Great post! If you know one programming language than you can understand any programming language depend's on your interest.Every programming language has it's own place.In programming world you never know when the latest trend change.so it's better idea to keep learning and keep updated.sometimes you think you gets a feeling that you know everything and sometimes you get the feeling you still need so much knowledge.so keep learning and gets latest trend's i like to add one more artcle with this articlewhich programming language to learn in 2015 read this
If you wish to make more money by copy/trading or by trading on your one I strongly advise you to learn as much as you can about Forex market. But above all, stay calm and self disciplined. Believe me it was crazy filling when I've made literally more than $100 while I slept during the night. Well,actually I wasn't sleeping. I was watching the screen all night long and going crazy.
Selling textbooks can earn you some big bucks and really help out fellow students who may be looking for a discounted version of the book they need. And while the amount of money you can make from selling the books will largely depend on the books or classes themselves, it can be a nice way to make up some of the money you spent buying them in the first place. 

Hello Alex, you have a very informative website and good recommendations on how to make money online especially for someone with computer programming background. I am particularly interested in developing apps for Android. Can you suggest any websites or resources that offer free good course on apps programming? Thank you and wishing you all the best!
Selling notes — If you take great notes in class — or you want to get better at taking great notes — look into StudySoup. This is a website that pays you for your class notes and study guides. The perks of this site are two-fold — by putting together great notes and study guides, you’ll be learning your course material even better, AND you can get paid to do it! If StudySoup isn’t available for your college, there’s still nothing stopping you from selling your notes to classmates directly, too.
Google and other major traffic sources don’t like when you direct link or create bridge pages so brush up on how to create compliant landing pages OR look up some competitors promoting clickbank/jvzoo products on Google or Bing. If you miss steps e.g. no privacy policy, ToS, have thin content, and so on then your accounts can be suspended which is no good.

First, focus on making the image interesting and visually appealing. Consider what the target audience is and do your research checking out examples of other successful Instagram posts. Make yourself the Instagram guru of your product. Make your posts engaging and interesting. Ask your followers a question so you can interact with them and earn their trust.

If you'd like to make money with ClickBank, you're not alone. ClickBank facilitates around 30,000 digital sales each day and has over six million registered users who create and promote digital products. There are two main ways to make money using ClickBank: one is to create your own product and list it, and the other is to skip the product creation step and list other people's products while taking a commission from each sale. ClickBank commission rates range from 5%–75% depending on the product being promoted.
Whether you are promoting your own products or someone else's through ClickBank, you'll want to make sure your website is functional, error-free, and sales oriented. You will also want to begin capturing visitor's information as soon as possible by offering a newsletter. This helps you build a dedicated audience to market all of your affiliate offers both now and in the future. If you still have questions about using ClickBank, check out ClickBank University. They offer free videos and tutorials that will help you get set up so you can start earning revenue. 

Whenever someone asks me why I built this course, I always share a story about Frank Abagnale - the guy whose story is portrayed in the movie “Catch Me if You Can.” Abagnale was a notorious fraudster and imposter who assumed no fewer than eight identities to hide from the FBI and police. Not only did he “fake” careers as a physician and a lawyer, but he pretended to be an airline pilot and a professor, too!

