How to Make Money from Private Label Rights Products – Review

Title is an excellent resource for any small business owner who wants to drive more traffic to his/her website through the use of great content.  This e-book is certainly worth reading if you want to learn how you can use Private Label Rights (PLR) to get more website traffic and increase your profits no matter what business you are in.

If you are new to the idea of PLR, this guide can help you to understand how to fully utilize PLR to increase your revenue streams and add to the prestige of your company.

In this guide, you will learn what Private Label Rights content is, and how it differs from Master Reseller Rights content. It outlines how to find and choose high quality Private Label Rights content, and the best ways to use PLR to grow your site quickly and position yourself as an expert in your industry or niche.

If you really want to start up your own online business, but don’t think your writing skills are that great, or just don’t have the time to build a website completely from scratch, PLR can certainly help. You can use it as research, the foundation for more detailed information that you can add, and much more. Turn it into lists, templates, Frequently Asked Questions (and Answers) and more.

If you already have a website, but it is not performing as well as you had hoped, this guide will also show you how PLR can give your business a real boost without spending a lot of money and effort. The main lesson takeaway lesson of this guide is to be sure that you do not just slap up PLR on your site without editing it in some way, otherwise you will be penalized by Google for having duplicate content on your site.

In addition, a lot of people who do not understand what PLR is and might think that you have plagiarized (that is, stolen) the content from another site, when in fact you have paid to license the content in a similar manner to people buying a license to use a photo online.

If you need fresh up to date content, you can outsource it to freelance writers, but they will usually charge a lot more than the cost of a PLR license. And as this guide says, to be honest, how do you know they have not already sold similar content to other websites, in which case you might still get zapped with the duplicate content penalty.

This guide teaches you how to use PLR for maximum effectiveness and get the most bang for your buck. So if the pressure to keep publishing fresh content at your site or blog is starting to seem overwhelming, get this guide and learn the ins and outs of using PLR.

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Using Apartment Search Websites, Part 2

At most times of the year there will be a fair number of listings to sort through, especially in a large city, so you will need to be organized and look through the listings carefully.

Make sure that you have an idea of where you wish to live, the price limit that you are willing to pay and how many rooms and bedrooms you need. Then your search will be easier and faster, without wasting any time on places that are not suitable for you.

Have an idea of what part of town you want to live in, especially if you are relocating, Where will your new apartment be in relation to your new job? What are the schools like? Are you going to college and want to live close to it, but it has more than one campus?

What is public transportation like? Even if you can’t get too close to where you will be working and studying, is your new place on the main bus or train routes that can take you door to door without too much hassle?

If you are relocating for a job, don’t be shy about asking for help. The human resource person who hires you is going to be either a local person who will be in the know about the area, or someone who has just moved there herself and can share all she has learned. In many cases she will know a good realtor or broker, or someone who has recently moved and who can help give you the inside scoop.

She might know of someone who rents, or might even be moving herself and can tell you all about the neighbors and the area. In some cases, she might know of people who are looking to rent a room or apartment, so you can have a place to move into right away, and then look more extensively once you get there.

Use more than one website or broker in order to find a range of apartments. Especially with this economy and the house foreclosure crisis, there is a lot more competition to rent since people are not buying or have in fact lost their house, and need to rent.

When you find a listing you like, print it out, and act quickly. Make sure you take notes on each page about the places you see, and ask about how much of a deposit will be required. It will usually be 1 month, but it might be more, so ask first and be clear about any other terms of the rental. Be sure to make notes and get everything in writing.

Once you have made arrangements to visit, be on time, and professional. If they are not, well, buyer or in this case renter beware.

Also be careful of apartments where they admit it needs repairs. Get the items in writing and an agreement that they will be fixed before you move in. Ditto painting the place. You will want everything to be ready when you move in, especially if you have a lot of personal possessions you need to move in.

If the apartment is furnished, this can help you save some money in the short term because you will not have to buy a lot of household items. On the other hand, Ikea and other stores are so cheap these days that you might be better off buying your own.

As for sublets, they can only charge a certain amount extra for the furnishings, usually 10%, so be sure to ask to see the rent bill and then get everything in writing.

We will discuss apartment hunting using apartment search websites in more detail in the next section of this article.


Using the Google Reader 3

Continued from Part 2.

Google reader is handy for an number of other reasons, not just for reading RSS feeds from your favorite blogs.


Google Reader, being an intuitive Google product, will also make recommendations based on feeds you’ve already subscribed to.


For example, if you subscribe to a large number of environmentally conscious blogs, then your Google Reader may recommend a like-minded blog, and could therefore be saving you hours looking for new blogs. It can also help you find ones you have never seen before.


