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Top User Submissions @ WM Share: Week Ending 6/22/07

Posted on 6.21.2007

The following are a few interesting user submissions from for the business week ending July 22nd, 2007. Share the news (industry articles, blog posts, tutorials and more) that you find important at

Blog Translation With Yahoo Pipes
Translate your blog into several other languages. The result just might be a larger, more international subscriber base.

55 Free Video Sharing Sites AND Metrics
Here are fifty-five free video sharing sites with some added metrics information from,,, Google PageRank

How To Submit Videos To Video Sharing Sites
To really benefit from having your videos viewed as much as possible you need to submit them to as many video sharing websites as you can.

Opening a Store Online Makes More Dollars and Sense
More and more small businesses are moving away from a ‘brick-and-mortar’ retail store to an online e-commerce model. This isn’t exactly news, but the pace at which it’s going in this direction seems staggering.

So You Want To Hack For A Living?
When looking at the hot security topics of the day, penetration testing AKA ethical hacking has got to be near the top of everyone's list. With the onslaught of compliance regulations, this self-testing process is virtually required by law.

When Choosing an eCommerce System, Remember the Search Engines
A thoughful and intelligent article from Shannon Watters at Digital Web this week, How to Choose an eCommerce Package, offers some great suggestions on what to look for when choosing software for an online shop offering goods or services or both.

Taskee Simplifies Web Site Testing
If your web work involves delivering sites to customers (as it does for many of us), you’ve probably run into the mismatch between the average customer and the average bug-tracking system.

Yahoo Patent Filings on Indexing and Advertising Using Geographic Boundaries
Advertisers and searchers can benefit when a search engine collects geographic information from the Web and indexes it by associating that geographic information with a system of overlapping and adjacent geographic boundaries for the locations.

Dynamic Keyword Insertion - The Ultimate Guide
Dynamic Keyword Insertion is one of those “dirty little secrets” used by PPC marketing agencies and is the cornerstone of the millions of Internet marketing eBooks written by self proclaimed “gurus”.

Section 508 Compliance
What is Section 508 Compliance Law? It states that government websites are mandated by law to be Section 508 compliant…written & coded in a way that makes the website assessible for people with disabilities to read.

Interviews with DMA Search Marketing Council
Here is a collection of short video interviews taken during day one of the DM Days conference in New York.

Merchant Adoption Rates of Google Checkout vs. PayPal Express
Recent news through Internet Retailer reports that the adoption rate of Google Checkout is slightly higher with Top 500 retailers than PayPal?s Express Checkout.

Adobe Digital Editions eBook reader released
Reading electronic books on your computer can be an exercise in futility. Computer screens aren't designed to display text in a the same way as a book, and it's hard to find a single application capable of handling all the eBook formats you might want

5 Blogging Tasks You Should Outsource
There are a lot of little jobs with blogging that seem to eat up your time. The thing is a lot of them are repetitive and don’t take a lot of brain power or effort… just time.

New attribute requirements: MPN, UPC and ISBN
Google recently added UPC, MPN and ISBN to the list of required attributes for bulk uploads of the Products item type. Providing this information will help rank items better and allow for the delivery of more relevant results to users.

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