I actually don’t. The whole reason why I leverage these online marketplaces is because they already have traffic and an audience and they’re doing their own paid marketing and SEO to build up their members. That’s why I love this system and think it’s so great for beginners. You will literally make sales just from being in these marketplaces. I don’t care if you have a course about underwater basketweaving, you will eventually make sales just by showing up. It’s that simple. Of course if you wish, you could promote yourself, for example on your Facebook profile, via your blog and Twitter.
Anyone can benefit from taking the time to codify and circulate their ideas. But Balfour says the biggest winners are those who already have a large following. “The key to making a lot of money on Udemy is huge YouTube channels and Facebook pages,” she says. “I’ve tried Twitter and Facebook ads, but you need the base to begin with to sell against. You can’t just sell to strangers.” How can you build that audience in the first place? Balfour suggests laying the groundwork by blogging and creating YouTube videos to introduce readers to your ideas and get them hungry for more. “There’s this idea that you put a course up there and it sells itself,” she says. “But it’s like a book. You can’t just write a book and expect people to find out about it. You have to do a book tour and generate press.” Your online course needs a similar marketing campaign.
Step Three. This is where you will need to create lessons and record the videos for your course. You might choose to create written lessons. I personally haven’t created courses that only consisted of written lessons as I like to provide my courses content in many different digital formats: video, audio, images and written. But I’ve purchased courses that consisted of only written lessons.
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Ok I have a question. Btw, I am brand new to the online business arena. I have two ideas for online courses. I cannot find any courses that are currently being sold online that offers the same content. However there are a lot of “how to” articles available on websites like Forbes and Entrepreneuer that cover the same content. They do not have much depth and they are quite vague. Since articles are being written on the subject matter does that mean there is enough demand?
Unlike school notes, people need notes taken for everything. For example, senior citizens and disabled persons consistently need help taking notes, and many local Heath and Human Services departments pair up note takers to people in need. If you have time and are willing to travel around town, you could earn a little side income taking notes for the needy.
Student life is already hard and expensive enough as it is. Most of us had to balance classes and work, and were expected to have good grades. Work study jobs may not provide enough money, or it may all need to go to tuition, and finding a job for just the summer, or that fits into a limited schedule, can be difficult. But by using creativity, it’s entirely possible to get through college with some interesting work experience, great stories, and a little extra cash.
One thing, though, there is a big difference in making an app for Android and an app for iOS, and that is the fact that making an app for Google Play costs just 25$ one-off, making an app for iOS costs 99$ a year, so if you are making an app for iOS, I will recommend you to be a bit more confident about the way you will make money by your app, than if you are making an app for Android.
The music industry might not be as strong as it was in the 80s, but there are still plenty of ways to make money online as a musician. Sites like SoundBetter let you sell your services as a songwriter, producer, or session musician to thousands of customers a month. While Musicbed, Music Vine, Marmoset, and SongFreedom are perfect for licensing your music to TV shows, movies, and web series.
Aside: a fantastic new program was made by Adobe called Experience Design (Xd) and it is the manifestation of Adobe stealing Sketch's design and UX principles. This is amazing because Sketch is so much more enjoyable to use compared to photoshop but photoshop has more power and capability.  Xd has the best of both worlds and it is very much worth learning. It also has a suite of very nice features that you can incorporate into freelancing.

The Education at Wealthy Affiliate isn’t just simple, it’s better in every single way. From the moment that you join you are going to be walked through the state of the art, step-by-step training platform. For newbies and advanced marketers alike, their focus with all of the training is teaching you how to create a successful, long term business within the online space.
Medium is an online community where anyone can post articles and essays and get them in front of their audience of millions of monthly readers. While it can be a great place to build your audience for your own blog or find customers for your consulting business, with Medium’s new Partner Program, you can now make money online whenever someone reads your articles. Register for free and you can choose whether your articles are freely available or only readable by those people paying $5/month for a premium Medium membership. You’ll make money based on the amount of people who read and engage with your posts each month.
Imagine there was a done for you system that would let you earn $1,000 commissions, so you only needed 10 sales to achieve your 10k/mo goal. Imagine there was a system that would give you the coaching and help you need to so you won’t have to Google or research for answers, imagine there was a system that would give you done for you funnels and the training you need to earn those massive commissions online…
 Do you have stuff in your garage that you don't use anymore? Maybe a bicycle or camping gear? Maybe it's something that you do use, but not very often. If you want to put your stuff to work for you, consider using a service like Rentything, which allows you to rent almost anything you own. You just create your own rental shop and list items to rent. People contact you and pay you online through the platform. A simple and easy way to boost your income! A similar site is Zilok.
If you have a yard or some space to grow food, you could grow items to sell to your friends and neighbors. If you have enough space to grow a lot of food, you could even join a Community Supported Agriculture – where local farmers and residents pool together to buy and sell fresh produce. This may not make you a millionaire, but if you have enough to sell consistently, it could be a great income stream.
Check out the work being offered and prices that are being paid if you have access on the site for that information. You can't start out setting a premium price for your product or service, even if you're offering high quality. On most of these sites, you'll build up a reputation, sales data, as well as reviews of your products or services. Once you have a track record, you can raise your prices if necessary, but first you need to get some work.
Aside: a fantastic new program was made by Adobe called Experience Design (Xd) and it is the manifestation of Adobe stealing Sketch's design and UX principles. This is amazing because Sketch is so much more enjoyable to use compared to photoshop but photoshop has more power and capability.  Xd has the best of both worlds and it is very much worth learning. It also has a suite of very nice features that you can incorporate into freelancing.

