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Highly Recommended FREE Marketing Tools

Here are some Popular and Helpful Marketing Tools That Are FREE For web development !

These tools can help you Succeed and grow your Business. If your funds are low (Or even if you’ve got a big budget to spend), you can start with this list.

These FREE tools and software programs help to get your business off the ground. Most of the tools listed below have a competitor somewhere online or Offline who is charging money for pretty much the exact same Software or service that you can use for FREE through the links below.

NOTE: One thing that is certain about the Internet is that it is Always changing… Occasionally, a free service will expire or a link will Be moved to another location.

7 Zip:   (free download)

An open source, free alternative to WinZip.

Adobe Reader:   (free download)

Used to view and print PDF files.

Audacity:   (free download)

An open source software used for recording & editing audio files.

AVG:   (free download)

Anti-virus and anti-spyware protection.

BrowserShots:   (free online tool)

Use this site to view how your website look in various browsers.

CamStudio:   (free download)

Lets you record all screen & audio activity on your computer and create video files.

CCleaner:   (free download)

Removes unused files from your pc allowing Windows to run faster and freeing up space.

Color Cop:   (free online tool)

A multi-purpose color picker - great for web designers and programmers.

Down For Everyone:   (free online tool)

Is your site down? Use this tool to see if your website is down for other people.

DupeFree:   (free download)

Quickly check for duplicate content & LSI keywords.

Evernote:   (free download)

Scan your notes, receipts, etc … it will OCR the content, sace it, and make it searchable)

FileZilla:   (free download)

Open source FTP program for uploading files to your host.

Firefox:   http//    (free download)

Alternate web browser.

GIMP:   (free download)

An open source program used to create & edit - free alternative to Photoshop.

Give Away Of The Day:   (free download)

Unique site that offers you a free license digital product daily.

Google Gmail &  Analytics:   (free download)

Kompozer:   (free download)

An easy to use WYSIWYG HTML editor.

Launchy:   (free download)

Opens your documents, project files, folders, and bookmarks with just a few keystrokes .

NicheBot Classic:   (free online tool)

Online keyword research tool helps you target the correct keywords.

Open Office:   (free download)

Open source office suite software - word processing, spreadsheets, databases, presentations ...

OSWD:   (free downloads)

Open Source Web Design offers free web design templates.

PDF995:   (free download)

Use this tool to easily convert files to PSD format.

PDF to Word Converter:   (free online tool)

Easily create editable Word Doc files from PDF content – for legit purposes only! :-)

Pixie:    (free download)

Great for web designers - just point to a color and it will tell you the code value for that color.

Private Label Rights Forum:   (free online tool)

Very helpful forum with lots of good info on internet marketing. Friendly members too.

Resell Rights Weekly: (free downloads)

Free membership where you can download over 150 PLR/RR products for free.

Roboform:   (free download)

Easily & safely manage your passwords.

ScreenHunter:   (free download)

Software that allows you to “capture” any part of your desktop, a window or full screen.

ShortKeys:   (free download)

Allows you to set up replacement text or paragraphs for any user defined keystrokes.

Skype:   (free download)

Make free calls over the internet to other people on Skype.

SpyBot:   (free download)

Effectively detects and removes spyware from your PC.

Textpad:   (free download)

A powerful text editor. I personally like Textpad for editing HTML code.

TimeLeft:   (free download)

A countdown, reminder, clock, alarm clock, stopwatch, timer,  & web countdown tool.

Tweet Deck:   (free download)

Great for staying in touch with your contacts across Twitter,   Facebook, MySpace and more.

VLC Media Player:   (free download)


The Best Advertising for Your Dollar: Newspaper, Radio or TV?  How To Tell Which is Best

All business owners are eventually confronted with a serious dillema -- how
to advertise, in which medium, and which is the best deal for each dollar

Do newspaper ads outpull radio spots -- or is the power of television the
only way to go?  The answer is different for each business, each situation,
each location and each product.

The following are the pros and cons of each medium.  Knowing these can help
you decide which medium is right for advertising your product.


The Good:

* It's fast.  An ad in a magazine may take three months to break.  A
newspaper ad can come out the next day.  If you need business fast, this is

* Newspapers  have wide array of editorial topic selcition to match what
you are advertising.  For example, if you are selling car parts, you cac
place your ad in the paper's automotive section, or have it placed next to
news stories about cars. Newspaper also have international news, local
news, etc., all of which help you focus your advertising effort.

