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Top 5 Tips for the Newly Born

Tabliopa Underwood
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12-26-2007 18:12
1) What you see is all there is.

Second guessing the rationale or motives of the RL person behind the avatar is probably the most futile exercise to indulge in.

When you see another avatar simply accept them for what they are and treat with them accordingly. A fox avatar is a fox. A boy avatar is a boy. Same with a girl, vampire, horse, wingie, fairie, soldier, robot, whatever, et al. It is thats person second life, a second life of their choosing. So just go with it and you'll enjoy yourself a whole lot more.
Jackson Racer
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Join date: 19 Dec 2006
Posts: 130
12-27-2007 10:33
Don’t grab ALL the freebies; they are fun to have but cause havoc on your inventory. Snag up what you might need at first. My first days I hung out in Freebie Dungeon and *bought* till my hearts content, I’m still finding items till this day. :D
Organization is the key :D
Antone Blessed
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Join date: 21 Nov 2007
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12-28-2007 03:07
From: AWM Mars
Geeez, some ppls can't count lol...
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5) Treat people you meet as you would in real life.
Did I miss anything?


Well maybe .. Treat people you meet here much 'more nicer' than in rl, this is a much nicer place !!
Kaimi Kyomoon
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Join date: 30 Nov 2006
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12-28-2007 05:44
From: Jackson Racer
Don’t grab ALL the freebies; they are fun to have but cause havoc on your inventory. Snag up what you might need at first. My first days I hung out in Freebie Dungeon and *bought* till my hearts content, I’m still finding items till this day. :D
Organization is the key :D


Lol My number one tip: Start organizing you inventory NOW!
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BryanChung Destiny
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12-28-2007 07:49
From: Kaimi Kyomoon
Lol My number one tip: Start organizing you inventory NOW!


As a newbie myself, this I agree! :) That's how to start well too! If not too messy!
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Bismuth Undercroft
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01-02-2008 21:35
From: BryanChung Destiny
As a newbie myself, this I agree! :) That's how to start well too! If not too messy!


This should be the No. 1 tip for all newbies. As a relatively "young" SLer, I can already see hints of chaos! ;)

Oh, and not asking for sex in five minutes should be the second... unless of course you are "humped" about two seconds after you TP off of Help Island, like me!

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Joobilee Benoir
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Join date: 5 Dec 2007
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01-08-2008 10:14
Great thread! I've been on SL for about one month now and learned very quickly all the things that were stated here. At first I treated the whole thing as a game until you realize that there is another person behind that avatar and they have feelings about what you may do or say.

Luckily I landed on a help island and chatted with a long time SL player. She walked me through everything I needed to know and helped me find places to get free items and how to change my appearance. Within one week, I gained so much information. I also met others that gave me more help and threw a few Linden my way.

Now, I rent my own home, made many friends, learned how to build, where the best spots are to just relax and have fun and am about to embark on some employment.

I spend my time most of the day helping other newbies too, giving them landmarks that were so helpful to me the first time around and many of them are still my friends.
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01-11-2008 10:50
From: Antone Blessed
Well maybe .. Treat people you meet here much 'more nicer' than in rl, this is a much nicer place !!

snicker snicker...where do these tards come from?
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Arturo Martinsyde
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Consider the RL repercussions
01-24-2008 07:14
Now I'm quite the newbie but found that my great typing ability, technical knowledge, and good conversation skills made it easy to make friends in SL. One new friend took me under her wing and helped me find my look which turned out to be very popular and sexy. She also showed me many of features of the world of SL including some basic steps toward dancing and romance. I tried to talk my wife into experiencing SL with me but she just wasn't interested in adding something else to her very full life and she's never been attracted to online human interaction.

I tried to return the favor to other newbies I kept meeting (for some reason they seemed to almost all be female avatars) and a few of them were highly interested in learning about the romantic capabilities of the sim once I helped them with finding free stuff and showing them the basics. Of course with my ego sufficiently tweaked, I was glad to oblige. Along the way I was also finding out just how far this world would go towards full consumation of that romance and found some beautiful and tasteful areas with those capabilities.