Starting a podcast, like making a YouTube channel or blog, comes down to telling interesting stories and building an engaged audience. I’m probably sounding like a broken record by now, but you need a niche that you’re interested in and there’s already a demand for. Come up with a list of topics you’d like to talk about and then search iTunes charts, Google Trends and other podcast research sites like cast.market to see what’s currently out there and popular.
So you wanna get someone into your trip wire first, which suppose, yes and it has to be relevant to whatever product you're selling through ClickBank or whatever affiliate network and that will be your upsell upon checkout, so you get someone to buy your product and then and there you wanna push them to ClickBank, on ClickBank they have their own landing pages so you gotta push them to ClickBank and you wanna get them to buy right then and there.
As a programmer one thing that annoys me are web designers who cant do any better than me but get paid thousands for non-functional designs made mostly of stock photos and bad frameworks. I have to go in and do at least 80% of the work and only make hundreds.. This demonstrates the power of a portfolio that is visual and making technical aspects and rigor nuances..
Now you need to learn any of these languages plus you need to learn the language in the context of the application. Example learn Java + Java in the context of android mobile app development. Sure there will be some other additional technologies and algorithms to package a product.. Like wise you can learn php + a little about how a web app is created with php and a little about how the web app is deployed on a linux box and made available for access for the world and so on etc., 

Each of the platforms are different in how you get paid, when you get paid and what you get paid for. But most typically pay out a full calendar month after the current month. For instance, if you earned $1000 in August, you would typically be paid out during the first week of October. But some pay on the 1st and 15th or later in the month. The most important thing for beginners is to just get started. Once you start getting results then you can begin planning out your months in order to reach your financial goals. Like if you wanted to reach a certain income goal by March, well you really need to be hustling hard in January because March is going to be the payout month of January’s efforts and activity.

Hello Alex, you have a very informative website and good recommendations on how to make money online especially for someone with computer programming background. I am particularly interested in developing apps for Android. Can you suggest any websites or resources that offer free good course on apps programming? Thank you and wishing you all the best!


Ideally, you will already have a website that contains articles and other affiliate offers similar to the ClickBank products you want to promote. If you haven't set one up yet though, don't worry. WordPress is a great free content management system that you can use to start a website and begin publishing articles immediately. Use your articles to draw readers in, then present your ClickBank affiliate offer within the article. You may also want to develop a newsletter for your own website and use it to promote your ClickBank offers to your audience as often as possible. (See: How To Monetize Your Website.)
This need for information and instruction has created a great opportunity for you to get paid for your knowledge. While some people have done this by creating a blog or writing books, an online course is another method of selling what you know. Online learning is expected to reach more than $240 billion by 2021, according to Global Industry Analysts, Inc.

If you have  a flair for quirky sayings or graphic design, consider selling stuff online that you help create and design. This stuff can be anything from T-shirts to coffee cups to coasters and the selling platform can be a site like CafePress or Threadless. If you can make the entire item yourself from scratch, consider selling it on Etsy and Bonanza.
I surprisingly get a lot of people asking to detail their car. I never intend to make a business of it, but I love doing it to my cars and people ask me to do it to theirs. All it takes is a cheap orbital buffer (mines a used craftsman) and a shop vac. I normally get easily $100 for a basic wash/wax/vac, or $200 to remove scratches and polish then wax the car.

Another way to utilize your talent and business skills is to run corporate workshops online. Businesses are always looking for unique ways to help educate their workforce, and if you can package your talents into a day or half-day long session, you can sell that to companies all over the world to make money online. Start by building a portfolio and then reaching out on LinkedIn to influencers at relevant companies to see if they would be interested in you teaching their team.


If you are looking to make money online, you might feel overwhelmed right now, or even discouraged. After all, if you don't have any marketable skills or a college degree, you might be thinking that no one will hire you. However, this is not true. If you use the following guide, you can make money online in four different ways, none of which require you to have special skills, a degree, or more than $20 to get started. (FEAR NOT. None of them involve affiliate marketing.)

