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Hello from canada

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by COLDCASH, May 29, 2013.

  1. COLDCASH

    COLDCASH Newbie

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    Well hello there, i've come across this board and i am really excited about joining this community. tho I am quite a very very begginer and i dont really know what it is all about. I'm a rep of Karmaloop and i was looking to get infos on how to rep effectively with their program and googling about some information when i came accross this website and a guy who found a method on how he made 3500$+ with the program his user name was brickharbor. well whatever this is short story. I'm a student who was really into computing several years ago and now i am going into a completly different path, I'm studying to become a cook. next year going pastry course. i really like that domain and i'm gonna write a book and do video seminars that i'll be putting online.

    Tho now my project is to make money online and this site has WAYYY to much information for me that i dont know where to start from lol...

    so yeah, thats it thanks alot for this great ressourcefull website, you guys made good work, sharing is caring and i'll try to share my way.

    peace!
     
  2. gramdemon

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    :D canadians welcome
     
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  4. COLDCASH

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    Well thank you for the welcomes, i'll look into this method for sure thanks Izzma!
    I've got a question, in which domain are you guys? what major did you study? This website look like alot for web coders and programmers, but I am curious of knowing what your thing is!
     
  5. john17nider

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    Welcome dude :) on BHW
     
  6. Moosey

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    Welcome from another Canadian, Eh what you talking aboot:boobies:
     
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    Welcome to the community man, I'm a student too but in the UK :) My advice would be to take the knowledge you have gained, turn it into some sort of free resource online perhaps through the form of a blog or youtube channel, build a following, and promote products to them. In my opinion this is one of the best ways to build a long term income online. Monetise your knowledge!
     
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  9. COLDCASH

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    Exactly, i'd like to become a mentor about cooking, teaching my passion the people is my goal! But i dont want to follow the traditional path; goto college, university and all that sh#t.
    I believe in teaching a passion and building more "private" industry that will be paying way more than the "safe" way of becoming a teacher in the public school system.

    I will take this sentence as positive.. should I? :p