· Young Blood
im making a website and i also want to learn so any tip is welcome and it will help a beginner learn ( me).
I have to agree with Dilligaf. Direct your efforts and resources to learning and practicing what you learn, rather than worrying about a website. The world's got more than enough websites as it is...pugs,,,,dont be starting no web site lol,,, You have beter things to do with your time at this point for one and two you have not got the experience to be running one. Sounds a nice idea for younger folks but they are truly a lot of work effort and time . I would suggest you keep on learning n reading n doing what you can to hone the skills you do have and learn what ya dont.
do ,do and do it some more,, then wtite about it so folks can read, read and read..Sorry my tip isn't very usefull.
Read, read some more, then read some more.
Hey Delaney!if you're interested in helping people interested in bushcrafting, especially since you're a beginner, you might be better served by starting a group within your area. start small. go out with your buddies and practice your survival skills. as you guys get more proficient, invite more people, expand your outreach. once you've got more practice in and a group of like minded people, then start a website.
We do have enough websites, but teaching others is one of the best ways to remember how to do something. If he makes youtube type videos for his website, the knowledge will be stored better in his own mind.I have to agree with Dilligaf. Direct your efforts and resources to learning and practicing what you learn, rather than worrying about a website. The world's got more than enough websites as it is...