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KelbyTraining: Adobe Illustrator CS4 for Beginner

Posted: 20 Dec 2009 04:50 PM PST

KelbyTraining: Adobe Illustrator CS4 for Beginners
Type: Training-Tutorials | 247 MB |

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StudioLine Web v3.60.27.0

Posted: 20 Dec 2009 03:09 PM PST

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StudioLine Web v3.60.27.0 | 121 MB

StudioLine Web is an application that creates and publishes professional web sites in a single interface without any HTML knowledge.StudioLine Web combines all functions for creating, publishing, and updating professional web sites in a single user interface. It fully integrates StudioLine Photo.StudioLine Web will help you import images from cameras and scanners, create image collages, use image tools and apply special effects directly on your page – and immediately view the outcome in true WYSIWYG mode. Batch editing functions are simple drag and drop actions. Find pictures in the image archive using your descriptions and any combination of system, camera and user tags. Automatically generated web galleries and slide shows.

Key Features:
· Page Editor – The heart of StudioLine Web
· Layout Editor – The powerful tool to give web sites a constant look and feel
· Image Galleries – Build the sophisticated galleries you dreamed of
· Special Graphic Effects
· Site Management – everthing to control even large web sites
· Publishing Management – FTP uploading the intelligent way.
· Support for RAW Files.

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Oxygen XML Editor v11.1 for Windows/Linux/Eclipse

Posted: 20 Dec 2009 02:06 PM PST

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Oxygen XML Editor v11.1 for Windows/Linux/Eclipse | 317 MB

Oxygen is a complete cross platform XML editor providing the tools for XML authoring, XML conversion, XML Schema, DTD, Relax NG and Schematron development, XPath, XSLT, XQuery debugging, SOAP and WSDL testing. The integration with the XML document repositories is made through the WebDAV, Subversion and S/FTP protocols.Oxygen also supports browsing, managing and querying native XML and relational databases. The Oxygen XML Editor is also available as an Eclipse IDE plugin, bringing unique XML development features to this widely used Java IDE.

XML Editor
The content assistant, XML outliner and the model view are all designed to make XML editing faster and easier.

- WYSIWYG XML Editor (Visual XML editor)
The Author mode of the XML Editor demonstrates a new productive way of editing XML documents, similar to a word processor.

- Intelligent XML Editing
The context sensitive content assistant is changing the way you edit documents, helping you create valid content all the time.

- Extensible XML Editor
Starting with version 9 adds a new concept called Document Type that solves the problem of providing ready to use support for a framework or an XML language. The Document Type concept is used to provide the built in support has for a number of XML frameworks (DITA, DocBook, TEI) but, more importantly, it can be employed to provide support for a user defined framework that needs to be shared with other users.

- XML Grid Editor
The s grid editor allows you to edit repetitive XML content in a special layout similar to a spreadsheet application, without the need to interact with markup.

- XML Outliner
XML Editor comes along with a powerful outliner which is automatically synchronized with the document changes.

- XInclude Support
XML Editor supports XInclude which is a standard for building up XML documents from smaller pieces, being a replacement for the external entities.

- XML Validation and Well-Formedness Check
The XML validation can be done by checking the documents against a schema. XML Editor supports: XML Schema, DTD, Schematron and Relax NG schemas.

- XML Formating and Indentation.
An useful utility is the XML document formatter.

- Unicode and Internationalization
XML Editor supports a large number of text encodings. Unicode is fully supported.

- XML Diff and Merge Tool
A complete diff and merge solution is available in XML Editor. It offers both directory and file comparison, six different diff algorithms and multiple levels of comparison.

- XPath support
XPath is a language for addressing specific parts of an XML document. XPath, like the Document Object Model (DOM), models an XML document as a tree of nodes. An XPath expression is a mechanism for navigating through and selecting nodes from the XML document. You can executes XPath queries on opened documents. Both XPath versions 1.0 and 2.0 are supported.

- XML Digital Signature and XML Canonicalization
The digital signature is a requirement when exchanging information in an untrusted network. Since XML is used for content storage it is important to be able to sign the XML files or messages.

- Tree Editor
XML documents can be viewed/edited in a graphical tree. The tree editor is handy for large size documents.

