Here's a great way to organize your work from home office virtually.

Written by Chris De La Rosa

How to do keep track of all you have to do on a daily basis? How about things that have to get done this week?.. How about forrepparttar month? I used to be a pen and paper guy..everything I had to get done was written (notes) inrepparttar 135966 yellow pad that sits in front of me. It still sits there, but it's not used as much, except for when I'm taking notes when onrepparttar 135967 phone. A couple years ago David Ledoux, my mentor and boss introduced me to Yahoo Calendar. Do you use Yahoo Calendar? David has a very busy schedule and is constantly traveling, so he needed a way of keeping track of all that he had to do in a format that he could access from anywhere globally. Something (unlike a PDA or note book) that couldn't get lost, stolen or need charging.

I took David's advice and got a free membership torepparttar 135968 yahoo service and have been using it ever since. It allows me to plan my entire month..even year!.. It's like a total planner, but virtual. I can enter things I have to do down torepparttar 135969 minute and when it's time to get that task done I get a reminder notice on my computer letting me know that I have something planned.

How To Get Your BLOGS Site Feed Listed In Yahoo! and MSN Within HOURS, Is Easier Then You Think

Written by Cory Threlfall

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BLOGS... they seem to berepparttar talk ofrepparttar 135920 Internet marketing world these days, and for good reason.

Not only dorepparttar 135921 Search Engines love them for there Content Rich pages, you also haverepparttar 135922 ability to plug your Blogs "Site Feed" into an RSS feed and then have it syndicated to thousands of websites and directories giving your content more exposure to your target audience.

RSS(Real Simple Syndication) is a very Powerful technology that has been around for quite some time and when used correctly, can build an audience overnight.

If you want a crash course on what RSS is, in more depth, sincerepparttar 135923 nature of this article is to show you how to get your Blogs "Site Feed" listed in Yahoo! and MSN, I've provided a link to a page full of articles on RSS related issues.

Now, depending on where your Blog is hosted, whether its through a free service like -- or hosted on your websites server you should have a "Site Feed URL" that hasrepparttar 135924 .XML extension.

This is your "Site Feed URL".

You'll usually locate it within your Settings area of Blog control center.

Here's what mine looks like as an example:

This URL is intended for a RSS News Reader, so disregard its appearance.

Once you find your "Site Feed URL", copy and paste it into Notepad because you'll need it forrepparttar 135925 next steps coming ahead.

Now, what you need to do is go and set-up an My Yahoo! and My MSN account.

I've providedrepparttar 135926 links for you below.

- My Yahoo! ==>

- My MSN ==>

It should only take you about 15-20 minutes atrepparttar 135927 most.

If you already have accounts with My Yahoo! and My MSN, read on.

This is assuming you already have your accounts set-up, so your next step is to Login to your My Yahoo! account.

When you login, you'll be taken to your Yahoo! page immediately.

What you want to do next is go look underrepparttar 135928 Yahoo! search box torepparttar 135929 left and click onrepparttar 135930 "Add Content" link.

This will bring you to a new page.

From there, over torepparttar 135931 right byrepparttar 135932 "Find" button you'll see an "Add RSS by URL" link, click on it.

A new window will open with a "Web Form". Simply copy and paste your "Site Feed URL" from Notepad intorepparttar 135933 web form and click onrepparttar 135934 "Add" button.

Now, you should see your Blogs name infront of you. Simply click onrepparttar 135935 yellow "Add To My Yahoo!" button and your feed will be added.

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