For example if a student purchases your course using an Instructor Coupon code, either from promotions to your own audience (e.g., your email list or YouTube subscribers) you can make 97% revenue share. Alternatively if the course is sold via an Affiliate, the split is 50% affiliate, 25% Instructor and 25% Udemy. If the sale comes directly via the Udemy website (not an affiliate or an instructor promotion) the split is 50% Udemy, 50% Instructor.


I run my own company, but I guess you could still say I’m a freelancer since I’m flying solo. I’m also a dev (though I do design as well), not counting design work I clear mid 4 figures monthly (and low 4 figures part time just 18 months ago). I don’t use freelancing sites at all and I use all three techniques that I described in my response above.

I can't explain exactly what makes Tower Defense so addictive, but man, is it ever. Perhaps it's the collaborative gameplay, along with the "just one more time" element of different tower arrangements and greater income to build ever more powerful towers. Remember, this is a game mode not created by Blizzard, but invented by multiplayer game modders using the tools provided with Warcraft III. It was completely unique-- I had never played anything like it. After about six months, I completely stopped playing traditional multiplayer games of Warcraft III in favor of user modifications like Tower Defense. As a hat tip to the community, Blizzard included their take on tower defense as a hidden mission in the Frozen Throne expansion.

What this article teaches you is that if you produce something that is shareable and interesting, driving traffic to it is MUCH easier. You can use social media, you can run link building, you can share it on niche communities and nobody is going to ban it or downvote it. Actually, if your front end is great value, people will share it around without you asking. Then all you have to do is offer a free downloadable resource in this piece of content (that does not decrease its shareability as it’s more free goodies) and THEN start selling via email follow up.


Finally, if you want to continue to make money beyond college, and setup multiple income streams for the future, you should always reinvest some of the profits into your business to make yourself more profitable. This is how you build residual income. How much more money could you make each month if you advertised your business? What if you hired an assistant to handle some tasks so you could focus on others? Reinvesting in your business is a smart move to make more money in college and beyond.
If you have anything you don't use anymore, and it's too large to sell online, Craigslist should be your go-to place to sell stuff. In college, you may want to sell all your furniture before moving home from school at the end of the year. Depending on what you own, a few $100 might be better than storing it or transporting it back with you. It's easy to setup a listing and sell anything on Craigslist.
If you own a home and have extra space you're not using in your garage, or maybe a side driveway, you could rent that space to people that need to store their boat or RV. The website JustPark.com allows you to rent out your driveway or garage to others and collect payment online. It's very easy to use and a great way to make some extra money on a space you don't use. 

Our team at Student Loan Hero works hard to find and recommend products and services that we believe are of high quality and will make a positive impact in your life. We sometimes earn a sales commission or advertising fee when recommending various products and services to you. Similar to when you are being sold any product or service, be sure to read the fine print understand what you are buying, and consult a licensed professional if you have any concerns. Student Loan Hero is not a lender or investment advisor. We are not involved in the loan approval or investment process, nor do we make credit or investment related decisions. The rates and terms listed on our website are estimates and are subject to change at any time. Please do your homework and let us know if you have any questions or concerns.

Great post. Thanks. Could you please give me some advice. I have no tech background but am willing to learn. I need to create a website for my business. People log in, choose the type of food they want from the menu, pay for it, and we deliver the food to their address. I want to become independent of foreigner programmers. I want to create an easy to use website, and as importantly, be able to use the customer data from the website for email marketing, promotions and etc. What is your suggestion for me? Python? Django? HTML? Thanks
Rather than making money through subscriptions, YouTube channels are based on a traditional advertising system. Meaning the more viewers you get, the more you make. Once you’re approved for the YouTube Partner Program and can start including ads on your videos, with every 1,000 views, you will make approximately $2-$4. Which might not seem like a lot, but if you have 100 videos with 5,000 views a month each, that would be $1,000–$2,000 already. Just imagine if your videos start hitting millions of views!
CC only shows about one third of your work to customers, so it’s unlikely that they would steal your work just by looking at it. So, if you submit a 300 word article to CC, the customer sees only the first 100 words. I believe CC also places some sort of copyscape code on your work, so if it gets copied, the site is alerted. That being said, I’ve never had an issue with someone taking my work without paying for it first.
Reselling textbooks — This is a great way to bring in some money. When you’re done with a textbook, see how much it’s going for online. You can even compare that price to what the booksellers on and around campus are offering, and see which one gets you the best deal. (Buying used textbooks online is also a great way to keep more money in your pocket each semester!)
Do what you know. There are many programming languages out there on the market. When you do freelancing, you should remember that clients pay you to solve problems. You are not paid to learn new tools and languages. It is always good to expand your programming skills to learn other languages. However, you should only bid for the job that you are confident with.
While there are endless sites you could write for depending on your experience, one common option for freelancing is UpWork. While the actual amount you make will vary greatly depending on your experience, the site, and how frequently you freelance, you could make well over $1,000. And, lots of sites pay by hour as well, earning you an average of $15 to $20 per hour.

