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Beginner, where do i start?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by TrapmanJay, Jan 17, 2016.

  1. TrapmanJay

    TrapmanJay Newbie

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    Hello everybody. I'm 22 and would like nothing else than to make some extra cash online, if the bacon is good I wouldn't mind quitting my job and do it full time. I am a quick learner and pretty much a geek about computers.

    Basic knowledge of PhotoShop
    Basic knowledge of Dreamweaver
    Basic knowledge of Adobe Vegas Pro
    Basic to intermediate knowledge of Windows computers

    How can I use these skills to my advantage and make some revenue online?
    Btw I've been thinking about buying PP accs in the deep web or using some of its other services.. Im willing to try anything.

    Thanks in advance guys!
     
  2. nidhal

    nidhal Newbie

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    If you're good with PhotoShop, you should try design services such as logos, banners and even thread design
    As for Vegas Pro, maybe you can get into video promotion business?
     
  3. Ilicfreelance

    Ilicfreelance Newbie

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    If you are a quick learner, learn how to use the search box as quickly as possible.
     
  4. IMbuddy2020

    IMbuddy2020 Registered Member

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    Hello mate! My suggestion is Hone your skills first and then start doing some freelancing stuffs. There are many methods to earn online (like adsense, affilate marketing, CPA....) Use the search function, learn a lot and find a good method and stick with it. One of the main qualities that you need to succeed in IM is "Never give up" attitude. Don't quit your job after seeing your first success in IM. You need to have atleast 2-3 solid revenue streams before you take up IM as full time. (Never put all your eggs in one basket) :)
     
  5. Whiningbaby

    Whiningbaby Junior Member

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    Don't take the humour here too hard. In the IM there are lots you can learn here but it is a day at a time journey, you may not be able to master all at once but trust me here are all the gurus that u will need to learn from as well as great products. In my opinion, the skill you are talking about may not be much applicable here but maybe offline or you offer services at fiverr or seoclark, nevertheless BHW is a forum of IM stuff and for starter maybe you may want to own a website, do some blogging, drive traffic to those sites after monetizing them, earn some monthly income... you can create site in any niche but do a proper research before you embark on that. If you can create apps and games as well, or create online casinos site i.e gaming. you wont miss to get a dime in games or e-commerce. Then top all these up with affiliate marketing. This was just my advice dude a place that is much easier for a newbie online
     
  6. Whiningbaby

    Whiningbaby Junior Member

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  7. MisterF

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    Welcome. I'd say browse, read and then ask questions. If you're good enough at your skills, there's the Freelancer section where people are looking to hire people.

    Dark/Deep web, unless you are 100% sure about venturing in there, just be careful.

    Have fun.
     
  8. MidtownMan

    MidtownMan Regular Member

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    Search around.. build a couple sites & try to monetize them. I can write html and such, but Dreamweaver is not that fun. Possibly look into wordpress for site building. My biggest recommendation is to keep your money in your pocket for the first couple months. TAKE ACTION MATE & GOOD LUCK. :)
     
  9. jp124

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    Become a freelancer in websites like Upwork. Raise a budget and once you do that get in paid advertising!