* You get a lot of room, if you need it.  Remmeber, long copy always sells
better than short copy.  The broad area of a newspaper page is ideal for
long copy.

* Newspapers can insert your catalog, flyer or whatever preprinted
matreials you might have.

* You can use them to distribute reader response items, such as coupons,
contest entry forms, surveys, and other such things.

* Radio advertising is sometimes called "invisible ink."  That because it
is gone as soon as it is broadcast.  With a newspaper, you can give the
customer something to clip, or something they may see a second time if they
read the newspaper a second time.

* Nespaper can reach large numbers of people, depending on circulation.
Lage urban dailies, for example, may easily reach 1 or 2 million potential
buyers overnight.

* They are available nationally, regionally, or locally.

* Newspaper allow you to reach possible nonreaders who might be part of
your secondary target audience.

* Tend to be cheaper than other media, depending on a number of variables.

* Newspaper ads are easier to produce, and thus less costly.  A TV ad, for
example, may require special effects, actors, video footage, etc.

* Newspaper are good for repeat exposure, a vital element of effective
advretising.  Readers need to see something an average of six to eight
times before they "see" an ad or respond to it.

* Newspaper can reach people who othrewise have little access to other media.

* Many people buy newspaper not for the news, but to find out what's on
sale today, or what's happening today.  Movie ads are a prime example.

* They have better local market penetration than magazines.

* You have more options in terms of space and unusual ad configurations

* You can use dealer listings.

The Bad:

* Newspaper tend to charge relatively high-cost premiums for less than
full-run purchases.

* They are flat, and more than literally.  In other words, they don't beep,
squeek, blast and make noise and colorful moving images as do radio and TV

* Do not have the reach other media forms, such as national magazines.

* Are not conducive to last minute changes because of tight printing schedules.

* Newspapers do not produce as high a frequency level as other media forms.

* Large space ads are very expensive and their longevity is fleeting.

* Ads in newspaper tend to compete heavily with other ads on the page.
Clutter is not good for your ad, but in a newspaper, their is usually a lot
of clutter

* Use of color is crappy, and does not equal that of magazine color quality.

* Tend to deliver only an adult audience.  If you have products targeted at
teens or even college students, a newspaper probably won't reach these

* Newspaper are usually only viewed by one person at a time.


The good:

* Radio offers a wide array of formats which can reach listeners during a
specific state of mind, which can complement a specific advertising
message.  Many people listen to radio while driving to and from work, other
listen in the evening while relaxing next to a cozy fire.

* Delivers your message to everyone in the room or car at the same time.

* In fast.  Your ad could be heard the next day if production is available,
ad copy is written and studio time is available.

* Radio advertising is intrusive -- it butts in on your listening, and your
only opiton is to listen or chage the channel, (or shut it off!)

* Reaches a national, regional or local audience.

* Can be effectively targeted to consumer segments, such as teen-agers vs.
seniors, or men vs. women.

* Can be repated often, thus driving the message home.  Once again,
repeition is the heart of effective advertising.

* Radio ads can be heard 24 hours a day.

* Radio can reach people as they are on their way to the store.  Messages
delivered just prior to actual shopping are very powerful.

* Tends to be cheaper per announcement than either TV or print, and in fact, is probably the most cost efficient of all media.

* Uses "theater of the mind."  Radio uses voice and sound effects to conjur
up images in the listener's mind by engaging the human imagination.  This
can be more powerful than any pre-developed TV image or still photograph.

* Reaches people who do not like to read newspaper or magazine, or people
who do not view outdoor mediums, such as billboards, and those who do not
like TV.

The Bad:

* Most people have the radio on "for noise."  That is, they are usually
otherwise engaged with something while listening, and often are only

* Repetition is more important to overcome general lack of attention on
behalf of the listener, and thus, you have to spend more for more spots,
which can make up for the lower cost.

* Makes it difficult for the listener to take physical action as a result
of the advertising message.  For eample, most listeners do not have a pen
in hand when they hear an 800 number to call or an address to remember.

* You generally need more up-front money to buy up the large number of
spots you need to get the job done.

* Is not visual, and many people retain better what they can see than what
they hear.  Also does not move, another aspect of captugring vidual


The Good:

* Is usually in vivid exciting color, and color is a prime motivator of the
human mind.

* Uses all elements of sight, sound and movement at once to form a powerful
package that hits on all level of human senses (except touch and smell).