Find your niche partners, collaborators, and champions: As you’re creating your course, look for notable people who are also creating content in the space. Look att how their businesses operate and incorporate that into your own plan. You can also reach out to any influencers and make them affiliates for your own course. This way, they’ll be incentivized to share your content with their own audiences (which can be a major way to generate your first sales—it helps if you're using one of the best CRMs for small business—and start building your own community!)
While you may not need all of those things for all of the jobs listed above, it’s a good idea to have them ready to go. That way, you can take on whatever job you find online without having to worry about a delay. If you do not have a computer of your own, you might be able to use one at your local library when you want to work. You may also be able to get a free version of Microsoft Office from your college to use on your personal computer. Explore your options, and you could soon be making money from home.
This is one of the best way to earn money online. Lets say if you have good knowledge about website designing then you can help some people on web who wants a web designer to work on their project, work for them and you will be paid for your work. Not only web designing but any other skill will also work, as long as there are people who want you with that skill.
If you are fluent in one of these in-demand languages, then you can earn some money on the side by providing translation service when you have free time. You can find translation jobs by joining translation agencies or freelance sites. There are different types of translation jobs to choose from based on your skillset. Here are some websites or companies where you can find translation jobs:
If you have pop-ups and optins on every page, I would have to think that it would be a lot harder to convince someone to link to it. Especially since the pages where you have your optins (and probably receive the most traffic) are probably the same pages that you have your best content on as well that you’d be hoping to pitch in your outreach campaign.
This is one of the best article i have read on click bank, in this article you have not shown millions of dollars in any screenshot and warned your readers about the bad product and also suggested them -how to choose a good product for to promote but if a blogger does not know the type of traffic he/she is getting how could he/she promote a proper product? Waiting for your kind attention on this issue.

Don’t do everything. People often have wrong mindsets when it comes to freelancing. They think they can earn more money when they receive more work order. It is essential to stick with your competencies and prioritize only the work that will help to bring in more assignments. Do a good job, leave your clients happy, work with other freelancers and develop a network of people who will recommend you and send work your way.


So, you don’t even know the first thing about programming and you’re wondering how you can make money doing it? A person who has just graduated college with a computer science degree (a four year program) is considered a junior level developer by any employer. They generally will be given very clear instruction on well-defined, small tasks until they prove that they have the ability to do more.
So, you don’t even know the first thing about programming and you’re wondering how you can make money doing it? A person who has just graduated college with a computer science degree (a four year program) is considered a junior level developer by any employer. They generally will be given very clear instruction on well-defined, small tasks until they prove that they have the ability to do more.

If you’re in a college town, then there’s probably a thrift store that you can pick things up from on the cheap. Flipping these items on a site like Ebay or BriskSale can earn you some decent cash. One of my favorite tactics is to buy things from the people going home for summer break from out of state. These people often can’t take things home with them and just want to liquidate, so its a good opportunity to get stuff like TV’s or microwaves on the cheap (some of that stuff will be better sold on Craigslist or BriskSale local though).
If you are looking to make money online, you might feel overwhelmed right now, or even discouraged. After all, if you don't have any marketable skills or a college degree, you might be thinking that no one will hire you. However, this is not true. If you use the following guide, you can make money online in four different ways, none of which require you to have special skills, a degree, or more than $20 to get started. (FEAR NOT. None of them involve affiliate marketing.)

