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Discussion in 'Introductions' started by 5hadow12ogue, Jan 28, 2012.

  1. 5hadow12ogue

    5hadow12ogue Newbie

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    I'm new to the site, as well to the whole concept of I.M./S.E.O. and am trying to learn about it. I've read a few threads on various forums, and a thread on this forum about a White Hat teaching the fundamentals/basics of I.M./S.E.O.

    I'm helping a friend with his first website, and getting it launched and making money. It's a product based site, and to be honest the competition is a little tough, but not unmanageable.

    A little about my background, I did "marketing" and "sales" in nontaxable businesses, have done telemarketing, sales jobs, and service jobs. I also know my way around Photoshop, and am working on phones now (Android).


    Anyways, I'm interested in learning all I can from this community and hopefully giving back to it once I have the capabilities and the knowledge to do so. I want to mostly dabble in the Black Hat area, and getting high traffic to sites. I have a plan and an idea for my own site, but I'm going to help my friend with his first.


    Well.....drop a line, and a hint.
     
  2. thaminger

    thaminger Registered Member

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    welcome :)
     
  3. 5hadow12ogue

    5hadow12ogue Newbie

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    So, I have a question and didn't know where I should post it and I didn't want to just make a new thread with out first trying to ask it here.

    I run Linux, and I want to run TwitterAttack however I'm not finding a Linux version for downloading, I also want to use Proxy Multiply and can't for the same reason.

    Any help would be nice. Is there other programs out there I won't be able to use with my Linux?