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More Interesting Web Products Out There...

- Mockatoo
The idea is simple... you make a list of collection that people can see, but you don't actually put the files online. Why is this important? I guess so that people know who to ask for the file if they want it, without you violating the copy right thing.. (after all, sharing between friends are permitted ^_^)

- Joe's Goal
There are habits that we can do without, and there are habits that are very good to have. Joe's Goal lets you write down all these habits and give them points accordingly (+, 0, -). Every time you do any of the habits, put down a smiley face (or a frown face). You will be able to track how many of those you have successfully adopt (or discard).

- Copywriting Tips for Online Marketing Success
If you are a blogger, chances are one of these days you want to write about more than about "my life". This site provides tips about blogging, and business people might find it very useful. The links to some interesting topics follow.

- 5 Common Grammatical Errors that Makes You Look Dumb
The author gets it right. These mistakes not only make you look dumb, but also annoy the heck out of your readers.

- Marketing Blogging Tips by David Ogilvy
The title says it all, really.

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