How To List Your Products In Froogle (Google Base) The Automated Way

Froogle (now submitted through Google Base) is a price comparison service launched by Google Inc. in 2002. Froogle is different from most other price comparison services in that it neither charges any fees for listings, nor accepts payment for products to show up first. Also, it makes no commission on sales. Any company can submit product information (via a “data feed”) and be included in the Froogle price comparison engine.This process is good but can become very tedious so today I would like to discuss a more streamlined way, which you can have your products automatically submitted on a frequent basis. This is the method I would like to discuss and inform you of so you can reap the benefits for your business.Having your products submitted automatically to Froogle (Google Base) is great for product companies that use a database because the automated process can simply connect to your database everyday and compile a new list of product information. The process will then take this information and format it for insertion into the Froogle system. This automated method will save your business time, money and dramatically increase sales because the automated process will handle the entire process for you.There are a few automated tools out there that claim to automate the entire process. The only fully automated system I’ve seen so far has been developed by Hudson Horizons. Their system is completely web-based, allowing you to easily signup and enter in some basic information. After that, the rest is handled by their team.Hudson Horizons provides automated product submission to Froogle for only $15 per month. Their product, HH Froogle Manager, provides automated submission of your products to Froogle three times a week. You no longer need to remember to set up the product feed, format the data and upload it to Froogle all on your own.The HH Froogle Manager offers an extremely simple way to submit your products through database integration.After you register, you can simply provide them with the information of your product database. A member of their team will then setup the automated process to connect to your database, free of charge, to gather your product information. The submission will then be tested by their team and placed into rotation to be submitted three times a week. You will also receive email notifications of the status of your product feeds every time the process runs.If at any time you need assistance uploading your products, they are there to help. They offer FREE customer support and once the feeds are setup their job is not done. The will constantly monitor your feeds and make sure the information is successfully being inserted into Froogle three times a week.So if you have a website that is constantly being updated and utilizes a database then this service can definitely save your business time, money and increase company sales. If that’s what you’re looking for, then don’t let another potential sale pass you by and signup today to have Hudson Horizons automatically submit your products to Froogle (Google Base) three times a week.

Working on Multiple Info-Products Simultaneously – Delaying Revenue Generation From Any of Them

Oh, if I only had as many minutes in a day as I have great ideas.

Here is what typically happens to many information marketers when they’re first starting out. They do some research and determine they have viable products they can develop in multiple markets. So they begin writing an eBook or developing a course on chinchilla farming, raising cacti, earthworms, and who knows what else all at the same time.

Their thought process is like this. “I’ll just work a little each day on each of my eight projects, and before long, I’ll have a great big library of information products that I’ll be making money on.”

So they work a little while each day on their chinchilla-farming book. Then they switch over to their book on raising cacti. After a while, they tire of that, so they begin some work on their great new eBook on earthworms. And so on and so on.

By utilizing this approach, you delay the completion of any individual project for some period of time. So nothing is making you any money because everything is still in a state of development. If each project takes a month to complete, you’re effectively delaying any possible revenue inflow until at least four months down the road if you’re working on four projects simultaneously.

And, invariably, something that you think will take a week ends up taking two or more. So maybe those four months becomes six or seven or eight. You are hemorrhaging cash, and nothing is coming in.

What is a better plan? Focus on one and get it done. Get it out in the market to begin generating you revenue. Then move on to the second project and repeat the process. That way you have one project generating revenue after month one, another generating revenue after month two, another generating revenue after month three, etc.. No waiting until month four to get anything coming in at all.

That is if you’re doing all the work yourself. Experienced information marketers know they don’t have to do all the product creation themselves. They use ghostwriters and other resources to help them generate more products more quickly. This is where you want to get to. Just be sure when you’re starting out you don’t get sucked into the multiple project trap.

Commercial Loans – Take All Aspects In Consideration

As the saying goes, taking a loan is easier than surviving with it. A shrewd businessman is one who borrow but with an eye to repay it as soon as possible. Sometimes, business requirements arise because you get a new business order hat is hard to manage within your own business funds. You obviously cannot afford to lose big business opportunity only because the funds are not there.

These and other similar situations force you to take help of external sources of financing. These sources may be temporary or permanent, depending on the nature of funding. Large body corporate often have huge financial needs, and therefore, they resort to public financing by inviting deposits or going for a ‘rights issue’ meant for the existing shareholders. On the other hand, a new business concern or sole proprietorship undertaking would obviously not be able to take benefit of that sort – neither are these meant for them.

Before applying for commercial loans, first of all decide the type of debt financing that your business firm will be comfortably able to get. If you do not own any property in the name of firm, secured commercial business loans are out of question. You will have to rely on loans that do not require any security. These loans will offer you a limited amount – upto £25,000. The interest rate is likely to be little more than what you can get by pledging some property. The amount of loan that you can qualify for can be increased by involving some property in the loan transaction.