January 22, 2018

48 Hour Cash Club Review

UPDATED:  48 Cash Club goes live at 12pm.

On October 19th, recent entrepreneur Vick S is set to reveal his "underground secrets" on how he was able to make a load of quick cash in as soon as 48 hours.

Many internet professionals are hailing this launch as “The Most Respected Money-Making Club On the Internet”.  This course will be a comprehensive source for someone starting out to make money online. 

Vick says “Tons of unsolicited testimonials came. I was very please that actual people, who are mostly newbies to internet marketing, are telling me how they are making money easily and absolutely love it.”

According to Vick S, the intial videos will focus on teaching his training club members to make money as fast as possible. As the club’s name implies, one can learn the techniques he used in order to earn at least $10,000 a month in sales.

Vick refers to his club as a “Business in a Box.” As the author explains is a "‘ready to go system that any club member can begin to use and start building a list and make money right away – literally in 10 minutes." 

Other modules included touch on topics critical to employing a turn-key system for earning massive profits in just two days.

The author also spells out, in detail, the steps someone has to complete in order to acquire free traffic with high conversion rates,  master article directory marketing secrets, other non-Adwords PPC and JV strategies, plus a whole lot more.

The 48 Hour Cash Club is scheduled to be made open to the public on the 19th of October, but will certainly sell out due to the demand for this product.

Easy Video Player 2.0 Review

On October 19th, Josh Bartlett is releasing the update to his 2010 software "Easy Video Player 2.0"

If you've ever had the chance to work with video, you know the hassle it can be to setup video for your website.  The following review should help you make your decision.

Super Internet marketers like Mike Filsaime, Adam Horwitz and many other marketers have used Easy Video Player for their launch videos. The original version is tried and tested.

What the Easy Video Player software program does is allows you to embed paypal buttons and html instantly into your videos and will allows you to host your videos using the Amazon S3 protocol which allows quick and easy video creation. The original Easy Video Player took the video marketing world by storm but the Easy Video Player 2.0 goes one step more by fully integrating social networking sites including adding customizable elements, buy now buttons and a host of other new features.

>> Click here to discover more about Easy Video Player 2.0…

Here is a summary of the new features of Easy Video Player 2.0:

- It is now capable of multi-file uploading which saves on time.

- Allow you to split test videos. Up to two videos can be uploaded and it will allow you to split test them.

- Affiliate of your products can rebrand your links and use the video which will include their links. 

- Social Sharing allows you to track it and see where it is shared on a wide variety of different social sites including Facebook, Digg, Twitter and more.

- Full Iphone and Ipad support so your videos will play on these devices.

- Customized, clickable overlays which run during the videos.

- New and improved analytics.  Incorporates referrals, likes, time of clicks and more. 

- All video pages can include comments and sharing so that the page can be commented or shared.

- The 2.0 version includes a brand new, more intuitive interface.

Video marking is very powerful and Easy Video Player 2.0 is the ultimate video marketing tool available online. If you’ve wanted to do video marketing for your business but thought you couldn’t do it, I hope you this Easy Video Player 2.0 review has help you to decide that you can.

Easy Video Player 2.0 makes it easy to get subscribers and turns your video campaigns into effective money making machines with a higher conversion rate. If you’re not doing video marketing now you should start immediately you’ll be amazed at the results.  And with this amazing software, its is easier than ever to go video marketing.

Bottom line, this software can radically change the way you view video marketing and online marketing. 

>> Click here to discover more about Easy Video Player 2.0…

A Play Date with Katy Perry

Katy PerryKaty Perry's songs have sold more than 32 million downloads. Her success is built on playful flirtation which she calls "the art of the tease". Perry is unstoppable with a runaway summer hit of California Girls, and Teenage Dream which went straight to Number One. She was then asked to make an appearance on the Late Show with David Letterman.

She was greeted at the studio by hundreds of fans and paparazzi. Perry has become the most talked-about and photographed pop star on the planet.

Her recent duet with Elmo was bumped from Sesame Street when fans object to her excessive cleavage.

Asked if she was nervous, "No" she replies. "It's Cool". Asked if she likes to create waves sometimes. "Of course, I do. I'm from California."

Perry started singing at nine as a gospel singer. Her church bought her first guitar for her 13th birthday. Her parents, are born-again evangelical pastors. She was signed to a Nashville gospel lave and released her first album in 2001 under the name "Katy Hudson". She was signed and dropped by 2 labels.

Capitol picked her up, changed her name to Katy Perry and released "I Kissed a Girl" in 2008 which spent 7 weeks at Number One. She insists there's more to being a pop star than a change of dress or hair. It has to spawn from talent.

Just like meeting British comedian and actor Russell Brand who is now Perry's fiancee. They've become the the hot couple of the tabloids. Perry likes to create fireworks. Katy's career shows no sign of losing it's spark.