Now, I have to admit that there was an element of real passion involved with this exploration but I'm a programmer in RL so there was also this just plain wonder about the work that went on to create such intense interaction between independent 3D objects.

On my final night in SL, I was exploring this land with a new friend and we were testing out the romantic animations together. Conversations were generally things like "Wow, that looks bizarre." or "Hmmm, not badly synched up" not stuff like "Your eyes are so beautiful. I could stare into them all night." We came upon a gate that had a sign indicating an adult area behind it and I told her that I had seen similar areas and that they could be rather
shocking and erotic. She said she wanted to see anyway so we went in and flew up to a platform that had animation balls on it labeled "make love" or something like that. We were fully clothed and gave it a shot and my word what a well built script. Instead of it being just bouncing up and down upon one another it was a full seduction sequence. Problem was we really couldn't see it all because of the formal clothing we were wearing so we removed our clothes to see what it really looked like.

Well it was amazing but our conversation still was mostly about the technical aspects and I began talking about how I really shouldn't be doing this since someone might walk in on me and get the wrong idea. Well that's when I discovered my wife only feet from me breaking into tears staring at the screen.

We're working through this now and who knows what damage this might have done to our 20 year marriage (there were certainly problems before) but my wife will never understand the dynamics of a world like this.

So here's my main advice. If you're married or in a relationship in RL, either involve your mate fully or explain to them the passion that's possible and if they can't handle that, then stay away. Now there are certainly people that could come into SL and have no desire for any of the things I ended up doing and be perfectly fine but I think it's a real danger to anyone that might have any real imagination and a flirtateous nature.

I will really miss what I discovered here but my RL world has to come first.
Avanti Torok
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01-24-2008 07:44
From: Arturo Martinsyde

So here's my main advice. If you're married or in a relationship in RL, either involve your mate fully or explain to them the passion that's possible and if they can't handle that, then stay away.


Arturo,

Thank you for the interesting and well thought out post. Your advice I copied above is especially poignant as well as excellent advice. I don't currently have a RL girlfriend, but if I did, and if she was having SL sex or smply being SL romantic, I would be very angry and hurt.

Avanti
Kalderi Tomsen
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01-24-2008 14:28
From: Arturo Martinsyde
So here's my main advice. If you're married or in a relationship in RL, either involve your mate fully or explain to them the passion that's possible and if they can't handle that, then stay away. [...] my RL world has to come first.
Arturo, thank you for posting this. I am sorry that your realisation of this has come at such a cost to you and your RL and hope that everything gets straightened out. It will have served a purpose, though, if others can learn and maybe not fall into the same trap.

And one other word of advice - if you have a RL partner, stop and take a look at the screen and think to yourself: "If (s)he saw this screen right now, would they be ok with it?" If your answer is "no" or you aren't sure, then you have some serious thinking to do.
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Emuna Zamani
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01-25-2008 11:17
I am still learning but I can add a few things.

Don't become so embarrased that you leave SL over the first time that your hair is attached to your bottom or you can't figure out why you keep wearing the box instead of the contents inside. We have all been there. Just like anything in RL, you have to learn in SL. I would become so frustrated that I could not build anything but after meeting some great folks and taking classes, I can build some stuff!

Beware of people that are more interested in your RL. If that is your thing, then do what you do but there are some characters in SL that are a few nuggets short in the Happy Meal.

PLEASE, PLEASE observe in a Role Play Sim. Don't just join because of what someone else tells you. I learned that the hard way.

And ALWAYS visit this site. I have found answers here to questions that I thought I was the only one asking.
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Pit Forzane
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02-05-2008 05:04
Wow, I wish I found this thread earlier. Thanks everyone ..this should definitly make life a bit easier.

