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Don't underestimate your ability to make money with Joomla! In this video I give a bit of a pep talk for people who maybe have never considered trying to make some money using their Joomla skills. We also look at the extension "Phoca Restaurant Menu" as an example of a simple tool one could use to offer services to a restaurant that does not yet have an online presence.


  • The video is about making money with Joomla.
    - The presenter introduces himself as Tim Davis, a Joomla enthusiast.
    - He mentions that he will discuss a component that can help people find clients in Joomla.
    - Tim emphasizes that he won't be promoting expensive courses or coaching programs.
    - He believes that making money with Joomla is possible, but not everyone can quit their job to do it.
    - Tim encourages trying and not basing one's self-worth on the outcome.
    - He shares a personal story about starting to make money online.
    - Tim mentions the challenges of understanding client expectations in web development.
    - He hints at changes in his YouTube channel, including discontinuing a giveaway.
    - Tim talks about an upcoming free business coaching opportunity he received.
    - Some viewers express their views on Joomla and WordPress.

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Tim Davis is the founder and owner of Cybersalt.
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