Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by Kries, Oct 4, 2013.
Hi, 15 here. Anything that will benefit in the long run?
Your ability to adapt and persuade
Being able to write content for hours and hours without wanting to kill yourself.
For internet marketing: Web design, and as many coding languages you can learn.
Learn how to code or design. Learn Wordpress, will benefit you a LOT!
Search Engine Optimization & Website Design. People will always need websites and let's face it, Google isn't going anywhere.
Just realize 99% of people online are sneaky and you will be well on your journey.
only 15...hmmm u got 10 yrs to search and decide what is best for u and what u like to do best. Enjoy the teenage period while you can
Skill that will benefit in the long term... list building and email marketing.
Definitely learn to code while you are young. It's much easier to learn it at your age and you will never get out of job because there is HUGE demand for coders on any freelancing site. Start with html, css and php. There are 5 times more jobs for php that for any other programming language.
Thanks guys. .
Like kinlee said, basically I'd learn how to sell. A good salesmen never goes broke, I'd rather be exceptionally good at sales than anything else. I always think back to some wise words Frank kern always said, in that too many people online get lost in the technology and forget that at the end of the day you are just a salesmen.
If the Internet died tomorrow it's about one of the most transferable skills you can have.
Emotionally: being persistent, disciplined, fair to others, thinking in the mid/long term, keeping your health in check, doing some sports can save your life later on.
Technically for IM: computer programming, writing skills, speed reading, being patient and disciplined in learning.
Womenally: don't bother trying to understand women, you'll see peace in the middle east before you know what your girl wants.
You only need 2 things:
1. A logic brain.
2. Focus on what you are doing.
Btw, finish your school first. It helps your "logic".
Almost any skill can be beneficial in the long run. My suggestion is that you learn SEO or social media marketing (youtube, facebook etc.) because those require ALOT of experimenting. And once you become an expert at it since you've tried so much methods, you can easily offer your services or just rank your own sites (recommended). Alot of people give up on SEO easily because they are desparate for money, but since your 16, it would be a good age to start.
Agreed. Programming would be a great place to start. Software developers are ALWAYS needed. I'd start with Pyhton and then move to C#(pronounced C sharp).
As for women, well here you go:
Well, you didn't make your question specific. So... maybe kegels?
Hey,text me IM new to this site also I don't have a skype
Not doing drugs and not knocking up a girl!
You will get way ahead avoiding those to at 15.
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