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December 07, 2005

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SiteSell Announces The Launch of Blog It!

Blog It! Converts RSS Feed Into An HTML Page... A "Site Blog"

Montreal, Quebec, Canada takes its RSS technology to the next level and releases Blog It!. This module is the latest addition to its popular small business product, Site Build It! (SBI!).

Blog It! distills the content pages of an SBI! site to an RSS feed file and then converts that feed into a visible HTML page. Blog It! users select how many Web pages or "items" they want their blog page to list and in what order. Extra items, or "bloglets," can also be inserted directly through Blog It!.

Each time a site owner updates his or her site, a new RSS file is automatically generated. Blog It! also automatically submits and pings every important (free) RSS engine and directory.

"Blog It! is the SBI! small business owner's 90-10 approach to content distribution," explains Ken Evoy, the founder and President of SiteSell. "SBIers are constantly building new content pages to both attract and presell visitors to their sites. Now they can leverage their time and efforts through site-blogging. Blog It! even eliminates the tedium of pinging engines. It's what I call blogging to the power of two or blogging2!"

According to Evoy, "site-blogging" has two key traffic-building advantages. "It is a non-intrusive way to build a relationship with your visitors and increase repeat traffic. On top of that, site-blogging gives your site more Search Engine exposure through its automatic pinging functionality. This could potentially facilitate faster spidering and listing."

Blog It! builds upon an earlier released module, RSS It!. SBI! owners can now choose to publish a simple RSS feed or take it to the next level and publish a "visible" blog Web page. Full details about Blog It! and RSS It! are available at

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About SiteSell

Founded in 1997 by Dr. Ken Evoy, has been profitable since its inception. "We do it the old fashioned way," says Dr. Evoy. "We OVERdeliver on customer expectations, and truly empower our customers to do business successfully, while leaving the technology and complexity to us to handle in the background, where it should be."

SiteSell employs 35 people in the United-States, Canada, Australia and Europe.