I do have a tip to add ..
If you're anything like me .. shy and have the social skills of a gnat .. avoid making you're avatar all dressed in black with heavy tat's, spikes and flaming devil eyes .. It gives a wee bit a wrong impression if you're looking to make friends. :)
Joandarc Ninetails
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02-13-2008 15:53
As a new person on SL I found these tutorials very helpful.

http://www.youtube.com/user/Torley

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Joandarc Ninetails
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Snapshot tips
02-13-2008 16:34
From: Lexi Moulliez
Oh, and as has been stated several times....I will definately work on my profile today. I'm not quite sure how to take a picture of myself tho.


I've been wondering the same thing. I'm really into photography in SL. So here is what i was able to dig up hopefully it will inspire you to go out and capture the moment!

https://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/Help:Snapshots

https://wiki.secondlife.com/wiki/User:Torley_Linden/Snapshot_tips#Quiet_Snapshots_to_Disk

This was a great tip becuase I was wondering as with the key board clatter if it could be turned off. Quiet Snapshots to Disk

"If you get annoyed at the whirrrr-click! that happens whenever you take a snapshot and others complain that you sound like a tourist (it's happened to me!), you can disable that sound and animation. Go to Client menu > Quiet Snapshots to Disk — it does what it says! However, there is a bug (VWR-2448 on our Issue Tracker): it only affects File menu > Snapshot to Disk, and not File menu > Take Snapshot (where the Snapshot Preview palette comes up)."

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Davin Romano
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03-25-2008 21:51
being here a short month, I'm grateful for this thread and the tips given. plus I'll never camp again after winning 175L in a skydiving contest and thinking I've struck gold! LOL

My fave thing about SL: the music.. hearing live DJ's in the background at work while my av dances his plastic butt off for hours on end is fantastic!
Nibiru Republic
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04-03-2008 16:48
this has also happened to me.
the other night i was at an outdoor music venue and the owner was showing me how to dance. my wife came in and got bummed because she saw me dancing with another person. i had to tell her that the whole sex thing and relationship thing wasn't what i was in SL for. (really) and that i'd never do anything to hurt her like that. we've been together for 17 years and we are solid.

after a small talk she got it. but it made ME feel bad. i would never do anything to hurt my love.

what i enjoy most is landscaping my property and looking forward to inviting my friends over for a chat and hang out.
Pelthar Beaton
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04-16-2008 02:09
Very good tips here, and if you're reading this, you're already on the right path, cause imho the number 1 tip is:

1. READ - there's a plethora of great tutorials, tips, tricks outside of SL, and you can find most of them right here, in this forum. Information can save you thousands of L$.

2. READ IN-WORLD TOO - always read the signs, bilboards, notecards before you attend an event or buy something. Those signs are there to help you, and it's totally free to read them.

3. DON'T EXPECT TO BE SUCCESSFUL EARLY - you can be the most skillful guy on the planet, and still, you won't be able to compete with the established businesses of SL in the first few months, unless you put some serious cash into advertising. (I'm talking about thousands of USD/month) People need time to recognize you and the quality of your wares, just be patient.

4. DON'T THINK OF SL AS A MMORPG - If you really have to role-play a bad guy, find a community within SL that allows it on their sims. There are several RPG sims out there, I'm sure you can find one that suits your style.

5. DON'T BE A LEECHER - If you're lucky enough to earn some cash with your wares and/or services, spend some of that money in-world. SL economy can't exist without customers.

Good Luck!
pointside Sunbelter
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04-16-2008 15:11
1. Don't eat the gum off the bottom of camping benches. It's not candy, just leave it alone.

2. When you start collecting boxes of freebies, do yourself a favor and open the box pick out anything you might like and throw the rest away. You'll end up with 20,000 inventory items, I know. Then you get older and throw it all out anyway.

3. Don't go to the dark side... Just because you play Halo and Quake Wars and attack people in other games, doesn't mean you have to do the closest thing in this game... GRIEVING! JUST SAY NO!