- Helper Views
There is a set of panels located at the side of the editing area helping the XML editing. They present the model of the edited XML element, the available attributes and entities.

java -jar keygen_patch.jar
Press ‘patch’ in keygen, navigate to
installdir\lib and choose oxygen.jar or oxygenEclipse.jar

ActiveState Komodo IDE v5.2.4.37659 for Windows, Linux, MacOSX

Posted: 20 Dec 2009 02:05 PM PST

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ActiveState Komodo IDE v5.2.4.37659 for Windows, Linux, MacOSX | 186 MB

Company ActiveState Software has released a product Komodo IDE 5, a new version of the award-winning, integrated development environment web-applications. Developers can use the provided tools for writing, debugging and software distribution package.
Version 5 supports the popular dynamic programming languages Perl, PHP, Python, Ruby and Tcl, as well as the speaker of javascript, CSS, HTML and XML. Among the improvements made special mention is enhanced debugging scripts javascript, viewer DOM Viewer, HTTP Inspector tool, etc. And the additional support “frame” systems, such as Ruby on Rails and CakePHP, and client libraries Yahoo! UI Library and Dojo, able to focus the entire development process within the working environment Komodo.

According to ActiveState, Komodo – the only unified language IDE for open-source (Perl, Python, PHP, Tcl, XML and XSLT), which you can edit, debug problems and test applications in a single working environment. Komodo also supports other programming languages, including Ruby and javascript. This is one of the most complex applications for Linux and Windows, to create ever, based on Mozilla.

Code smarter and faster with Komodo IDE, the award-winning professional development environment for dynamic languages and open technologies.

Find Highlighting: Komodo now highlights find / search matches in the buffer. Check out the screencast.
Hyperlinks: Hold down the Ctrl key (Cmd key on the Mac) and move the mouse around, and Komodo will underline the interesting (interactable) points under the mouse cursor. Find out more here.
Fast Open: The fast open dialog provides a quick and easy way for developers to access their files. Use the dialog to list and filter the files within the current working directory, files within the current project, recently opened / closed files as well as being able to switch to a currently opened file.
More Platforms: We’ve added support for a new platform: Linux/x86_64!
Better localization: Improved Komodo localization is now possible.
Numerous bug fixes and other minor improvements.

All the languages:
Dynamic language expertise for Perl, PHP, Python, Ruby, and Tcl, plus javascript, CSS, HTML, and XML, and template languages like RHTML, Template-Toolkit, HTML-Smarty and Django.


Scada – Indusoft Web Studio v6.1

Posted: 20 Dec 2009 02:03 PM PST

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Scada – Indusoft Web Studio v6.1 SP6 | 472MB

This modern SCADA-system based on WEB-technology and has built-in support for many popular controllers from different manufacturers.

Simultaneous work with software developers (DEVELOPMENT) and executed (RUNTIME), which is convenient for writing and debugging programs (allows you to make corrections on the fly by watching the reaction on the operating screen.

Designed as an application runs under WindowsXP \ Vista, and under WindowsCE, which allows easy copying make it work to plug the device or PDA.

- Initially, the focus on WEB-technology, which allows easy use of the Internet (including wireless), and arrange remote access through the opening on the far side of any popular browser (Internet Explorer, Opera, FireFox, etc.)
- Support for controllers and devices (smart actuators), the majority of manufacturers (Siemens, Schneider, Allen Bradley, Omron, Yokogawa, Advantech, Sanyo, BOSCH, Cutler-Hummer, GE-Fanuc, Hitachi, Mitsubishi, many others), as well as standard protocols .
- Creating and maintaining a database in the internal format and in any popular, sharing databases with another system
Quick and easy translation tool (indispensable for creating multi-language interface), and much more.

