The domain pythonforbeginners or Python for Beginners, is a massive pile of trash water ranking on Python related terms… After building a bunch of websites, and learning to rank, I realize it’s not hard to rank with poor quality. But this is different. This place actually has pop up ads trying to fish people into downloading viruses.

So, from my perspective, Python for beginners is ranking, is ranking with the water from a garbage dumpster.

Today, they are considered authority – with a BUNCH of affiliate links, virus pop ups, and google ads. Yes, fishing popups suggesting to download viruses… Google is not the best source of information for a lot of beginner related topics. The owners at Python for beginners are not actually doing any of their own work too, they are copy and pasting from other websites, and the code is poorly explained, without any logical next steps or helpful links.

The entire websites looks as if someone automated it, poorly.

Because I am an overly emotional blogger who gives a shat about people getting quality content, I’m going to stop at nothing until I beat pythonforbeginners… out of whatever keywords I decide to aim at, and I will not stop at one!

Pythonforbeginners.com is a pile of trash water

pythonforbeginners.com is a pile of trash water. They have click ads that are loaded with viruses, that trick try to trick unsuspecting people into clicking garbage, garbage faking to be Google offering updates… That’s how much of a pile of trash water pythonforbeginners truly is.

I learned list comprehensions from scratch, no mentor, no internet, on a laptop in Louisiana, down by the river!!!

pythonforbeginners is like a disgusting water vaporizer.

If you leave water in a water vaporizer for too long, the water turns into trash water. Similar to pythonforbeginners.com. You let a keyword sit without competition, it turns into trash water.

During my vacation, I ran into a bunch of trash water blogs (with limited connectivity from my dads samsung galaxy phone) and so far, most if not all examples don’t explain variations or granular details, and the past few years I basically blog about every type of technology I learn along the process, so list comprehensions is no different than some rabbit dive I’ve done, professionally, but here – it’s all new and the help docs suck, big time! HOW?

Building better tutorials, with pound for pound better content, on a website built for helping new python developers. With data analysis, competitor analysis, web scraping, and tons of google data, I’m going to find exactly how to beat this trash water website.

What will Tyler Garrett be generating with this list comprehensions wiki? First of all – the 1st Badass tutorial on List Comprehensions – with overly explained stuff… Explaining how different code examples work, based on different usages of the code, with real world help…

A list comprehensions wiki that dominates pythonforbeginners insides and outsides, your trash water stinks.

Non-trashwater solution to learning, without affiliate links or poorly written blogs.

What’s cool is the competition is low, and the yield for me to learn python, and network with people who think quality content is king, well.. yeah, let’s network fam. I spend most of my time helping others, giving back, and blogging about complex things, in simple manners.

Follow their garbage twitter here: https://twitter.com/pythonbeginners

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