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Video Lessons on HTML editor and Coffee Cup Software?

nsmmarketing
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Video Lessons on HTML editor and Coffee Cup Software?

I am also trying to ascertain which videos to start with . I have watched mini course and 90 day so where to next. I have started with lesson one but I have a HTML editor already which I could use so a lesson on that would be more value for me than trying to master Dreamweaver. Mark mentioned coffee cup software which I also have. How do you find these lessons Cheers
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markling
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If you've watched the mini course and the 90 day roadmap, I'd recommend watching the videos on finding profitable markets and conducting research. (They're the next section down from the 90 day roadmap in the members area).

Again, there's a thread on this topic here:
http://www.affilorama.com/members/forum ... t1000.html

We don't have any lessons on CoffeeCup... We looked at recommending this software to Affilorama members but it had too many issues that we weren't happy with. If you want to use CoffeeCup I recommend doing a hunt around the net for tutorials (sorry!).

I'm gonna send you to another one of those "already answered your question" threads:
http://www.affilorama.com/members/forum ... t1002.html

That one gives you a bit of info on the programs we recommend and where to find more info about building web pages. Sorry I can't be more help on the CoffeeCup front... but when it comes to web design in general, the best thing you can do is hunt for tutorials on the internet. Anyone who has written a tutorial obviously knows how to put things on the web!

All the best,
Mark
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nsmmarketing
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Many thanks Mark. I will commence now but a coffee may be required first! There is a lot to take in Cheers and thanks for the prompt response. It means a lot for a newbie Cheers :D
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markling
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No worries at all. I hope you're well stocked up on the coffee -- you two will become very good friends before too much longer!

Feel free to sing out if you have any more questions.

Mark
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