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Building the right skillset for residual income

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by MasterP, May 24, 2009.

  1. MasterP

    MasterP Newbie

    May 24, 2009
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    Imagine yourself a couple of months\years back approaching the web as a newcomer. How much time & money could you have saved going back knowing what you know now?

    Without further delays, I'll introduce myself. I'm a newcomer. I have excellent computer skills. I have AVERAGE to OK skills in the following:
    -Visual C++, Visual Basic, PHP, Javascript, HTML, Photoshop
    And basic knowledge in: Copywriting, SEO, Advertising.

    The only great thing I have going for me is my ability to learn any skill to a high level in a relative short time (E-Learning...)

    Now obviously there have a been countless of noobs posting this exact thing (maybe without the details) as to: What should I do to start.

    The difference is I'm highly motivated, I'm starting University in a couple of months. My goal isn't greedy, but to create a RESIDUAL INCOME of around 500$ to 1000$ per month.
    I'm willing to put in at least 2 hours every single day, until I reach that goal.
    I'm NOT looking for a huge hit (AKA overnight fantasies) or any "No work being lazy money falling on you type...", or any "MAGIC PILL"

    I've researched into most of all the basic steps:
    Either creating a lot of spam and capitalizing on it or building a legit series of websites and driving real traffic with real content.

    What I'm looking for is recommendations as to what skills, either web or programming it is best to learn, and how exactly to build my residual income.
    I'm looking for any direction which is guaranteed.

    I guarantee that if I get the right advice I'll be forever in your debt, and after achieving my goal, promise to contribute on a regular basis to the board (Which I find fantastic BTW). Also imagine that you are saving all the trouble you had yourself starting out for someone else, and helping a fellow guy realizing his potential.

    Hopefully this post might be tagged the ULTIMATE STARTER guide, and people can learn & benefit from the advice given.

    Thanks in advance.

    P.S Just wanted to add in advance, that there isn't a particular field I'm interested in, but more in RESULTS & High chances to succeed.
    Last edited: May 24, 2009