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joined:Dec 9, 2001
[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.
joined:Dec 9, 2001
In regards to marketing, I can send a few thousand visitors/day from my own and other partner websites.
I opened up my own business more than 15 years ago. And just this last year had to shut it down and go work for somebody elseWow! After 15 years. Good for you. It shows youre flexible. Im really trying to escape the employee life. Ill see what happens.
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! :)