I spent my first 25 of my working career as an electronic technician, repairing Tv's and medical equipment. I actually had a busy TV repair business. But we all know what happened to that. right?
In 2003 I knew that business was doomed, so I decided to start learning how to make money on the internet. There was only AOL at that time to work with, and no training whatsoever.
I spent many long nights in the webmaster forums learning how to build web pages by hand. It was slow and painful. You really don't need to know how to code these days, but it helps to know how it works under the hood.
After 6 months marketing online, I was making more than I was in my TV repair business, so I closed it and went in full time, dedicating myself to learning SEO (Search Engine Optimization) In other words, how to show up on the 1st page of Google.
Fast forward to today and I'm still doing it, along with other free & paid traffic methods. The bottom line it that in order to successful online, you need traffic, and lots of it. Not only traffic, but qualified traffic. The people who are interested in your stuff.
Along this journey I have amassed a lot of knowledge. My goal now is to help others by giving back.
Who wants to join me on this journey?