Tin Metal Sign Plaque Bar Pub Vintage Retro Wall Decor Poster Home Club Tavern Wall Door (30 x 20 cm) – UK Company (057 Genius At Work)

Vintage metal tin sign. Manufactured with folded edges for extra safety and stability. Pre-drilled holes to allow to hang with ease. Suitable for indoor or outdoor use. 30 x 20 cm (8″ x 12″). Make ideal gifts for friends or a loved one. Visit our shop for our full range.

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  • Metal sign 30 x 20 cm.
  • Ideal gift for a friend or loved one.
  • Suitable for indoor or outdoor use.
  • Manufactured with folded edges for extra safety and stability.
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HOW TO MAKE MONEY ONLINE: Learn how to make money from home with my step-by-step plan to build a $5000 per month passive income website portfolio (of 10 … each) (THE MAKE MONEY FROM HOME LIONS CLUB)

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Online passive income is the ultimate dream. Making money while you sleep. Everybody wants it.

But is it really possible?

The short answer is “yes.”

The longer answer is “yes, but it isn’t easy to accomplish.”

If it was, wouldn’t everyone be doing it?

In my ebook, I give you a step-by-step plan on how to develop a passive income website portfolio and show you how making money online actually works.

The specific plan I teach is designed to make you $5,000 per month in passive income earnings, based on 10 websites, with each website having a targeted earnings level of at least $500 each. Once you understand the process though, you can decide to build 20 of these websites, or 100! When you stop is up to you (and yes, there are people making tens of thousands of dollars per month on the Internet based on these concepts – they just love the work and don’t ever stop building new websites or expanding their current ones!).

What’s great about the business plan that I teach you is not only the income level you will accomplish if you follow through, but all that you will learn in the process. The skills you learn in this ebook will enable you to build all kinds of online businesses and open the door for all kinds of entrepreneurial projects you may have.

Not only that, you will be able to evaluate business ideas much more intelligently once you’ve gone through this whole process. You will understand the fundamentals of keyword research & analysis, traffic & lead generation, social & affiliate marketing, monetization & conversion testing, and traffic analysis. These skills will help you immensely in ANY business you ever decide to start (online or not, passive or not).

Generating an online passive income won’t happen overnight and takes a lot of hard work, but going through the process is completely worth it and having an exact plan of action is the best only way to ensure success.

Let me put it this way: if you were offered no pay for six months for 40+ hours of work per week, but after those six months, you got $5,000+ per month for the rest of your life, would that be worth it to you?

If that idea isn’t unbelievably exciting to you, then this isn’t the business for you.

This isn’t a get rich quick scheme. This is a business. Except with this business, instead of trading your time for money (like most jobs), you are investing your time. You work hard now and continue to reap the benefits indefinitely. Building an online business takes a lot of work and a lot of patience, but the rewards can be amazing.

That’s the kind of business that I teach you in this ebook.

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Buena Vista Social Club [DVD] [1999]

Buena Vista Social Club [DVD] [1999]In 1996, composer, producer, and guitar legend Ry Cooder entered Egrem Studios in Havana with the forgotten greats of Cuban music, many of them in their 60s and 70s, some of them long since retired. The resulting album, Buena Vista Social Club, became a Grammy-winning international bestseller. When Cooder returned to Havana in 1998 to record a solo album by 72-year-old vocalist Ibrahim Ferrer, filmmaker Wim Wenders was on hand to document the occasion. Wenders splits the film between portraits of the performers, who tell their stories directly to the camera as they wander the streets and neighbourhoods of Havana, and a celebration of the music heard in performance scenes in the studio, in their first concert in Amsterdam, and in their second and final concert at Carnegie Hall. The songs are too often cut short in this fashion, but Buena Vista Social Club is not a concert film. Wenders weaves the artist biographies with a glimpse of modern Cuba remembering its past, capturing a lost culture in music that is suddenly, unexpectedly revived for audiences in Havana and around the world. Wenders makes his presence practically invisible, as if his directorial flourishes or off-screen narration might deflect attention from the artists, who do a fine job of telling their own stories through interviews and music. It’s a loving portrait of a master class in Cuban music, with a vital cast of ageing performers whose energy and passion belie their years. –Sean Axmaker

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