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Parents: Imagine you had the power to help your teen become independently wealthy? Would you use that power?

Parents: Imagine you had the power to help your teen become independently wealthy? Would you use that power?

As a parent I wanted my son to grow up feeling safe and I wanted him to find some direction in life that would enable him to do the things in life he loved and become successful at them. I have always believed that in choosing to have a child that as a parent I must stick with them from baby to adult and help guide them in making their lifestyle and work choices.

My own son left school at 17 and started work in a small workshop repairing electrical related faults on cars. At 21 years of age, he has developed excellent fault finding skills and is able to replace parts and repair electrics for customers.He has also developed team building skills and has developed skills that help him to relate to customers and suppliers.

In only 4 years, he is destined to start his own business and be servicing cars within a 20 mile radius.

Now, a lot of people say that it is not possible for him to achieve this in only a few years in the trade, but with careful thought toward only supplying the services he can handle, starting and running a business will be a piece of cake for him.

Especially as he has some seasoned business people around him who will support him with the development of his business.

And at only 21 years of age, he has few responsibilities, which means he is even more likely to succeed.

Yes, i’m pretty proud of what he is about to do, but i realise that he wouldn’t be able to achieve this without the love and support of those around him.

We started YWB to help young people to build their own web-projects, games, apps, websites, and share their knowledge and experiences in our safe and friendly forum, there are so many opportunities waiting for them, we will help anyone to their full potential and help them to make websites games and apps not spend hours on them.

What you see on YoungWebBuilder.com today is 100’s of articles and 100’s of members, all talking about the best ways teens can start a website and how they can turn their website into a full time business.

Quite a few of our members are running their own internet businesses and others are quickly following in their footsteps.

Youngwebbuilder.com teaches teenagers how to think about designing a website and how to promote their website through SEO, Social Media and pay-per click advertising. Teenagers learn the pitfalls of developing a website and the importance of good planning to ensure their website is successful.

So if you are a parent and you think your teen could do with some direction and maybe they love being on the Internet, point them in the direction of Young Web Builder.

They can find the website here at youngwebbuilder.com and our forum at youngwebbuilder.com/forum. Also, if they don’t have a website, they can build one here ywbhosting.com for only £1 per month.

Do you worry about your child playing too many games, or spending too much time on Facebook?  YWB aims to help teens to build their own games and websites: Find out more:

www.youngwebbuilder.com/play-games-and-consume-media-or-build-websites-and-make-money

 

Get kick started with 1 to 1 support in our Young Entrepreneurs Competition – http://www.youngwebbuilder.com/start-your-own-web-business-ywb-young-entrepreneur-competition/

 

So, help your teen take advantage of the biggest market on the planet (the Internet) by learning how to develop a website business on-line from kids of their own age, here at youngwebbuilder.com.

 

Learn Programming:

Python course basic programming language for your teen to learn programming in demand from employers and used in web applications such as YouTube and Spotify: www.youngwebbuilder.com/interview-with-phyton-teacher-fletcher-heisler/

 

£22 PC to learn programming, as powerful as the rest

The Rasperry Pi is a new mini personal PC to learn programming for kids and has even been used by lot’s of adults too!

www.youngwebbuilder.com/interview-with-eben-upton-co-founder-of-the-raspberry-pi/

 

Any questions drop by in our parents forum:

http://www.youngwebbuilder.com/forum/index.php?forums/parents.40/

 

16 Year old social network founder:

Click here

 

Best wishes,

Stephen

Written by Stephen

Steve Ryan is the co-founder of Young Web Builder with Oliver Neely.