Used Car Market

Used TruckUsed car dealership chain CarMax Inc.'s profit rose 5% in its second quarter as the shaky economy continues to push consumers towards used cars and trucks. CarMax operates more than 100  stores and its overall revenue climed 13% while store revenues rose 4% as last year's sales and were boosted by the government's Cash for Clunkers rebate program.

It's net income rose to $107.9 million  in three months compared to $103million a year ago. Its revenue rose to $2.34 billion from $2.08 billion a year ago as the industry recovers form the worst US auto sales in decades.

These results beat Wall Street estimates. Analysts expected earning of 40cents per share on revenue of $2.27 billion.

CEO Tom Folliard says that CarMax dealerships have about the same amount of customer traffic as last year despite Cash for Clunkers, but the sales force was able to convince more people to buy.

"We are pleased with the strength of our store used unit sales despite our toughest comparison, we still deliver positive comps" Folliard remarked.

The improvement came because it obtained more of its vehicles directly from consumers the company said. There is also a more efficient reconditioning operations and wholesale used car prices were above last year's numbers. Whether sales and higher prices are sustainable remains uncertain. So much depends on the economy and unemployment.

CarMax's financing arm reported an income of $52.6million compared with $72.1 million a year ago but saw favorable adjustments in the value of bonds the company holds. Expenses rose 3% to $225.2 million through increased sales commissions and advertising as well as costs related to selling more cars.

CarMax focuses on lowering expenses, improving traffic, and lowering the costs for reconditioning vehicles.

Globetrotting Close to Home

MuseumFamiliarity and exposure to the art, ideas and values of the rest of the world makes us full citizens. This season, "The World of Khubilai Khan: Chinese Art in the Yuan Dynasty" opens at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The show documents a time when china was subjugated to foreign rule.

During the Yuan dynasty (1279-1368) impulses flowed in from all over Central and western Asia creating a hybrid art. The most radically altered was ink-an-brush painting as Chinese artists turned from description to expressionism, from nature to personal being illustrated in the show "The Yuan Revolution: Art and dynastic Change."

Another Chinese show this season is "The emperor's Private Paradise: Treasure from the Forbidden city" debuting at the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem Mass. on Sept. 14. The material is overwhelming. The ruler Qianlong stayed on the throne for 60 years and collected art like mad to fill 2 dozen buildings of the palace complex. The 90 objects coming to Salem include: Buddhist paintings, lacquer screens, jade carving, trompe-l'oeil murals, all on loan from Beijing.

Opening Dec.12th is another exhibit "India's Fabled City: The Art of Courtly Lucknow" at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art depicting the muslim rulers in Northern India, the Nawabs of Lucknow.

For something different there's "Vishu: Hinduism's Blue-skinned Savior" at the First Center for the Visual Arts in Nashville on Feb. 25 heading to Brooklyn Museum in June. This show will catalog the manifold forms the deity assumed in art – Krishna being the most beloved figures in the Hindu world.

At the Los Angeles County Museum of Art opening Oct. 2 will be the significant "Olmec Art of Ancient Mexico". Also reopening is the Museum for African Art 15 110th Street and Fifth Avenue. "Dynasty and Divinity: Ife Art of Ancient Nigeria" lands at the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston on Sept. 19th. It has a fabulous array of bronze, terra cotta portrait heads dating back to the 12th century A.D. on loan from Nigerian museums as well as recent works from Mr. Anatsui in particular his fabric like sculptures made from crushed bottle caps.

"Impressions from South Africa: Printed Art 1960's to Now" will be due in March at the Museum of Modern Art while "Darkroom: Photography and New Media in south Africa Since 1950" will be showing at the Virginia Museum of fine Arts in Richmond till Oct. 24.

Something called the "Global Africa Project" kicks off at the Museum of Art and design on Nov.17. African-American artist Radcliffe Bailey will pair off his own work with African objects at the High Museum in Atlanta. In February "Central Nigeria Unmasked: Arts of the Benue River Valley" opens at the Fowler Museum at the University of California Los Angeles.

This will be a symposium like no other mixing history, anthropology, religion, ethic and politics into African sculpture, painting, performance, installation, sound art and conceptualism. African art, ephemeral in nature is beyond history and time, always looking fresh and new.

Desert Road Trips

Desert RoadJohn Coleman Darnell and his wife, Deborah have driving on desolate caravan tracks west of the Nile for over the last two decades. They find pottery and ruins where travelers camped in the time of the pharoahs. They have come across some of the earliest documentation of Egyptian history and discovered inscriptions considered to be one of the finest examples of alphabetic writing.

A project co-directed by the Darnells and Yale University called the Theban Desert Road survey, calls attention to the significance of caravan routes and oasis settlement in Egyptian antiquity. Two weeks ago, they announced a spectacular find: extensive remains of a settlement-an administrative, economic and military center- that flourished 3,500 years ago in the desert 110 miles west of Luxor and 300 miles south of Cairo.

