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21 Passive Income Ideas - 21 Ways to Make Passive Income You Probably Never Thought of - cover

21 Passive Income Ideas - 21 Ways to Make Passive Income You Probably Never Thought of

Mikkelsen Twins

Publisher: Bro Books

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Summary

Discover Strategies to Make Full Time Income on the Internet! 
 
 
 
Do you want to learn how to optimize making money online? If your answer is yes, then this book is going to list out the top eleven strategies that you can get started with right here, right now, and convert your time from surfing, or watching TV, into the time that you need to make money from the familiarity of your desk at home. No need to commute to a job in the city, and no need to listen to ungrateful bosses whine about how poorly you did your job.
 
 
 
Wake-up! You are part of the gig economy that has coincided with the online revolution. What you have is the opportunity to work when you like, how you prefer, and where it’s convenient. This book contains proven steps and strategies on how to attain other sources of passive income online.
 
 
 
Inside you’ll learn how to make money from- 
 
The Google AdSense
 
The Smart Affiliate
 
The Consulting
 
The Publishing
 
The Podcasting
 
The Content
 
Freelance Writing
 
The Online Course
 
The YouTube Channel
 
The Drop-Shipping S
 
Amazon’s FBA
 
 
 
You don't need any technical knowledge or business experience to make money via these business ideas. Through tried and tested strategies, this book is going to teach you, in a very straightforward manner, everything you need to do to go from no e-commerce business to one that earns you thousands of dollar on an almost-automatic basis.

 
Stop wasting time and money. Click “Add to Cart” to discover which online business Is a perfect match for you - before you start the business!

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