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I've collected some really cool free products for you that will help with your website marketing efforts. What do I want in return? Nothing!
Free Tool No. 1 - How To Keep Track Of Your Google Rank Without Wasting Hours
This is a very nifty tool that let's you keep track of where your website is listed in Google.com for your key phrases. You can also input other websites and keep track of them as well (you didn't hear me say `competitors' did you?).
Download it, install it, run it. Simple.
Free Tool No. 2 - How To Check For Broken Links
One of the things that can really annoy visitors to your website is if you have links that simply do not work. Well worry no longer! You can now insert the web address of the page you want to check and this brilliant little tool will run off and check every link on your page to make sure that it works okay � how cool is that?!
Free Tool No. 3 - How To Check The Speed Of Your Homepage
It's essential that your homepage is optimised so that it loads up on people's screens as quickly as possible. You can use this handy tool to simulate how long it takes your homepage to load up at different connection speeds. The tool will also provide you with some handy tips on how you to speed up your homepage.
Free Tool No. 4 - Free Web Tutorials, Reference Materials and Resources For Your Website
Whether you have created your own website or someone else has built it for you the following resource is a great place to learn more about web development. Even if you don't develop your own website you can access the free, simple tutorials to grasp the basics of web design.
The site has lots of free tools you can just copy and use straight on your website, tutorials on different aspects of web design and bulletin boards where you can discuss problems with other website owners.
Free Tool No. 5 - Seven Part Internet Marketing Course
Get a free training course on website marketing that includes a one hour audio seminar, special reports and more here: http://www.magnet4web.com
Enjoy the freebies!
Michael Cheney is the Author of The Website Marketing BibleTM:
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