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Free Online Adveriting Starting Today At 104inc.com

Posted by 104Inc.com on November 28, 2008

My last article contained some exciting news. As I mentioned, 104inc recently launched an exciting Free Online Advertising service which gets your website submitted, listed and linked to Thousands of 104inc branded websites and hundreds of search engine optimization (SEO) web link directories.

For more information visit:

http://www.104inc.com

You may be asking yourself… WHY would I want to take advantage of this free new service? Well… here’s why, you get:

Automatic submissions into thousand of 104inc websites.

* Permanent web links help you achieve better rankings in the search engines.

* A steady increase in your links will occur because the submission process is professionally done over several months — just what the search engines love to see!

The end result is that this is free marketing that will drive traffic direct to your site in multiple ways … You get traffic from the web related websites AND over time you will get a nice boost in your search enginges ranking. This service will have a positive lasting effect on your website and business.

For more information or to get started click here now:

http://www.104inc.com

The Free Online Advertising Service gets you PERMANENT LINKS – something that every website business needs to succeed!  Just visit 104inc.com and register today to start driving more visitors to your business.

main site: http://www.104inc.com

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New plan to spur consumer lending

Posted by 104Inc.com on November 28, 2008

The Federal Reserve and Treasury department have announced new plans to inject up to $800 billion into the U.S. economy –
with the goal of reducing the costs and making it easier for consumers to get mortgage and other consumer loans.
The new program includes plans for the Fed to purchase up to $600 billion in mortgage-backed securities from Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and the Federal Home Loan Banks. The other $200 billion will be made available to investors who back other consumer loans – including credit card, student and auto loans.
These investments are designed to take a large portion of consumer debt out of the market and, in turn, support continued and increased consumer lending opportunities to eligible borrowers.

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