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48 Hour Special

As promised, I am now offering a 48 hour special on Xingla Pro 3.

This is the latest version of Xingla Pro which is a high powered Blog Carnival Submission tool.

If you have a blog and you want to crank up your traffic, plus increase your search engine ranking, then submitting to blog carnivals should be a part of your online strategy.

If you’ve submitted your posts to blog carnivals, you know how time consuming it is.  You also know the benefits as well.  That’s why you either outsource it or put up with doing it yourself.

Did you know that this is also the perfect tool if you have a blog carnival submission service?  Oh, you don’t offer a service to your customers?  Well this could be the perfect time to start one.   Most people are looking for a monthly recurring income or membership model.   This tool can make it a reality if you use it.

Or you can continue to dream about how great your online business will be ‘someday’.  Someday when you feel confident enough to do something.  Someday when that perfect system comes sailing in on a silver platter…  Surrrre.

Of course you know that ‘someday’ will NEVER happen if you just sit around and keep waiting for it.  If you’re a ‘someday’ person, this product isn’t for you.

Xingla Pro is for anyone who is serious about monetizing their internet business.

You can get Xingla Pro 3 for only $75 until Thursday at 5:30pm EST (which is GMT -5) January 8th.   After that the price will increase to $147.

That’s nearly half price and remember, upgrades are always FREE to Xingla Pro customers, even if it’s a major upgrade.  You never have to pay again for the latest version!  Did you ever see Bill Gates do that?

The link at the end of this post is only for my blog readers.  If you go out to the Xingla Pro website, you will need to come back here to get the discount.

For the next 48 hours, you can get Xingla Pro here:

http://kunaki.com/sales.asp?PID=PX00ZGQ7KH

Submitting to Blog Carnivals Can Be Painful

pic from www.halfpixel.comLast year when I first started submitting to blog carnivals, I often wondered if it was worth it to go through all the tedious work of looking through the list of several hundred blog carivals to find the ones relevant to my blog post.

To be effective, the best way was to start at the beginning of the drop down list and scan through each listing until you find a blog carnival relevant to your subject matter.  Select it, fill out the form and click Submit.  Then repeat the process until you’ve made it all the way through the list.  Usually, it took me about an hour to do the whole list.  I kept coming back because the results were really making a difference.

The problem was that since I didn’t want to outsource it (outsourcing time consuming tasks is good by the way), I would have to muster up the ambition and time to do it.  That didn’t always work out so well.

I finally reached the point where I thought to myself “there MUST be a better way, Ugggh!”

When looking for a solution for this problem, I made the most logical move… I Googled it.  I searched for “blog carnival submitters” and a zillion variations of it.  I found a number of blog carnival submission services & some weren’t half bad.  Robert Phillips was way up there on my personal list.  I was pretty surprised that there was no software to handle this task though.  Heck, even if I had a submission service, I would find this very handy!

Well, being that programming is one of my favorite past times (I know, I’m a geek), and making money is another, I did the next logical thing… created my own blog carnival submitter!  Anyone following my blog for a while is likely familiar with Xingla Pro.

This is my favorite piece of software that I have written and I’m quite proud of it.  Today I just officially released version 3.

Xingla Pro 3 has some exciting new features that weren’t available before.

For example, Xingla Pro 3 now has a Quick Finder search feature.  Before, you still had to troll through the entire drop down box to build your list.  By saving your list, you still saved a ton of time with Xingla Pro 2, but I was still haunted by the tedious process of building the list itself.

Now with the Quick Finder, you can type in a keyword relating to the type of carnival you are looking for and it will list out all the available blog carnivals for that keyword!  Then you can simply select and add to your new list, or your current one.  Yesterday, I built a list of 23 carnivals relating to “internet business” and “making money” in under a minute.

The next thing that I felt the new Xingla needed was some way to let you know when you had dead carnivals in your list.  Blog carnivals come & go, and before you know it, you have a list speckled with dead blog carnivals.  You might think you have a list of 30 but maybe only 22 of them are still active.

This is where the “Check Inactives” feature comes into play.  Now you can simply click a button and it will instantly scan your list for dead carnivals.  You will then be shown a list of the dead carnivals and asked if you want to delete them.  Pretty cool stuff if I don’t say so myself.

