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[edited by: buckworks at 8:13 pm (utc) on Feb. 2, 2010]
My biggest mistake was that I should have started attending PubConI was planning and would have loved to join last year but the cost was too high for me. I just finished paying off all my school loans last year so I was kinda broke at that time.
don't spend too much time on here unless you are researching or trying to get help!I agree! I need to get rid of this addiction! :)
I often can't tell whether I'm working or playing.Thats how I feel when im doing websites.
I always have 100 ideas in my head and not enough time to do them all as one person. At my old "job" I had to put in my 8am-4pm hours and that was itSame here,during those long hours of flying and driving all over US all I could think of was new ideas. Cool ideas. But I never had the time to actually develop and work on some.
having a hobby or activity that gets you out of the house is good too, for your mental state of mind :-)The first response of one the WW admins was: go to the gym on a daily basis! ;) I definitely think that's a must and for the past 2 weeks I've done a pretty decent job :) and hope to continue in doing so.
It can literally take years regardless of whether you spend 2 hours a day or 10 hours a day.Yes, I am aware of that. I started my first site 5 years ago. I had my ups and downs, downs and then downs! hehe... extremely stressful even though I wasn't financially dependent on it.
rocknbilexcellent post. thanks for the heads up :)
In general terms, what will generate your income, and how will you market it?Advertisements through third parties such as Google adsense, Adbrite, etc... In regards to marketing, I can send a few thousand visitors/day from my own and other partner websites.
Do something...NOW!I love it! Cause I totally agree!
All my friends so far thought it was a stupid decision
Any comments, suggestions and feedback would be much appreciated.
So as you can see I dont have much computer programming skills however, started installing scripts and building websites with DreamWeaver a while back (in college). Through trial and error and reading WebmasterWorld as well as other forum posts I learned quite a bit and am ready to move forward full force! :)