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Utilizing the Internet

Brett Beckwith

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I've recently started my path as an entrepreneur, and I'm trying to learn new things to add to my toolbelt of skills.

As discussed in TMF, utilizing the internet can lead to a lot of opportunities, such as providing some sort of online service. One example was a service that told you the traffic on your website. This sort of project is something I would be interested in.

However, I'm not exactly sure what skills I would need to learn in order to make such a service. What went into making the business?

With me being young, learning a lot of new skills is possible. Would learning web development (just to make my own websites and services) be worthwhile?

What other skills do you find valuable and applicable in your services?
 

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