Hi, I was skeptical about this, but by the end of day 2, when I whizzed through the online level course training, I started getting into it.
I decided to go premium right there then just for the quality of the training. It is second to none, and I really do appreciate it. It has only been a few days (less than a week) since I joined, but reading some of the success stories is making me carry on.
I am an NQT (physics teacher) and I love it (maybe a bit naive still), so this is a part time thing. However, I do feel the internet is the way forward in today's world which was evidenced by the last guy who won The Apprentice UK version & I will take this seriously while I am on it. If after 3 years of doing this along side teaching, I may then seriously consider doing this full time.
I am massively into android, and the 'competition' from Android Central, or Android Authority is going to be fun. I started out reviewing just cheap android phones, but then thought why limit myself, so now I review all Android phones. As if that was not enough, I have a side project of Android Tablets.
Maybe I am taking on too much? I have only very recently realised how big the content is. It has been a day or two of doing nothing but adding on bits different pages.
I'd love to hear back from anyone who may have suggestions on what I could include in (or even take out from) this section.
Hssan21's Goals 3
1) I'll be happy with an additional £500 pcm to my salary,
2) if I start to make £4000 pcm, I will be delighted (and would seriously consider leaving the job I like)
3) I know it will take time & effort to get anywhere you want, so I will invest most of my evenings & Sunday working on this project