* Can deliver your message to all people in a room simultaneously.

* Is fast, but not as fast as newspaper or radio because it tends to
require more production.

* Like radio it is intrusive.  The customer does not have to seek out the
ad, like they must to find a movie listing or a rummage sale.  The ad comes
to the viewer.

* Available nationally, regionally, or locally.

* Television ads can be purchased to focus on concentrated geographical
areas, especially with the adventof cable.

* Has a wide variety of programming to match the nature or subject matter
of your ad.  Want to sell rock-n-roll CDs?  Buy ads during Beavis and
Butthead or Melrose Place.  Want to sell feminine hygiene products?  Buy
time suring soap operas.

* TV has more reach than any other medium in terms of all segments of
society. Just about evreyone watches TV, but not everyone reads newspapers
or magazines.

* Is good for repepetition of ads.

* TV can deliver your ad at any time of the day, 24 hours a day.

* You can get an exclusive, that is, your ad need not compete with a
clutter of other ads -- but you may have to pay dearly for it.

* Tends to be more cost efficient in terms of number of responses it
produces compared to dollars invested.

* Is probably best for reaching those people who tend not to use any other
form of media.

The Bad:

* Most often is very cluttered.  your commerical may be sandwhiched deep
within a string of other commericals, which have long since caused the
viewer to head to the refrigerator.  Also weakens long-term memory of your
product message.

* Is sometimes hard to get.  There are usually a limited number of TV spots
available, and you may not get the program you want.

* Is perhaps the most expensive.  There are a lot of production costs
related to TV advertising.

* May be less demographically selective as some other media forms, although
cable TV has helped in this category.

* Your audience can fluctuate widely.  If 10,000 people see your ad one
night, a mere 100 might see it the next if a high-interest program airs on
another channel.

* TV is cost-inefficient when you are after highly focused target markets.

* VCRs are helping TV ads get beyond the "invisible ink" proplem of
broadcast media.  A taped program may be viewed again and again -- on the
other hand, your commerical may be fast forwarded.


The Good:

* Magazines offer a wide variety of subject matter and editorial focuses to
reach readers when they have a state of mind you are looking for.  Thus,
you can tailor your message to a high degree of specificity.

* Magazines have glossy, polished paper that makes color photographs and
other graphic elements look like works of art.  You ad will look superb.
(That doesn't mean it will sell, however!)

* Can reach very specific target markets without having to waste time or
money on markets you do not care about.

* Like newspaper, you can have long copy. Full or even multiple page ages
let you make a pretty long and detailed pitch.  Do people really read all
that fine print?  Yes! If you have their attention and interest.

* You can insert your catalog, card, flyer or whatever into the magazine.

* Like newspapers, they allow you to include reader response materials,
such as coupons, entry or order forms, and more.

* They are not disappearing ink.  In fact, magazine are even better on this
count that newspapers because people are much more likley to re-read or go
over a magazine a second time.  Many people even collect magazines or go
through them for research in the library, giving your ad the chance to be
seen again and again.

* Can reach a huge audience, easily in the millions with the bigger zines.

* Magazines allow for a breathtaking array of creative options: pop-ups,
special inks, holograms, unusual space configurations, personalizing
elements for each reader of the publication, etc.

* They have national, regional and local reach.

* Magazine ads can reach specific demographic segments within the total
readership of the magazine. That's because most magazines have departments
and areas of specific topic or subject matter, helping you to target your

* Magazine ads can reach possible nonreaders who might be part of an
advertiser's secondary target audience.

* Because they are more highly focused and need less repetition, as in
radio, they can actually be more cost effective than any other media form.

* Frequency of exposure is high, as we said, because magazines are often
read more than once and by more than one person.  Also, they may read other
similar magazines you have targeted for your ads.

* May reach people that other media do not.  Many people prefer to read
magazines to newspapers, for example.

* Magazines can accommodate your listings.

The Bad:

* One of the biggest drawbacks is the long period before you buy the ad and
when it appears.  A magazine ad may take three to four months before it
appears.  If you need fast cash and customers, this is no help.  Also, a
reader may not get to his or her magazine right away upon receiving it.

* Tend to be expensive for one-time runs.

* Do not offer sound of movement, although some cutting edge ads, such as
pop-ups or those with micro-chip intsertions are breaching this drawback.
These are mega-expensive, however.