The discovery could rewrite history in Egypt's past. In 2005, on the 218acre site at Kharga Oasis, the Darnells and their team began collecting evidence of remains of mud brick walls, grindstones, baking ovens and heaps of fire ash and broken bread molds. In addition, the team found traces of administrative building, grain silos, storerooms and artisan workshops. There were probably a few thousand inhabitants here from 1650BC to 1550BC nearly a thousand years after the construction of the Great Pyramid at Giza.

The new research explains the rise and importance of Thebes where rulers, most likely Mentuhotep 11, commanded the desert oasis now known as Umm Mawagir.

Bad Boy Dinosaur Discovered

DinosaurRomanian and American researchers have discovered a new type of dinosaur similar to the frightening Velociraptor – with two sharp claws on each foot instead of one. The find is called "Balaur Bondoc" which means "stocky dragon". The discovery was made by geologist Matyas Vremir of the Transylvanian Museum Society. This might be one of the largest predators in the ecosystem. While it is extremely unusual it is closely related to animals like the Velociraptor and the feathered dinosaurs in China.

The fossils show an animal 6-7feet long, stockier than Velociraptors but with numerous similarities. It is expected they were carnivorous.

Curator of dinosauria at Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History in Washington, Matthew T. Carrano, says the discovery reminds us not to expect that we've found everything there is to find.

Researchers have also uncovered fossils of tiny duckbilled dinosaurs and dwarf plant-eating dinosaurs that were the size of cows in the same region.

The new Balaur fossil's skeleton includes leg, hip, backbone, arms, hand, rib and tail bones. It had a big toes with a hyperextended large claw used to slash prey as well as a large claw on the second toe. The hand is atrophied , some bones fused, making grasping difficult. With short stocky feet and legs, bones fused together and a pelvis with enormous muscle attachment areas this indicates it was adapted for strength rather than speed.

Graduate student at Columbia University says Balaur was more of a kickboxer than a sprinter taking down larger animals than itself as carnivores do today.


Greener Champagne Bottle

Champagne"We're remaking the future of champagne" says Thierry Gasco, master vintner for Pommery a deep lush landscape of ripening grapes in REIMS France. In order to reduce the 200,000 metric tons of carbon dioxide it emits every year this industry has embarked on a design slimming the shoulders of the Champagne bottles making it lighter despite it's symbolic image and tradition by Dom Perignon, a Benedictine monk who first thickened the glass in the mid-1600's.

The current retooling uses 65 fewer grams (2.3 ounces) of glass will cut down it's carbon footprint 25 % by 2020 and 75% by 2050. Vineyards worldwide are making efforts to improve ecology, reduce packaging, pesticides, water use and transportation.

The new wave of bottles will hit stores after 3 years of fermentation and will trim carbon emissions by 8,000 metric tons annually – the equivalent of taking 4,000 small cars off the road. Consumers around the world may have already uncorked some specimens without noticing the new bottle.

For Champagne producers to reduce the weight of their packaging is definitely a step in the right direction.

Bedtime Stories from Marines to Children Back Home

BookSgt. Chase Sheda loves reading children's books into a small video camera at headquarters, Forward Operating Base Delhi to his children Chase (4) and Jayden (3). Sheda lives in Temecula California and has been in the Marines for 9 years.

The video was burned onto a DVD by RP2FMF Andrew Lovick and then put in the  mail for Sheda's wife Bobbi. It's a big hit for all children who have benefited from the program called "United Through Reading" which began in 1989.

The program claims to have helped 412,000 people and is beneficial for those who are separated from their children for any length of time  such as- military by deployment; parents by incarceration or drug treatment programs; and grandparents living away.

Home can be a long way during a deployment with communications relying on satellite phone calls and internet for 30 minute periods when it is available. It can be agonizing during lock down when there is a casualty or a major operation is about to start. Families have to worry or shove it out of their minds with varying degrees of success.

Egg Recall Expands: How To Tell Good from Bad

EggsHealth officials on Wednesday dramatically expanded a recall to 380 million eggs. The eggs in question came from the Wright County egg distributor in Iowa and have been distributed nationwide since May. The recall affects the following brands: Lucerne, Albertson, Mountain Airy, Ralph's, Boomsma's, Sunshine, Hillandale, Trafficanda, Farm Fresh, shoreland, Lund, Dutch Farms and Kemps.

Key information for consumers is the plant number displayed at the side of the carton. Avoid: 1026, 1413 and 1946 preceded by the letter P and with dates ranging from 136 to 225.

The symptoms of salmonella range from fever to abdominal cramps to diarrhea and are present within 12-72 hours after exposure. Minnesota has tied at least 7 salmonella illnesses to the eggs; California- 226 since June; Colorado- 28 cases in June/July; and clusters of suspicious cases have been reported in Arizona, Nevada, Illinois, Texas and Wisconsin.

A lot of salmonella cases are under reported and most go away on their own. If symptoms persist it's best to see a doctor.