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     Pingoat
Publisher: VSD
Author(s): Ronald Cohn Jesse Russell

High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Pingoat is a web service developed by Kailash Nadh, that pings a number of blog ping servers like Technorati, using XML RPC. Currently, pingoat pings around sixty such services. This book was created using print-on-demand technology.

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     RSS Secrets For Internet Marketing: Feed Creation, Marketing and Backlinking Mastery
Publisher: CreateSpace
Author(s): Gregory A White

From learning the basics through RSS in research and information processing, creating feeds, promoting feeds, syndicating and publishing, creating autoblogs, creating instant products and content, "RSS Secrets For Internet Marketing" covers a lot of ground. "RSS Secrets For Internet Marketing" covers creating feeds from search engine results, with software, from any web page or from a list of urls. You can also mix RSS feeds and make mashups. You'll create a feed through keyword searches for news, videos, photos/images, blogs, articles, social sites and podcasts. "RSS Secrets For Internet Marketing" also shows you how you can generate income from RSS feeds and how to find feeds that pay commissions. You'll be able to promote your feeds through your own or external channels; promote them through submissions to search engines & directories; promote them with chicklets, 'pinging' them, or syndicating them through articles, press releases or blog postings. Get guided through the maze of RSS aggregators and putting RSS on your website with php or javascript. Over all "RSS Secrets For Internet Marketing" is a useful RSS education in one small package.

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     Make Money Editing From Home
Publisher: CreateSpace
Author(s): Michael LaRocca

Can you earn a six-digit income doing this? No. If that's what you want, go away. I became a part-time freelance editor in early 2000. I became a full-time freelance editor in 2006. I define "full time" as 20 hours per week. This is my sole source of income. When I see an ad which claims that you can earn a six-digit income editing on the beach in your pajamas and fuzzy slippers, it isn't just common sense telling me that's a scam. It's experience. In this book, I describe what's worked for me, in all the detail I can, so you can do the same.

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