Year: 2009
Developer: Copyright © by InduSoft
Platform: Windows
Language: English

Emurasoft EmEditor Professional v9.06 x86/x64 + portable

Posted: 20 Dec 2009 02:01 PM PST

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Emurasoft EmEditor Professional v9.06 x86/x64 + portable | 17.8 MB

EmEditor Text Editor is a lightweight, yet extendable, easy-to-use text editor for Windows. EmEditor is very customizable, and it supports Unicode and powerful macros. EmEditor now supports very large files – up to 248 GB or 2.1 billion lines! In Professional version there are many new features including a Large File Controller, Vertical Selection Editing, Binary Editing, Optimized Search and Replace, improved Projects Plug-in, and many more! EmEditor is now able to open even larger than 248 GB by opening a portion of the file with the new custom bar – Large File Controller. The Large File Controller allows you to specify the beginning point, end point, and range of the file to be opened. It also allows you to stop the opening of the file and monitor the real size of the file and the size of the temporary disk available.

You can write a macro to do almost whatever you want within EmEditor!
Not only can you define a macro which records keystrokes that you use and reference repeatedly, but you can also write your own macros that can manipulate other applications, Windows-based files, or network functionalities. The macros are based on the Windows Scripting Host (WSH) engine, so you can use all of the powerful, robust objects available under the Windows Scripting Host. You can program macros with popular script languages including JavaScript and VBScript. You can even program with PerlScript, Python, PHPScript, Ruby, and other ActiveScript languages as long as the script engines you want to use are installed on your system. Nevertheless, EmEditor barely forefeits its light-weightedness when using macros. EmEditor macros are modules designed independently of EmEditor executable and are implemented as a Dynamic Link Library (DLL) file. To conserve system resources, the DLL is only loaded during the macro execution.

The Unicode support is a must for anyone who uses international languages. Many text editors claim they support Unicode (UTF-7, UTF-8 and UTF-16), however, they only convert Unicode to the system encoding (or ANSI) internally when they open files, so they cannot actually edit characters that are not supported by the system encoding. For instance, many text editors cannot actually edit Shift-JIS (Japanese) encoding on English Windows. Most text editors cannot even open Unicode file names. EmEditor supports Unicode natively, and in fact, the whole program is built as a Unicode application. EmEditor allows you to open a file with any encoding supported in the Windows system, and you can easily convert from one encoding to another within EmEditor. EmEditor allows you to open Unicode file names, and allows you to search for Unicode characters. Since EmEditor supports Unicode characters even outside of the Basic Multilingual Plane (BMP), it can display the CJK Extension B characters as long as a supporting font is available on the system. With EmEditor plug-ins, EmEditor allows you to convert a selected text to HTML / XML Character Reference or Universal Character Names, and vice versa.

- Large File Controller
- Vertical Selection Editing
- Binary Editing
- Optimized Search and Replace
- Improved Projects Plug-in
- The Function Bar can now be displayed
- Speed is optimized when each line is very long
- Marks (CR, LF, Tab, Space, EOF) can be customized (Tools> Customize> Marks)
- Extended Katakana support is available
- Auto-panning by clicking the mouse wheel
- The Indent Guides can be displayed (Configuration Properties> Marks> Show Indent Guides)
- Right-click in the line numbers or the left side of the window to move the cursor to start of that line
- Tag Format can be specified with regular expressions (Customize> Edit> Tag Format)
- Drag and drop editing can be disabled (Customize> Edit> Enable Text Drag and Drop)
- Temporary folders can be specified (Customize> Advanced> Use System Temporary Folder)
- The Keyboard Map window can be sorted by clicking each column
- INI files can be imported to the Registry (Import and Export Wizard> Import Personal INI files to the Registry)
- The Copy command now copies the entire current line when no text is selected. The old behavior can be also selected by using the Copy Selection command
- The Cut command now cuts the entire current line when no text is selected. The old behavior can be also selected by using the Cut Selection command
- A new dialog appears when invalid characters are contained in the opening file
- A new dialog appears when the document contains characters which will be lost if saved as selected encoding for saving
- Find in Files results can be redirected in the Output Bar (Find in Files> Use Output Bar)
- The new Jump Next and Jump Previous commands can be used to jump between results in the Output bar
- Mouse wheel with CTRL increases or decreases the font size
- Mouse wheel with Right-click moves to next or previous document

Supports syntax highlighting for ASP, C #, C + +, CSS, HTML, Java, JavaScript, JSP, Pascal (Delphi), Perl, Python, PHP, SQL, VBScript and other programming languages, function Drag & Drop, opening files size up to 248 GB and ability to connect additional external applications and plug-ins. In addition, the program allows you to work with macros written in JavaScript or VBScript, and based on the Windows Scripting Host (WSH) engine, allowing to automate virtually any action. Custom Lighting HTML and scripting languages makes it easy to detect spelling errors and typos.

