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Why Dolly the Sheep is an Icon of Web Content
By: Brian Hack
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    Why Dolly the Sheep is an Icon of Web Content - Well thatís about...

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    Well thatís about to change because hiding in plain view, concealed in a most obvious place, is an unassuming article directory. Itís a virtual needle in the internet haystack with some most unusual support features. Here, the secrets of book publishing that include the art and science of packaging are starting to trickle into the internet at this quiet location.

    While some infopreneurs have an idea of what ebooks can look like, or how they can function, or how to make money from them, the integration of form and function is expanded at this site to include how to make more money no matter who you are, what knowledge you have, or what niche you want to play in. Want to know more?

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    Brian Hack currently authors and publishes H4H :: Residual Income Digest Express, a web site that analyzes internet business opportunity for the purpose of long term personal and business growth. Contact

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