Tremendeous free teaching, that helps clear the smoke on what it takes to get an online business going. BUT, you concentrated on click bank and said nothing about getting my web site going and all the necessary details. I always thought the web site as a business sign telling people that xyz is open for business, check it out! Otherwise, people would walk and not even knowing that your biz is open. True?
I'm looking for content writers who can write articles of great quality. The minimum word count is 1000 words. The article has to be elaborate and should address a solution to the reader. Most of the articles are questions that readers want a solution to. We have a very stringent quality check. We tolerate neither plagiarism nor re-wording of articles from other websites. Google has evolve...
Joe Previte is self-taught and works as a full-time front-end developer. An avid traveler, he's visited 11 countries and has studied four foreign languages. In the summer of 2016, he rode his bicycle down the coast from Seattle to San Diego raising money for a nonprofit. In his spare time, he does freelance work, teaches basic coding skills at a local meetup, and leads an online meditation study group.
Like talking to people and helping walk them through problems? You can bring in extra income as a contract customer support superstar for companies all over the world. Due to the 24/7 nature of online businesses, companies are looking for people in different time zones to help deal with issues that their users are having. Better yet, if you have experience in service or retail you’ll be perfectly suited. Check out indeed or the other remote job boards I listed earlier to find opportunities.
One of the best ways students can earn money quickly is to take paid online surveys. There are plenty of legitimate survey companies or sites that will let you create an account with their sites. If you fit the demographic that a survey is targeting, you will most likely qualify to take that survey.  Some great survey sites that pay cash for taking service are listed here.
Now, it’s time to start creating and uploading content. Make sure you’re using a high-enough quality camera (most smartphones will work but I’d suggest at least having a tripod so your footage isn’t shaky), but don’t worry about being perfect at first. The beauty of YouTube is that you can continue to test out different content and styles as you find what works for you. Instead, stick to a regular schedule to build up your subscriber base.
So, I do sincerely hope more College students can be more courageous and resourceful to venture into new opportunities. For me personally, I don’t plan to get a College degree simply because I’m not going to work for other people. I’m running my own internet marketing business and creating my own future, instead of helping someone else to accomplish their dreams!
Clickbank products definitely still sell as long as they're shown to the right traffic. High refund rates for IM products? Definitely. You might wanna check out other affiliate platforms like warrior plus/JVZoo. Be sure to build a list to sell over and over again. Also try doing joint ventures if you're able to find suitable partners. Just look around.
He is the co-founder of Neil Patel Digital. The Wall Street Journal calls him a top influencer on the web, Forbes says he is one of the top 10 marketers, and Entrepreneur Magazine says he created one of the 100 most brilliant companies. Neil is a New York Times bestselling author and was recognized as a top 100 entrepreneur under the age of 30 by President Obama and a top 100 entrepreneur under the age of 35 by the United Nations.
1. Game should work like a PUGB 2. Two maps: one classic(like red dead redemption) and other fu...max. bot will play if map does not contain 100 players 8. Avatars: male and female 9. Gun, Extra life and clothes for purchasing with virtual coin 10. 30 seconds ads and can earn virtual coin or purchase 11. For old map: Horse riding and horse cart riding
Let’s do a little reality check here, I highly doubt you can buy traffic on Fiverr and have it convert on any ClickBank offer. Quality traffic is not acquired on Fiverr (that’s for sure). Focus on building a value adding funnel like described in the post rather than looking for a shortcut. You can’t just spend 5 bucks to make 40 in 5 minutes, I’d be a billionaire otherwise :).

As you start regularly putting out content, you’ll hopefully start to build a bit of an audience. But to start seeing real money from YouTube you need to market your videos elsewhere. Share your channel on Twitter and Facebook. Distribute videos anywhere else you can think of. Also, interact with comments and build a community around the videos you’re making so people will share it with their friends.


Just talking about Wealthy Affiliate in particular, they charge a monthly fee because you get help every day you are a member. Building a business is a continual process. Their fee is $49/month. You’ll also need a domain for $15/year. You have the option of paying for a keyword tool for $19/month. There are no other required fees or upsells. No expensive mentorships!
Still another way to make money from a blog is by preparing and selling your own e-book. Pick a subject you’re knowledgeable in, one that people are likely to pay to learn about, write your e-book, then market it on your site. If you sign up for PayPal — and you should if you want to work on the web — you can use their shopping cart to not only collect payments for your e-book, but also to download it once they’ve paid. Again, this is an easy, passive way to earn extra money from your blog.
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