For those who have a large number of blogs and websites they subscribe to, Google Reader offers folders and tags to help organize them.  Now you can keep your news on one page, your sports on another, and your entertainment blogs all on a separate page, rather than jumbled together.


You can also make these pages public or private. If you are a person who loves to share information with friends and family, this can be very handy. If you are working in a job which requires you to gather competitive intelligence, the private page feature would be an invaluable tool to help you accumulate lists of resources you would not want to share openly with others.


Google Reader offers a number of functions which makes it easy to personalize and customize to fit your needs.  And if you’re already using a reader, you can import your feeds into Google Reader, and therefore save time entering them manually.


You can access even access Google Reader on your phone if your phone has mobile and digital capability.


Therefore, Google reader helps you save time and energy, and helps you to stay informed and one step ahead of the competition.’


You can also use it socially by sharing items with friends, family, and associates.   Best of all, all you need is a Google account, which will come with all of the other benefits of being linked to Google, such as Gmail. You can access dozens of free tools all in a single account. So if you have not already done so, head over to Google now to get organized using their reader. It will certainly simplify your life.


Using the Google Reader, Part 1

Part 1.

When the number of blogs you track becomes too much to manage, it is time to look into installing a reader. One of the best choices too help you manage all of this content is the Google Reader.

A reader is a tool which functions as an aggregator.  It pulls all of your blogs and RSS subscriptions into one single location.  All you have to do is open the reader, and your favorite blogs and websites will be there waiting for you every day, with their most recent content ready for you to read.

A reader is a great time-saving device, eliminating the need to visit site after site to keep up to date, or subscribe to email alerts to help you do the same.  A reader is not only an amazing time saver, it also makes it easy to see at a glance what content is valuable and what isn’t. You can flick through the headlines in the time that it would take you to just go from site to site.

Google Reader is one of the easiest readers to use, and also one of the most popular.  Best of all, it’s free, and easy to install.

To use Google Reader you must use:

* Internet Explorer 6 or above

* Firefox 1.0+ or above

* Safari 1.3+

* Netscape 7.2+

* Mozilla 1.7+

You must also have or create a Google account, which will come with other robust tools like Gmail.  If you already use AdSense, Adwords, Gmail, or any other Google product you already have a Google account, and can access the reader from it.


(Continued in Part 2)


Using the Google Reader, Part 2

(Continued from Part 1)


Now that you have a gmail or other Google account, it is time to get set up with Google Reader.


To use Google Reader, you have several options.  When you are browsing online and you come across a site you’re interested in subscribing to, simply click on their subscribe button. It is usually a little orange square, or it might say RSS on it.


Most often if you have Google Reader installed, your computer will recognize that, and you’ll be given the option to view the blog feed on your iGoogle Homepage or Google Reader.


If you have an iGoogle homepage set up already, then it’s time to decide where you want to view the blogs you are interested in.  Simply choose Google Reader and all the information will start being aggregated there.


You can also subscribe to a blog or RSS feed by using the subscribe bookmark function.  Simply drag the link to your bookmarks bar.  You can then click the bookmark to view the content in Google Reader.


You can also manually add subscriptions to your Google Reader by using the “add subscriptions” function.  By clicking on the add option while Google Reader is open, you can enter the URL of the blog or website of any content you are interested in, and add it to your list.


You can also browse the preloaded feed bundles to discover new blogs and websites or search by keyword.  It will make various suggestions for you to check out to see if they will be of use to you. You can do this every few months or so to see who the new movers and shakers are in the blog world in your area/s of interest.


In case you don’t know how to find the RSS subscribe button, it is easy. Any site with the little orange widget which looks like an echo, several curving lines and a dot in the upper right hand corner of the address bar of your browser is one you can subscribe to and read through your reader of choice.  You might occasionally see it on a site in blue as well, but orange is the most common color.


Once you see it in your address bar,  ust click on it. If you are not logged in, Google will ask you to do so. It is that easy.


(Continued in Part 3)


Sirius Stiletto 2 Satellite Radio

For those of you who have heard about Satellite Radio, Sirius has introduced
the Stiletto 2. It is a portable satellite radio and MP3 player in one. The
sleek and compact design only weighs four ounces, but more than that it has the
capability of receiving both satellite and Wi-Fi signals live.

Complete with Sirius Studio Software, the Stiletto 2 is compatible with most
music downloads on the internet. In addition, it carries more than 130 channels
and 69 channels of commercial-free music as well as 65 channels of news, sports,
talk shows, and weather forecasts. In addition, Sirius is the official radio
partner of the NBA, NFL and NASCAR, which affords you the opportunity to receive
live games for a monthly subscription fee.