4. Don't take everybody to the -->puppet show<-- Just because you found the freebie box with the newbie penis, does not give you the right to walk around unclothed, in the mall, letting it all hang out. Put that thing away.

5. Finally, your Giant metal freebie robotic attention getting space nerd avatar. Guess what... we don't care. Nobody sits in groups in corners going "He's so cool, where can I get one."


Ok maybe I'll do a serious list some other time. :)


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Scout Schwager
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05-08-2008 21:56
Finding a "home", walk into the ocean and Land Mark LM a spot. You can rez objects there, and be unmolested.

In your inventory, Rename that LM as Home so you can find it quickly.

Role Play (rp) sims that have been up for a while will have a corp of old timers who may not like newbies. You can deal with them, mute them, or go to a newer sim.

Learn how to Mute A holes. Right click on their avatar, and select Mute. Make sure you note that you muted them in chat.

Guys, don't screw around. Go straight for the Realgasm Gold Penis. Worth every penny.

(bonus)

Get a freaking credit card. Use a prepaid Visa or Mastercard. Camping is So lame. Your time is worth much more than that, even if you are using a script.

Escorting is lame also. What? $5 an hour? come on, get a real job and enjoy SL (guys get a decent bod and Penis and you will never have to pay for it)
Sarita Thor
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Join date: 19 Mar 2008
Posts: 31
05-11-2008 02:04
First up i SO agree with Scout/ do get yourself a CC, camping is such a waste of valuable time!

Defo get onto the forums, these will educate u so much, spend equal amount of time on these to 2L.


Look at renting a house, but watch your prims..been there, tripled my rent LOL.


Always tip. dont just walk around grabbing freebies, give back to the SL community!!


And last but not least, always remember behind every avi is a RL person, treat them with respect.

And sorry! have to add a number six! DO NOT!!! WALK AROUND INAPROPRIATE PLACES WITH YR PENIS EXPOSED!!!! EEEWWWW!!!! REMEMBER TO DETACH LOL
Sarita Thor
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05-11-2008 02:12
From: Kalderi Tomsen


And one other word of advice - if you have a RL partner, stop and take a look at the screen and think to yourself: "If (s)he saw this screen right now, would they be ok with it?" If your answer is "no" or you aren't sure, then you have some serious thinking to do.

so right!!! an absolute rule!!
Skell Dagger
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05-27-2008 11:06
From: Tabliopa Underwood
1) What you see is all there is.

Second guessing the rationale or motives of the RL person behind the avatar is probably the most futile exercise to indulge in.

When you see another avatar simply accept them for what they are and treat with them accordingly. A fox avatar is a fox. A boy avatar is a boy. Same with a girl, vampire, horse, wingie, fairie, soldier, robot, whatever, et al. It is thats person second life, a second life of their choosing. So just go with it and you'll enjoy yourself a whole lot more.


Love that one. So true!

Here are my five. Er... six:

1. Read profiles.

If you want to approach someone in SL (yes, in *that* way) then read their profile and picks before you do so. They may state that they're not in SL for relationships or fun of that kind, or you might find that their sexual orientation isn't compatible with yours. Even if all you're considering is friendship, the same principle applies: read the profile. As long as your intended hasn't just added places to picks, then you might find out several things they want the virtual world to know about them, too. We create picks for a reason: to be read!


