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Earn some cash with Domino’s Widget

dominoes_widgetLONDON, APRIL 13, 2010 - Domino’s Pizza has launched a trial tool, which enables everyone with a blog or social network site, to host advertising from nominated brands. Due to this new cash-rewards widget, one can capitalize in and earn some cash from the popularity of Domino’s Pizza.

All you have to do is install the widget on your site and start promoting Dominos and wait for the sales to begin. Sales begin when people order pizza online .Thus, internet users can earn some cash whenever a sale is done from their social network or blog page. The widget will keep a track of your sales, and Dominos will grant you 0.5% value from every purchase.

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A sneak peek into blogging and wordpress hosting

Wordpress with many new features

Blogs are not news anymore and most business websites include a blog section. This might seem strange at first, especially when you see blogs on sites of companies which main activity has nothing to do with writing, consulting, or anything similar. The answer to the question why such companies have a blog is very prosaic – because a regularly updated blog keeps a site fresh. Actually, the main reason why companies use a blog is exactly the same reason as to why individuals blog.

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Wordpress with many new features

Wordpress with many new features

The developers behind the WordPress project narrated on Friday for the official release of version 2.9, a major update of the popular opensource blogging software. The most recent version has some helpful new features, including an inclusive image revising tool and a worldwide undo feature that permits users to revive removed posts.

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Wordpress looking for a default theme

Wordpress looking for a default theme

Wordpress 2.9 was today pushed to all sites running the preferred blogging platform, marking the last major update for the platform for 2009 as the developers behind the CMS look for a new default theme for the subsequent release in 2010.

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