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wet behind the ears but not worthless

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by hotleatherdreams, Mar 29, 2010.

  1. hotleatherdreams

    hotleatherdreams Registered Member

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    ecommerce website CODER - SUCK at design and SEO
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    third rock from hell
    what up BHW members. I am a coder hoping to learn about SEO and marketing and start making some dough for myself instead of for ungrateful employers who tried and FAILED to replace me.

    I have been coding ecommerce websites since they called it the information superhighway. I know PHP/MySQL, LAMP, ASP/SQL Server(not .NET), css, DHTML, Flash Actionscript, Visual Basic, Photoshop(since v3.0) and a bunch more.

    I code ecommerce website applications including billing systems, booking websites, plus all the usual stuff you would find on a website. Most of my work is 100% custom, so I am kinda of falling behind due to the influx of all the instant websites like WP, Joomla and whatnot.

    I specialized in functionality not marketing or SEO so I joined this community to expand my borders.

    I have written bots for aol that crawled the chatrooms and sent links to each one, then when that got killed by rate limits I wrote an app to grab the names from the chat room, switch to aim, send a link to each person in the room then switch back to aol, rinse and repeat.

    Would appreciate PMs from any people that would be interested in helping to show me the ropes of making money on the internet in return I will use any of my coding skills to help you out (fair exchange of time please!).

    I would not mind coding some tools or bots that could make some cash so if anyone has any ideas on how we could help each other, feel free to PM me as long as your serious. Peace!~
     
  2. C.S.A.

    C.S.A. Junior Member

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    Good to see some other coders around here... I have been lurking for a while, but I have to say, there's a lot to be learned here. People who can actually code their own solution rather than copy-pasting someone else's can do pretty well... :D