The Sirius Stiletto 2 features:
* Robust and versatile 2 GB MP3 player with Sirius satellite radio reception
* Schedule recordings to capture up to 100 hours of favorite Sirius shows or
programs; brilliant 2.2-inch full-color display
* Enhanced WiFi 802.11 and direct satellite connectivity
* Press single button to store favorite individual songs heard live on any
Sirius music channel
* MicroSD media slot to augment internal memory; measures 1.9 x 4.3 x 0.6
inches; weighs 4.3 ounces
* Model Number: SL2PK1
* Tuner: Sirius satellite
* Satellite frequencies: 2322.293/2330.207 MHz
* Terrestrial frequencies: 2326.250 MHz
* Internal storage: 2 GB flash memory
* External storage: MicroSD card (up to 8 GB)
* Audio files: MP3, WMA
* Audio capacity: Up to 2000 songs (MP3)
* Audio playback time: Up to 100
* Power requirements: 5 volts, 2.0 A negative ground, DC
* Battery: Rechargeable battery pack, AC adapter (included)
* Battery life: Up to 4 hours (live satellite), up to 10 hours (WiFi), up to 20
hours (non-live)
* Display: 2.2-inch color LCD
* Audio interface: 3.5-millimeter stereo mini jack
* Headphone output: 20 mW at 16 ohms
* Signal-to-noise (S/N): 90 db (MP3)
* Wi-Fi standard: 802.11b/g
* Wi-Fi security: WEP and WPA(2) Personal
* Wi-Fi antenna: Internal
* Internal antenna type: Integrated, low profile patch
* Operational temperature: 23 to 104 degrees F / -5 to 40 degrees C
* Dimensions: 1.9 x 4.3 x 0.62 inches / 50 x 110 x 16 millimeters (W x H x D)
* Weight: 4.3 ounces / 121 grams
* What’s in the box: Stiletto 2 receiver/MP3 player, battery, AC power
adapter, Altec Lansing headphones, earbuds, PC cable, My Sirius Studio software

The Sirius Stiletto 2 is a fantastic gadget to own or give to a friend or loved
one as a present. With the ability to record shows or sports events and upload
favorite songs, this is one radio/MP3 player that is a must have for anyone who
loves electronics.


Plantronics Voyager 510 Bluetooth Headset

One of the most technological challenges in the field of communication was to
somehow come up with a device that one can wear as a headset, that could be worn
comfortably, and achieve the highest quality of sound transmission. The new
generation of Bluetooth headsets emerged and the Plantronics Voyager 510 has far
exceeded anyone’s expectations.

The Plantronics Voyager features include:
* Windsmart Technology allows you to seamlessly switch between two Bluetooth®
* Noise-canceling microphone for superior sound quality
* Up to 6 hours talk time and up to 100 hours standby time
* One-touch call answer/end, last number redial and voice activated dialing
* Compatible with Bluetooth devices supporting the headset or hands-free
* With exclusive Multipoint Technology, your headset seamlessly transforms into
a powerful communication solution for up to two Bluetooth devices.
* The 510 is comfortable and light enough for all day wear, and it offers
unprecedented clarity and sound quality.
* With Multipoint technology you can switch between your voice-enabled
Bluetooth mobile phone, PDA or laptop.
* The headset’s smart technology knows which device you are using and
allows you to take calls from any device at the touch of a button.
* The 510 features a noise-canceling microphone for clearer conversations, and
it folds for easy storage.
* The boom also swivels for perfect positioning on either ear.
* One-touch call control buttons are placed for easy access, and you can easily
redial the last number dialed and initiate voice-activated calls from
the headset.
* The 510 is Bluetooth 1.2 specification enabled, which means you can roam up
to 33 feet from your Bluetooth device.
* The 510 supports adaptive frequency hopping (AFH) which helps avoid
interference from wi-fi networks.
* Ample talk time is provided by the built-in rechargeable battery.

Consumers who have purchased the Plantronics Voyager have asserted that this
device works perfectly in any type of noisy environment. It is easy to program,
stays in place, is comfortable to wear, can answer and close a call by one touch
of a button, and has a long-lasting battery life. Most users state that the
Voyager lasts up to seven or eight hours.

In addition, the Plantronics Voyager features three different ear pieces so
that you can choose the one that has the best fit. Also, you can purchase the
optional Plantronics Deskphone adapter which allows you to switch between the
office phone and your mobile phone as well.

The Plantronics Voyager 510 Bluetooth headset is a remarkable piece of
technology and with its great sound quality, has become the most innovative
headset on the market to date.