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All those super earners,Mods&Admins Wat Technical skills've helped you?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by cybermeid, Aug 11, 2010.

  1. cybermeid

    cybermeid Regular Member

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    I am personally not good at writing Content,only thing I am good at is some technical know how.I am from the electrical background,so don't know much about coding and all those IT stuff.From your experience what languages or technical knowledge do you advise me to go through provided I have a Background in Electrical engineering.It took me so late in recognising Money is in this Internet Shit and not my field of Circuit Designing.
    I am planning to quit my Proffession and do start an Online Empire out of it.
    What is the technical knowledge which I need to possess in the area of Computers which can help me in generating BlackHat tools and Softwares and also earning boosting tricks which some of the members here do and finally start a CPA N/W 5 years down the line.
     
  2. Panique

    Panique Power Member

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    Eventually the "BIG SECRET" is outsourcing, for now what you could learn is keyword research, how to set up blog, how to optimize that and some basic seo
     
  3. GVDon

    GVDon BANNED BANNED

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    I agree with Panique. Outsourcing is the way to go. I didn't start outsourcing until I was banking big.

    The skills that helped me are from my days working in an office developing websites. All the usual HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP. This saves me a lot of money when I need sites developed, and can usually get a site up and running within hours rather than waiting days.

    The required skills in any case are SEO, Keyword Research, product research and experience.

    The most important skill is dedication. The number of times I've spent weeks on a project to have it fail outnumber the times a project has been a success. You WILL fail 90% of the time, but when something works, you bank big. At least this is the case for me. The reason you will fail is because you're always trying new things and you have no idea if they will work or not.

    Saying that, it depends on what you want to move into. There are a million areas to Internet Marketing. What are you interested in doing?
     
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  4. cybermeid

    cybermeid Regular Member

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    I am into CPA marketing in general,so I would like to be among those big earners who are making several 1XXX a day.In order for that what technical knowledge do I need to have?
     
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    Micallef Supreme Member

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    This is a very nice little rundown of what sort of attitude you need to succeed in making money online.
     
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  6. Griffin

    Griffin Regular Member

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    If you're in engineering right now, you are at an advantage for having

    • Steady income, hopefully
    • A mind for processes (which IM is, a series of processes)
    Get started with a basic method, maybe $50 or so in capital, and scale up once you start making money. With IM you learn on the job, just like any commissioned sales position. You can spend all day working on something, but if it doesn't turn a profit, you don't make anything. Start out with Free CPA offers on no more than 2 niche sites. Or a free report on something outside the "make money" niche, that's sprinkled with related CPA and aff offers.

    What not to do (don't do any of this shit when starting out):

    • Craig*list
    • Obviously violating the Terms of your CPA or aff agreement
    • Targeting the "make money" niche
    • Spending more than $100 to get started in your first month.
    • Buying more than one tool to help you out until you've made some bank
    • Sit on your ass
    Keep reading a bit, go for the least complicated route and make some money. Then you can go nuts with the knowledge you've gained.
     
  7. cybermeid

    cybermeid Regular Member

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    Actually I am in the Electrical field,I am seeing that money is in this Internet and I am amazed as to how much some of the Gurus are earning(or claiming to be earning) which I will never be able to learn from my entire Lifes Salary if I keep on working.I want to be able to spend more time with the family like the Gurus say.Currently I am several miles away from my family due to my limitations related to my field.But with IM I am able to be with my family,with the friends which I know every single day which is why I really want to do IM full time may be within 4-5 years.Between are you all really good at Computers like Coding etc.I know a bit of C and C++ which is basic related to my work,but not aware of various other Webdesigning stuffs like PHP,HTML etc,so here I am using wordpress only.