* Because they are more highly focused, they have less reach, which many do
not consider a drawback.

* You must submit your final copy and ad prep many months before deadline.
Some magazines have a fast close, and other will call up repeat advertisers
with last minute deals, often because they have space to fill or when
others back out at the last minute.

* Although once they start printing, you cannot backout.  Generally, once
you buy a magazine ad, you are locked in no matter what.  Refunds are rare.

* You do not get high frequency unless you buy an entire year's worth, but
then readers will see them about once a month for most magazines.

* You only get exposure to one person at a time, as opposed to a whole room
or call-full as in radio or TV.


The Good:

* You get superior quality color on high quality paper, allowing for
effective product presentation, if you are willing to pay top dollar.

* Great for insertions.  You know the way it is with all Sunday papers and
magazines -- lots of extras which many readers actually buy the publication
for in the first place.  Many people live to scan and clip coupons.

* You get ample opportunity for long copy.  Sunday magazines are among the
best place to make a long, detailed ptich.

* As we said, people love to clip coupons, and this is the place people
will most likley use any kind of special insertion, from coupons to
sweepstakes, contests or surveys.

* Have better chance of repeat exposure to your ad than newspapers or
magazines.  People tend to hang onto the Sunday paper longer and also give
it a better read because they are more relaxed and have more time on Sunday
to linger over the paper.

* Can reach large numbers of people in a short time.

* You can get very creative, as you can with magazines.  This means
pop-ups, specials inks, scratch-and-sniff -- even insertion of product

* Distribution of the advertisement to possible nonreaders who might be
part of an advertiser's secondary target audience.

* Because of high readership and better repetition factor, can be a good
deal for the your scarce advertising dollar.

* Production costs for your ad will be less than all other media, except
for newspaper.

* Can reach people who do not ordinarily read newspapers or pay attention
to other media.  Many consider the Sunday papre "special."

* You get immediate delicery to entire audience -- even millions of people
-- in just oen day.

* They can have national, regionaly, or local distribution, although
national is less likely with mst Sundays, except the real biggies, such as
the New York Times.

* Sunday publications have higher penetration and greater readership
locally than do competing publications or other media.

* You can use dealer listings.

The Bad:

* Ads do not force themselves on reader as in radio or TV.  In other words,
they are nonintrusive.

* No sound or movement in general.

* Usually require advertising materials well in advance of issue date.
Some even have longer lead time time than magazines.

* Relatively inflexible for accommodating last minute changes.  Most Sunday
ads are set in stone after you issue a check.  You won't get a refund.

* Frequency is lacking because they only come out on Sundays, and people
don't make connections from one Sunday to the next, in most cases.

* Are extremely expensive if you want national or regional coverage.

* Large space ads are very expensive and they are here today and gone
tomorrow most of the time.

* Again, they are relatively short-lived, and quickly end up lining a bird
cage or wrapping a fish.

* Are not good for delivering ad messages to young people: teens, young
adults and children.

* Most often only expose ad to one person at a time, unlike radio or TV,
which can deliver a message to a roomful of people all at once.

There you have it.  Based on what you have learned above, you should now be
in a better position to decide which medium is best for your business,
product or service.

Of course, the only perfect way to make a final decision is through test
marketing with each medium.  You can do that by starting out with small,
inexpensive adds in each medium.  Those that bring the best results deserve
to get your future business and a larger share of your advertising dollar.
Good Luck!

How To Make Money Buying And Selling Used Cars

Today, with the average consumer now spending up to $26,400+  for a new car,
consumers realize the importance on investing in lower priced used cars.
With millions of buyers entering the used vehicle market every year, a
wealth of opportunities exist for anyone looking for extra income, or a new
and lucrative full-time career.  They key to making a lot of money in this
business is to buy low, and sell at a huge profit.  This report will show
you how to get started down the road to riches as a used car dealers.

Operating your own used car business

The goal of many people is just to make a little extra income.  If you
consider $1,000 to $3,000 or more for a single sale in one month to be
"extra income" you could easily make that in your spare time without much

On the other hand, you may be one of those people who want to be their own
boss.  While it's true that the risks are often greater than if you just
worked for someone else, it's just as true that risks and rewards go hand
in hand.  If you're willing to take the plunge, the potential returns are
also greater.  If you have a bit of the adventuresome spirit and some
confidence in your own skills and abilities, operating your own used car
business may be the ideal way for you to make big, big money!