ARIS TOOLSET – 2008 (Eng, Rus) Modeling business processes

Posted: 20 Dec 2009 01:06 PM PST

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ARIS TOOLSET – 2008 (Eng, Rus) Modeling business processes | 1.3 GB

Organization in ARIS is considered from four perspectives of the organizational structure, functional structure, data structures, the structure of processes.
Year: 2008
Developer: ids-scheer
Platform: winall
Compatibility with Vista: unknown
System requirements: Microsoft Windows NT / 2000 / XP.
Intel ® Pentium ® III 1 Ghz
256 MB RAM
HDV: 200 MB
1024×768 XGA
Language: English only
Modeling language: Eng, Eng
Tabletka: Present

Description: ARIS methodology is sufficiently refined.
Moreover, each of these points of view shared by a further three
sublevels: description of requirements, a description of the specification, a description of
implementation. To describe the business processes are encouraged to use
about 80 types of models, each of which belongs to or
another aspect. In ARIS representative has a powerful graphics that
makes the model especially suitable for submission to management.
Among the large number of possible methods of description can be
the following:
* EPC (event-driven process chain) – a method of describing the processes
has found application in the SAP R / 3;
* ERM (Entity Relationship Model) – entity-relationship model to describe
data structure
* UML (Unified Modeling Language) – an object-oriented language
Tools ARIS Toolset (ARIS Easy Design) – a single environment
modeling, which is a set of four
main components: Explorer (explorer), Designer (tool
graphic description of models), tables (for different input
parameters and attributes), wizards (Wizards).
ARIS Easy Design is focused on gathering information and
documentation, while ARIS Toolset is a tool for
full-scale project management and allows
comprehensive analysis of the entered information and semantic
verification. In addition, only ARIS Toolset allows you to create scripts
(templates) for reporting, analysis, and semantic checks
constructed models.
ARIS paired with well-known enterprise management system
(ERP), namely, ARIS Link for R / 3 allows you to describe the structure of R / 3
terms of business process management, and, moreover, to
reengineering, ie, from the R / 3 download in ARIS current description
business – processes, ARIS Analyzer for R / 3 – module testing
posed models for compliance with the methodology SAP. In ARIS is
opportunity to test the project against the requirements
quality standard ISO 9000.

Extras. Information: Tabletka only ARIS TOOLSET
Carefully watch what language you bet.
For this language and use Keygen.
Do not see what he was to version 6.2.
For those modules that are listed on the cover it works.

Todd Lammle – CCNA Video Learning DVD

Posted: 20 Dec 2009 12:38 PM PST
Todd Lammle – CCNA Video Learning DVD | 2.6GB | English | HF

Todd Lammle, CCNA/CCNP/CCSP/CCVP, CEH/CEFI, FCC RF Licensed, popular Sybex author and trainer at GlobalNet Training has been involved in computers and networking with Fortune 500 companies for over two decades. He has worked for large companies such as Hughes Aircraft, Xerox, Texaco, Toshiba, Cisco, AAA and IBM, among many others.

Todd has shared his networking knowledge and experience in more than 45 Sybex study guides, including his best selling Cisco CCNA Study Guide. Widely regarded as a best selling author, even surpassing the sales of Cisco Press.

