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Wednesday, September 08, 2004
 
Somacon Helps Yahoo Store Owners On Froogle
As Jennifer Laycock at Search Engine Guide explains, setting up your online store to work with Froogle can be quite daunting. Apparently, you need to set up a special feed that Froogle can read and can be updated daily. For owners of small sites, this can be more than they are capable of. Yahoo Store owners now have Somacon, a service which for just $.20 per submission will do all the work for you. Since daily submission is typical, site owners can expect a maximum monthly payment of $6.20. Not bad for all the traffic Froogle can bring. Now lets see Somacon expand to more than just Yahoo stores.

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