Advantages of owning your own business

The opportunity to express your own ideas and do things exactly as you want
are among the primary advantages of operating your own business.  The
challenge and excitement of running your own operation also ranks high on
the list.  Another big advantage is that you will receive all the profits
generated by your time and efforts.  The potential exists to develop a
part-time business into a full-time career that produces an income you
never thought possible.

Skills and abilities needed

The same type of personal skills that are necessary to successfully work
for someone else are also required to be successful in working for
yourself.  Personal skills involve being conscientious, dedicated,
determined and persistent.  Good human relation skills are also important.

There is also another type of skill that is necessary:  It involves the
ability to manage and organize your activities and possibly those of others
if you hire salespeople to work for you.  This skill should be taken very
seriously because it organizational ability that can make the difference
between huge success and total failure.

Finally, you will need technical skills.  These are the skills that include
the knowledge to perform activities involved in the used car business.  It
is this combination of technical, personal and management skills that will
make your operation successful.

Getting your used car business established

Whether you are operating your business on a part-time or full-time basis,
people will expect you to provide the type of service any consumer expects.
They will also associate the type of service they can expect with the
image you create for your business.  This image will be the impression you
make on others.

For example:  Will people perceive you as handling high-medium, or
low-priced vehicles?  Will your used cars appeal mostly to the rich, the
poor, or the middle class?  Do you sell something for everyone or do you
specialize? (Just pick-ups, just vans, etc.)

Any positive image is fine as long as you are consistent in everything yu
do within the scope of that image.  The image you create will largely set
the tone for all your business activities, including selection of a
business location, types of vehicles handled, prices charged, etc.

Selecting a location

If you are going to buy one or two cars at a time for resale on a part-time
basis, then working right from your home shouldn't pose a problem for you.
However, if you intend to eventually have a large, full-time business
operation, the most important ingredient in your success or failure could
be your location.  What constitutes a good location varies with the type of
business.  But in the used car business it means being highly visible in a
high traffic area, and being situated so that driving customers can get to
you.  In many cases, the location yo consider ideal may not be available,
or if it is, the cost may not be practical.  In that event, you will simply
have to select the next best location you can find and that is affordable.
Then you will have to male a strong advertising and promotion work to make
customers aware of who you are, and what you are selling, and where they
can find you.

Whether you select a location at your home or in a business district, you
must make certain you are operating within city and county zoning
ordinances.  Zoning ordinances are regulations specifying what each parcel
of land within a community can be used for.  In the location you decide on
is not zoned for the type of business you want to start, you can appeal to
the zoning commission to obtain a "zoning variance."  If approved, you
will be allowed to use the property for your business.

How to locate used car supplies

To get started in the "Buy low, Sell for Huge Profits" used car business,
you will have to locate suppliers.  In some cases you will be able to buy
directly from individual car owners.  At other times, you will go to
independent auction houses or attend U.S. Government Auction Sales where
you can often purchase vehicles for pennies on the dollar.

An independent auction offers vehicles of owners who want auctioneers to sell
by getting buyers who are at the auction house to bid against one another.  Generally, there is a minimum bid set.  The person who offers
the highest bid over the minimum set has the winning bid.  The seller,
however, also has the right to sell the vehicle below the minimum bid if he
chooses.  Incredible bargains can be found at independent auction houses.

Independent auction house sales take place in different countries, many on a
weekly schedule.  For additional information on auction house locations
refer to your telephone directory under "Auctions" or "Car Auctions,"

 Government Auctions

A wide variety of personal property either no longer needed, or seized by
the Federal Government is periodically placed on public sale.

The Department of Defense and the General Services Administration are the
principle government sales outlets for surplus property.  As items become
available for public sale. catalogs and other types of announcements are
distributed to people who have expressed an interest in bidding on the
types of property being offered.

Sales generally are on a competitive bid basis, with the property being sold
to the highest bidder.  Among the many thousands of items sold are
automobiles and other vehicles of every imaginable make and model.  In
fact, tens of thousands of vehicles are sold by the government at public
auctions throughout the country every year.

How can there be so many vehicles for sale?  Because the government is so
huge that it's difficult to even comprehend just how much property is
amassed for resale.  In fact, the government seizes, confiscates and
forecloses on property that results in many millions of pieces of property
every year, and that number continues to grow.