Module 1 Internetworking
Introduction to basic networking Hardware and logical addressing OSI Reference Model The seven layers and their functions Ethernet Networking
Module 2: Introduction to TCP/IP
Introducing the Internet Protocol Stack The DoD Model Application layer protocols Host to Host Layer protocols Network layer protocols Written Lab
Module 3: IP address, Subnetting, VLSM and Summarization
Introduction to IP addressing Hexadecimal and Binary addressing Class C Subnetting Class B Subnetting Class A Subnetting Variable Length Subnet Masks
Module 4: Introduction to the Cisco IOS
How a router and switch boots Memory types in a router and switch User mode Privileged mode Administrative functions Hostname Banner Passwords
Module 5: IOS Management and IP Troubleshooting
How to verify and copy your IOS to a tftp server How to verify and copy an IOS from a TFTP server How to verify and copy your configuration to a ftp
Module 6: IP Routing
Introduction to IP Routing Static Routing Dynamic Routing RIP Routing RIPv2 Routing Verifying RIP Routing Hands-on Lab 6.1: Static Routing Hands-on
Module 7: EIGRP and OSPF
Introduction to Enhanced IGRP Configuring and Verifying EIGRP Introduction to OSPF OSPF wildcard masking OSPF Elections Verifying OSPF Hands-on Lab
Module 8: Layer-2 Switching and Spanning Tree Protocol
Introduction to layer-2 switching The MAC address table The three switch functions Spanning-Tree Protocol (STP) Determining the Root bridge STP
Module 9: Virtual LANs (VLANs)
Introduction to Virtual LANs Configuring VLANs Assigning Switch port memberships Configuring trunk ports Inter-VLAN routing Router on a stick
Module 10: Access-lists
Introduction to Access Lists Standard Access Lists Extended Access Lists Names Access Lists Configuring Access lists with wildcards Verifying and
Module 11: Network Address Translation
Introduction to Network Address Translation (NAT) Static NAT Dynamic NAT Port Address Translation (PAT) Verifying and Troubleshooting NAT Hands-on
Module 12: Wireless LANs
Introduction to Wireless LAN's WLAN Technologies IEEE 802.11 Specifications WLAN Security Hands-on Labs 12.1: Analyzing WLAN Traffic Time
Module 13: IPv6
Introduction to IPv6 IPv6 addressing IPv6 Routing Protocols Configuring and Verifying IPv6 Hands-on Labs 13.1: Configuring and Verifying IPv6 Time
Module 14: Wide Area Networks (WANs) and Security Device Manager
Introduction to Wide Are Networks High-level Data Link Control (HDLC) Point-to-point protocol (PPP) Frame Relay Security Device Manager (Covers SDM

D0wn1oad – PHP with MySQL: Beyond the Basics

Posted: 20 Dec 2009 07:38 AM PST – PHP with MySQL: Beyond the Basics | 740MB
Kevin Skoglund | ISO | English | HF

In PHP with MySQL Beyond the Basics, expert instructor Kevin Skoglund introduces powerful PHP programming techniques using object-oriented programming (OOP). Both novice and experienced PHP developers will benefit from the efficient, well-organized, reusable, and easy-to-understand code that OOP offers.

Kevin shows how OOP techniques can streamline database queries, help manage sessions, and simplify user logins. While building a real-world web application, Kevin also includes practical advice on topics ranging from structuring code to logging user actions. Exercise files accompany the course.

Table of contents

Welcome 1:28
Using the exercise files 2:36

1. Installation and Project Setup
PHP and MySQL installation 0:48
Project setup 3:48

2. Intermediate PHP Techniques
Using variable variables 5:20
Applying more array functions 5:32
Building dates and times: Epoch/Unix 8:47
Formatting dates and times: Strings and SQL 10:06
Setting server and request variables 5:37
Establishing global and static variable scope 5:43
Making a reference assignment 3:00
Using references as function arguments 4:08
Using references as function return values 6:13

3. Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming (OOP)
Introducing the concept and basics of OOP 6:25
Defining classes 4:07
Defining class methods 3:30
Instantiating a class 6:00
Referencing an instance 4:40
Defining class properties 7:34

4. OOP in Practice
Understanding class inheritance 6:24
Setting access modifiers 8:03
Using setters and getters 4:02
Working with the static modifier 8:20
Reviewing the scope resolution operator 2:50
Referencing the Parent class 6:49
Using constructors and destructors 6:10
Cloning objects 3:27
Comparing objects 4:47

5. Photo Gallery Project Setup
Overview of the project 3:09
Creating project and asset directories 6:08
Creating a MySQL database 5:31