Other new features include a smart dupe checker to warn you that a carnival already exists in your list if you happen to be modifying your list with new carnivals.

After filling out the form fields, you can now simply press the ‘Enter’ key to begin the Auto Submit process.  Previously, you had to be careful not to do this or the “Submit” button would activate from within blogcarnival.com.  Anytime I fill out online forms, just by shear reflex, I hit the ‘Enter’ button as soon as I’m ready to submit.  Adding the ability for Xingla Pro to auto submit upon detecting the ‘Enter’ key press was a natural evolutionary step.  It’s a convenient alternative to clicking the ‘Auto Submit’ button.

The Auto Update feature has also been improved.  I noticed that in some Windows configurations, people were not always able to update smoothly.  Now it should be a breeze for everyone.  Xingla Pro checks for updates in the background when you start the app.

Also, I’ve had numerous requests to to have an affiliate program for Xingla Pro.  As of today, Xingla Pro 3 now has an affiliate program with a 50/50 split after merchant fees.  At the moment this is a $47 payout.

Finally, Xingla no longer requires the Microsoft dotNet Framework!  I rebuilt Xingla Pro from the ground up in an entirely new programming language that is Win32, and doesn’t force its users into installing the dotNet Framework if they don’t already have it.

Some of my customers didn’t have the dotNet Framework on their machines which made for a long beastly install as it auto downloaded from Microsoft and configured itself. Afterwards, it required a restart of their PC just for good measure.  It kinda reminded me of the classic double glove slap… Wap-Bap!

Xingla Pro has a sleek new look, and my testing indicates that it’s rock stable.  If you have a blog, or are running a submission service, you should check out the video on the sales page here:

http://www.KeiferSoft.com/XinglaPro

BTW – Next week I’ll be raising the price on Xingla Pro to $147.

Check This Out

Cool Internet Business Blog AlertKenton Newby has some great suggestions on automating your blog submissions in 4 easy steps.  He covers the value of submitting your blog posts to blog carnivals and has done a review of Xingla Pro as well.

Thanks Kenton, I really appreciate the feedback! 🙂

I regularly visit Kenton’s blog because it’s one of those sites where you can click into any random blog post and you’ll find great information.  Kenton has a unique gift for offering true value in whatever subject he’s covering.

Don’t just take my word for it, check out his online business blog and see for yourself.  The “Internet Basics” category is a great start.  Don’t let the category name fool you, there’s some great tips in there, even for the seasoned entrepreneur.

This guy is one sharp cookie, and I would recommend getting on his subscriber list right away.  Trust me on this one, you won’t be disappointed.

Xingla Pro Beta Results

XinglaPro Blog Carnival Submitter

The final release of Xingla Pro is ready to debut. I’ve received some outstanding feedback from those who have taken the initiative to test the software. I’ve made some big changes since the beta and I am feeling that Xingla Pro has reached the stage of completion.

Xingla Pro has an automatic update feature so users will always have the latest improvements. I’d like to thank those who participated, and you are certainly welcome to keep sending the feedback as long as you wish. I really appreciate all the useful information that you shared with me. This will enable me to give the greatest value to the users of this product.

I think that I will make this product a physical product available through Kunaki. I’ve been very impressed with the results that I’ve seen from James Brausch’s “conversion” from digital to physical, as well as others who have followed suit. The graphic pictured above for this blog post is my draft of what the CD cover will look like. I snapped this pic a couple years ago when I was in Beijing. I came across these figures as I was walking down a side street in the Bei-Hai area of Beijing. Beijing is in China for those of you who flunked geography class – LOL .

I will be submitting the software this weekend and will be run a 24 hour special at launch time. Xingla Pro is designed to save you a ton of time and automates the process of submitting to blog carnivals. At the same time, it allows you to keep your lists relevant to your subject matter so that you don’t get yourself banned from carnival hosts.

If you need serious back links and traffic to your blog, which also results in higher search engine ranking, then blog carnivals are among the best techniques for getting both. If you want to take the pain out of submitting to blog carnivals, then be sure to take advantage of the 24 hour special coming very soon.  🙂