Incredibly, the government isn't a private business that is interested in
making a profit on the items it sells.  The government is mostly interested
in eliminating enormous stockpiles of seized and surplus vehicles and other
properties.  As a result, many thousands of vehicles are offered to the
public through government auctions at a fraction of their actual value.
This is where you can buy just about any model of vehicle you want at
super-huge savings and make gigantic resale profits.

How to Get on the Government's Vehicle Auction Mailing List

Both the Government Services Administration (GSA) and the Department of
Defense maintain mailing lists on persons interested in seized and surplus
property sales.  People on these lists are sent catalogs and other sales
announcements in advance of sales and give the opportunity to inspect the
vehicles and submit bids.

Each GSA regional office maintains a mailing list for sales of property
located in the geographical area it serves. 

How to Determine the Value of Used Vehicles

Whether you attend and auction or purchase a vehicle outright from a seller,
you must know what it is worth. 

Securing Licenses and Permits

City, county, state and/or federal licenses or permits are often required
before entering a particular business or service operation.  Often these
are issued solely as a fund-raising measure, and therefore, are easy to
obtain by submitting a fee.

On the other hand, licensing is also used as a method of regulating the
competency of those entering a particular field and to protect the public
from shady operators.  In some cases an exam is administered, and moral and
financial requirements may need to be met as well.

In the used-car business, most states require that you obtain a dealer's
license if you are buying and selling vehicles for the purpose of making a
profit.  However, you are not required to apply for a license if you only
make an isolated or occasional sale.  You are not considered to be in the
business of selling motor vehicles in that event.  "Isolated or occasional
sales" in many states means the sale, purchase, or lease of not more than
five motor vehicles in a 12-month period.

Once you began to sell more vehicles for profit that is allowed by your
state law on an annual basis, you should apply for a Dealer's License by
contacting your state department of public safety of department of motor

Check with your attorney or other city officials to determine what licenses
and permits are needed.  Simply start up a business without having the
proper authorizations can result in severe penalties, and you could be
forced to discontinue operations.

Many states and some cities and counties require that sales taxes be
collected.  The state sales tax permit is available from the State
Department of Revenue.  City and county permits are available from the tax
department in those jurisdictions.

Even though a certain amount of "red-tape" must be tolerated to obtain some
licenses and permits, this is usually a one-time occurrence. Then, it's
just a matter of submitting an annual renewal fee.

10 Simple Ways To Make Money With A FREE Blog

Blogging has become very popular lately. People use them as journals, diaries, and/or sales pages...

There are 2 kinds of blogs. One kind is hosted on your own server/hosting account and is created by installing a script and then customizing the template and then adding your own content.

The 2nd type of blog is hosted by a service and all you have to do is sign up for a free account and start adding content.

If you have a budget that is very small or zero, and you are looking for a way to start making money on the internet, blogging is a great way to get started

. You can make money with a free blog by adding Google Adsense, and promoting affiliate products.

Tips and recommendations for successful of any Blogging

The following are 10 online safest techniques, suggestions and tips for Blogging

1. First think of your goals and your resources.

2. Go to and open an account. It's free...

3. Once your account is open, create a new blog using your chosen key phrase as you Blogger
sub-domain. Select a template to use.

4. Set the Blog title to be exactly the same as your key phrase.

Create a description that contains your key phrase in it at least once.

5. Find affiliate programs for high-quality products in your niche. Create affiliate links for these products and insert them into your sidebar on the template where it says "Links".

6. Insert links to other blogs, related news, etc. at the bottom of each post using your key phrase somewhere in the anchor text of the link.

7. Submit your blog to as many of these blog and rss feed directories as possible.Use your key phrase in the title and at least once in the Description if you are able to enter one.

8. Go to and set up an account if you don't already have one. Add your RSS feed to your "My Yahoo" account as a news feed you want to monitor.

9. You will need to add RSS Beta to your My Yahoo content if you don't have it. For more info on how to do that, go here: and add it.

You will now add your blog into the RSS feed in my yahoo.

To do that, click on edit in the RSS feed section. Enter the url of your blog.

10. Go to, create an account, and do the same. To do that, enter your blog URL with "atom.xml" appended to the end of it where it says "Search for content to add".

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You can find free content for your blogs at article sites.

 You must follow the rules outlined in the article site.

 This usually means keeping the author's contact information and links in place.

 Post another piece of private label content every two days.

 Search forums with related content - quote and link to pertinent information about your niche.

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