. I want to finally get a handle on positioning and convert all my old table-based layouts.
PHP is another story. I don't have any programming background beyond HTML but live with a full time softwear engineer (who makes web based programmes and works with large databases). We've decided to learn PHP together as our summer project, making use of the MySQL database my webhosting package comes with. He's going to have no trouble picking it up but I'm going to be racing along behind trying to keep up. I'm looking forward to the challange and the break from my normal occupation (physiology research) and I'm on holiday for the next couple of months so I'll have time, but I see some long reading hours ahead.
Mine are all on the 'up-and-up'
1. Get caught UP.
2. Back-UP daily.
3. Get UP earlier in the morning.
4. Do not UPset Google
5. Pray for 100% UPtime.
6. Don't get all UPpity a minor things.
7. UP my charges per hour.
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That's on my list. If I get PR7 and hold it for two updates - I'll donate to WW for building a great community :)
|brotherhood of LAN|
I want to sit in a crowd of spammers at a conference in Spring.....spammers in the Spring :)
Most definetely need to get into PHP more...and learn how to use photoshop to draw something more advanced than a black square.
I have learned so much this year at WW I might cut down on clicking recent posts too :)
>move back to England - stay in Denmark
Shak, we would love to have you back in Denmark. Guys like you come in small numbers here ;)
Nick, we would hate to see you leave. In fact I don't we'll let you.
Educate more clients on qualified traffic, get more of that traffic, make more sites and then make more money :)
Oh yeah, maybe have a few more days off once in while. Fat chance though!
get a new job (I hate my present one) and devote more time to programming.
1 new profitable crack project per month
Cut back to 3-4 days of work per week
Conduct more "business" at the golf course
Have enough cash by the end of the year to buy a car outright.
Anything else will be gravy.
Figure out how and what people are doing to make money with SEO and affiliate stuff...yeah, I'm out da loop.
Wrap my head around PHP
Write a business plan
- ok, that one shouldn't be in there.
Ignore Google Dance threads until the dance is over. :)
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