Too many posts to handle? If you missed out on a great post from last month, here’s a quick digest of the top posts that you may want to check out:
  • Auto Submit RSS
    Posted on Monday, February 9th, 2009 in ChatWith - Comments: (3)
    While surfing the Warrior forums today I came across a thread discussing auto submit RSS software, one of the warriors asked the question…”Hello Folks,Can anyone recommend me a good RSS Feed submission software? I have Bookmarking Demon for Social Bookmarking and I am looking for an equivalent at the RSS end.”My reply”I do not understand why people get sucked into buying this type of software.
  • February Resell Rights Latest
    Posted on Thursday, February 12th, 2009 in Downloads - Comments: (0)
    Quick mini post to bring you up to date with a small fraction of the latest Resell Rights Products available NOW. Now available through Resell Rights Wholesaler “Video Clip MiniSite Builder”One of the easiest ways to create online success is to catch the leading edge of hot trends. Online Video websites are THE hottest growing trend, and will only get more popular.
  • iGoogle Works At Home
    Posted on Friday, February 13th, 2009 in Tools - Comments: (0)
    Have you ever used iGoogle for any of your online tasks? Well for those of you that haven’t you’re in for a pleasant surprise. There is a multitude of social and multi task applications on the web, in fact it can be a bit overwhelming at times. If you’re working from home then you need all the help that you can get, so it comes as no surprise to find big players like Google, Yahoo and MSN tapping in to this ever expanding market.
  • Legitimate Work At Home Options are out There!
    Posted on Tuesday, February 10th, 2009 in Research - Comments: (4)
    If you are looking for legitimate work at home opportunities then here’s some links with well known and respected online companies. The content for each of the work at home opportunities is taken from the perspective websites, in other words their sales pitch. It’s up to you to decide if it’s for you. One of the main messages that come out of these opportunities is flexibility, meaning you pretty much set your working day to suit your own lifestyle.
  • Top SEO Tools
    Posted on Wednesday, February 11th, 2009 in SEO - Comments: (4)
    Yes I know that old chestnut SEO, this post is partly due to a response that I received from Michael Martin from the post “Don’t Grab WordPress SEO Secrets”  So I decided to make a list of Top SEO tools and resources for my readers and give the list its own page. The list is extensive and includes browser extensions, add-ons as well as links to well known SEO resources.
  • Twitter Success is just around the corner!
    Posted on Thursday, February 12th, 2009 in Tools - Comments: (8)
    I thought I would share some twitter resources that can help you to automate the most common actions like messaging and RSS. Now let it be known that I am still fairly new to twitter and I still have a long way to go to reach the heady heights of the top twitters that have tens of thousands of followers. I consider twitter to be an important element when it comes to networking and is an invaluable tool to use for your work at home venture.
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For those that are not aware what Technorati stands for then here's a quick crash course; Technorati is first of all for bloggers, but that doesn't mean you have to own a blog to reap the benefits that Technorati offers. It's a blog search engine and content aggregator which also includes social networking and ranking elements. Most bloggers usually sign up to show off their Technorati badge on their blog which can be in a widget form or authority count badge. I guess what every blogger wants' to achieve is a top 100 listing for Technorati blogs which in turn brings many benefits, the main one being traffic. Continue reading
I must admit I do have reservations about changing over especially since I already have an excellent commenting structure already setup. But because I use the social networks quite a lot in my business I thought it prudent to bring these networks onto Web-Work At Home. The networks that integrate with Disqus are FaceBook, FriendFeed, Twitter, Delicious all of which I use, also included are Flickr, Linkedin and Tumblr which I don't use at the moment. Continue reading | 2 Comments

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