Mentor... you never know.


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I'm a believer in if you don't ask you don't get, so here I am asking if there are any long term site holders that would be interested in mentoring me at all?

I'm a quick learner, willing to listen to any and all advice and prepared to put the maximum effort and time into building my site.

I purchased a premium copy then tailored it to suit myself, but am literally learning every step with the help of this forum and google. I've already made some whopping mistakes and found the hard way that the time required to correct them is almost overwhelming.

My site has been running just for 2 weeks - with around $150 worth of sales. I've not created a niche yet - I've sort of thrown lots of product at it thinking I can see what folks are looking at and niche based on demand.

I've a very long career in sales behind me - but in person so this online stuff is all new.

If you think you'd like to lend a hand on a more personal level, please do get in touch!


I will be glad to help you through this difficult path. I have many years of practice and a lot of experience so that I can give you a lot of helpful advice. Write to me. If you need a Tutor in a specific direction, you can find such a specialist at the services that offer such proposals. I am sure that there you will be able to find what you need because there are a lot of such companies created in 2020, so you can not worry about it. They will help you solve some questions about mentoring and teach you something that you don't know yet.
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Once I started with this. I spent about 50 hours a week on training. I was not accepted for an internship in any company because I was not 18. I had to find a job for fourteen years old. I spent the money I earned on everything I needed to create websites. I read a lot, bought books about the secrets of IT, and talked with experienced IT specialists. Everything combined gave an excellent result, and I have achieved some success in this area. If you already have work experience, you can try to get an internship in some company. I wish you success, man.
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