2. Respect other people's property.

Nobody can stop you from camming into their home and having a nose around. Pushing open the door and walking in, then trying out their poseballs etc, though, is a different matter. Some residents don't mind other avatars walking around their homes when they're not in, but others do mind. *Especially* do not walk in and start using poseballs when the owner is home! A couple of weeks ago, my partner and I were having a nice cuddle and chat on the couch in our SL home, and a newbie flew in through the window (he'd been hovering around on the edge of the parcel for several minutes) and sat on the poseball next to us! He received a polite request from me to leave, but didn't seem to realise what he'd done was rather rude. Just because two green blobs are together on the mini-map nearby, doesn't mean it's an open house invitation to walk in and make yourself comfy ;)


3. Learn from other people's ideas.

Like that cool bit of furniture in that store? Right-click-edit it and see how it's put together. You can learn a lot about how to build things you didn't even think possible by doing that. "Ohh! They used a squashed cylinder for that overlapped bedsheet, and..." Likewise, if you enjoy building, look at the world around you and try to figure out how to make various items using only prims. (If you love building then you'll probably find yourself doing this anyway.)


4. Walk!

Flying is fun and fast. Teleporting is even faster. But once you're in a sim, then take the time to walk around, especially if a lot of thought and work has gone into the build of the sim. Try walking around Kowloon sim to discover all the hidden alleyways, or meander around the urban backstreets of The Block while you fulfill your grungy clothes shopping needs. You'll see so much more, and feel more 'at home' if you walk, purely because it will seem more realistic to you.


5. Sort your inventory.

It's gonna happen. You'll clear your cache one day, for whatever reason, then the next time you log and open your inventory, you'll be waiting for half an hour while your 20K of stuff loads. Set aside ten minutes each day to sort through it (although if you're anything like me then you'll get lost in the task and end up two hours later with dry eyeballs). Create a filing system within your inventory that makes sense to you, then start to sort all those random folders. Find a quiet place and try on everything in all those packs of freebie clothes you picked up. Ditch the crap and save the better stuff. Go to a quiet sandbox and rez all of those mysterious Objects, to see what they are. Delete all of those floating/hovering text scripts in your inventory. Likewise the duplicate landmarks and unwanted notecards. Archive old items you never wear, or (if they're transferable) drop them off at an exchange point like the Free Bazaar at Stillman, so others can pick them up and get some use out of them.


6. Read blogs.

Yes, I can count, but you get a bonus ;) There are hundreds of SL blogs out there, dedicated to every SL-related subject under the sun, from where all the latest good freebies are, to stylish clothes for men, to newbie tips and great places to visit. Find a few that you like, bookmark them or add their RSS to your feed reader of choice, then read them regularly.
Karl Herber
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06-02-2008 01:21
Cool thread. Here's my top five. I think everyone's covered all of this somewhere or other but these to me are the most important, and based on the most common questions I get when I'm mentoring.

1. How do I find cool places/make friends? Search is your friend. To find really cool places, open the Search All tab, type in a word, something that you're interested in, and click away. I've found some great locations that way. If you're looking for gatherings of people to socialise with, pay attention to the Events search, and watch your map for stars and clusters of green dots. Don't be too shy to stop and talk, but don't be too quick to offer friendship. Offer a calling card first.

2. How do I win in SL? SL is not an MMO. There's no levelling, no quests or set goals, no points to score, and the way to "win" is to find something you like doing, and then do it. For me, that's turned out to be teaching and helping others enjoy the game. For others it might be building, or scripting, or running a business, or just clubbing and socialising.

3. How do I get money? Don't beg for L$. Don't camp for L$ (It's boring as hell and earns you about L$5 an hour at the current rate. That's about 2% of what you could earn working in McDonalds for an hour). If you want Lindens, get a credit card or a paypal account and buy some. Just US$5 once in a while, say once a month, is enough for most people if you're not buying or renting land. If you can't afford 5 bucks a month, maybe you should quit SL altogether and focus on your RL priorities first. Also don't expect to make mega-bucks here, because 99.99% of residents in SL don't make any sort of profit at all.

4. How do I get stuff if I have no money? Go Freebie shopping. Pretty much everything you might need, you can already get for free. Start at the NCI or The Shelter because they also have a LOT of information and help available for new residents. But for the love of God don't wear that ugly pink plastic freebie penis in public.