6. Foundations of an OOP Project
Creating the MySQL Database class 6:12
Adding queries to the MySQL Database class 3:09
Using the database object 6:47
How OOP is an improvement 5:16
Creating a User class 6:25
Instantiating user objects 8:46
Revising find methods to instantiate 4:03
Autoload: The undeclared object safety net 4:08
Creating the Session class 7:11
Logging in using the Session class 8:56
Initializing files and path constants 6:02
Using path content for layout 4:51
Late static binding 13:05

7. Working with Files and Directories
File system basics 5:28
Understanding file permissions 8:48
Setting file permissions 5:07
PHP permissions 10:53
Accessing files 9:45
Writing to files 5:19
Deleting files 1:51
Moving the file pointer 3:58
Reading files 6:17
Examining file details 6:26
Working with directories 6:44
Viewing directory content 5:28
Creating a log file: Assignment 5:44
Creating a log file: Solution 7:56

8. Uploading Files
Configuring PHP for file uploads 5:42
Sending files as form data 4:22
Inspecting uploaded files 3:55
Uploading errors 3:59
Moving uploaded files 5:54

9. Completing the User Class
Remaining user CRUD 2:04
Creating users 5:18
Updating users 5:58
Deleting users 3:39
Abstracting the database table name 3:30
Abstracting the attributes 5:56
Finding the database attributes 3:35

10. The Photograph Class
Starting the Photograph class 6:16
Coding the Photograph class 5:53
Saving photographs 5:22
Uploading photographs 6:46
Listing photographs 5:55
Storing messages in the Session class 6:15
Deleting photographs 7:54
Displaying photographs in the public area 4:34

11. The Comment Class
Creating the Comment class 7:07
Building the comment form 6:43
Listing comments 6:05
Reviewing comments in the staff area 7:28

12. Pagination
Understanding the concepts behind pagination 2:51
Using LIMIT, OFFSET, and COUNT 2:56
Finding the pagination variables 5:51
Using the Pagination class 5:02
Paginating photographs 2:53
Using pagination links 5:26

13. Sending Emails
Configuring PHP for email 7:30
Sending email with mail() 7:09
Using headers 6:50
Reviewing SMTP 4:09
Using PHPMailer 8:41
Building notification for new comments 8:41

14. Templating and Code Organization
Using MVC architecture 4:12
Simple templating 8:10
Using the Smarty PHP templating engine 2:10
Building PHP libraries and frameworks 3:14

Goodbye 1:40

Appendix: PHP Installation and Configuration Assistance
Installing on Mac 10.4 (Tiger) 11:59
Installing on Mac 10.5 (Leopard) 11:23
Configuring a Mac 13:39
The text editor on Mac 3:27
phpMyAdmin installation on Mac 2:26
Installing on Windows 6:30
Configuring on Windows 8:21
The text editor on Windows 4:11
MySQL basics: phpMyAdmin 12:26

4-Day Money Making Blueprint

Posted: 20 Dec 2009 06:33 AM PST

4-Day Money Making Blueprint | 2.2 GB

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Perhaps you have already bought a course because of a commercial you saw on TV, or maybe an add caught your eye while surfing the net… and
they haven’t worked.

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Most likely, if you have been around for even just a day or two you have come across these terms… maybe even seen courses on the best way to learn how to do them, and hopefully make some killer money in the process.

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Video 6: Finding a Profitable Niche, Part 3 (28:03 min)
Video 7: Finding a profitable Niche, Part 4 (17:24 min)
Video 8: Keyword Research Part 1 (17:22 min) Part 2 (14:50 min)
Video 9: Introduction to Article Marketing (26:22 min)
Video 10: Introduction to (24:39 min)
Video 11: List of Top Article Directories (16:53 min)
Video 12: Article Marketing: Writing Effective Articles (22:27 min)
Video 13: Article Marketing: Article Body (22:43 min)
Video 14: Article Marketing: Resources Box (15:00 min)
Video 15: Article Formatting (10:37 min)
Video 16: How to Write and Submit an Effective Article (21:35min)
Video 17: Article Marketing Bonus Coverage (5:20min)
Video 18: Article Marketing FAQ (37:10 min)
Video 19: Introduction to Squidoo, Part One (31:14)
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Video 22: Link Love Strategies for Your Articles and Lenses (8:20 min)
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