"I added the widget to the header of my blog at www.GreatGospelVideos.com It was extremely easy to do. I just logged into the nichewidget membership area and created the widget. I chose the size based on where I wanted it to go on the blog. In this case I chose the header so I used the 728x90 size. I then added the code to the header php and uploaded it to the website. It took less than 5 minutes total. I hate to sound like Paris Hilton but 'THIS IS HOT!'"
Keep in mind that first release of any new software always seems to be like extended beta testing and Niche Widget does have issues.
For one thing, sign up is confusing. But once you're signed up, the widget control panel is dead simple. Installing on your blog or website is also pretty simple.
Right now, NicheWidget is in the middle of what's called a soft release.
"We do that to shake out the bugs and make sure we can handle the traffic."
"Before Wednesday, Feb. 20, I'll announce the Grand Opening of the Niche Widget." Soft release is ending soon! The Grand Opening Sale will last until March 31, 2008. During that sale, all products will have promotional prices of between$6 and $10 - David hasn't decided yet. Then, they go back to regular pricing.
That will be more than 1,000 products - and up to 2,000 by the end of March - that can be purchased for less than $10.
Remember, it's Niche Widget. That means you can customize it to any niche you are currently involved in promoting.
Listen, if a site centered around Gospel can use this, then so can you and you can do it for Free!
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