5. What can I do here? Learn some skills you can use within SL, such as building, scripting, texture-making etc. Use tutorials in places like NCI or Ivory Tower if you haven't learned them yet. Hang around in sandboxes, watch people build and have a go. Once you've found something you like doing, and learned how to really contribute to the SL world, there's much more incentive to stay and have fun.
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Amaranthim Talon
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06-04-2008 10:33
Originally Posted by Ceera Murakami
It may help if you think about Second Life as a place, rather than a game. The Second Life client software enables you to create an "Avatar" and to move that avatar around in a virtual 3D world, while interacting with literally millions of other people from all over the world. But unlike most computer games, there is no "goal", no levels to gain, no missions to accomplish. Visiting Second Life is like taking a vacation in a foreign country. You can purchase some of the local currency, if you want to, and can use that to pay for things that other residents have made. Things like clothes, cars, weapons, homes, and even virtual land to call your own. Or you can explore for free, and just interact with people. After all, your Avatar doesn't need to eat, doesn't need to sleep... You have no real "needs" that have to be met to survive.

There is a LOT that you can do in Second Life without spending a single penny of real money. There are a lot of free things that you can get, like clothes, cars, boats, wings, and avatar forms. You can do a lot to change your avatar's appearance, and to customize that as you please. And you can explore the virtual world, make friends, dance, go on rides, visit interesting places... With a little effort, you can become almost anything in SL. A dragon, a bunny in a business suit, a pretty girl, a puppy dog... There are few limits on what is possible.

It's also important to understand that virtually everything that you see in Second Life is something that someone else actually owns and most likely paid money for. Very little of it is "free game content" provided by the service provider, Linden Lab. If you see a home, or a castle, or a store... someone built that, or bought it, and owns it. You can't just walk into an apparently empty house and set up housekeeping, any more than you could walk down the street in your real life neighborhood and walk into any unlocked house that you find and make yourself at home. There is no "free land" where you can build a home or a business. You would have to buy or rent the land from another Player, or from the service provider. There are areas called "Sandboxes", where you can practice building, but you can't build a house there and leave it there.

Eventually, you'll find that there are things you would like to do that you do have to spend in-world money on. Like getting better-looking clothes, or a better looking skin for your avatar, or renting or purchasing a place to call your own.

People make money in Second Life much like they do in real life. They learn the needed skills, they create something other people want, or provide a service other people desire to hire them for, and then they sell that to other Players. So maybe they make shoes, or dresses, or houses, or guns, or do landscaping... But each of these things requires time, effort, and creativity on your part. You can't just spend 4 hours "harvesting timber" or "digging gold" or doing some other mindless task to earn money, like in many games.

In general, when you're getting started, it's easier for most people to simply purchase the local currency called Linden Dollars, or L$, rather than trying to earn it in the virtual world. Quite honestly, less than 2% of the people who use Second Life manage to make a real-world profit here. That means that more than 98% do spend at least some real-world money here each month, or else decide to make do only with the free content and activities.

Again, until you have spent some time exploring, meeting people, and experiencing what Second Life offers, you won't be in a good position to earn money in the Second Life virtual world. You will be better off purchasing some game money with real money. One US dollar will buy enough game money to get maybe 5 t-shirts, a nice dress, or a good set of boots.

Can you earn money here, and even earn a real profit? Yes, if you have the right skills and put in enough effort. I make a profit here every month. But what I earn in SL, if you take into account the hours that I spend to do it, doesn't even match a minimum-wage real-world income. If I spend 20 hours building and making things to sell in SL, I won't earn as much real money as I would have if I had spent that same 20 hours cooking hamburgers in a fast food restaurant. I work in SL because I like doing the things that I do, and because other people enjoy what I make. If it was all about the money, I wouldn't bother with SL. I'd just go get another job in the real world.

I hope you enjoy SL. Welcome to our virtual world. Take it slow, enjoy the free stuff, and make up your own mind as to whether there are things here that are worth spending a few real dollars every month or so to play here. But above all, HAVE FUN.
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