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|– The comments section on all websites is located at the bottom of the content. But with the help of Highlighter, your site’s visitors will be able to leave comments right next to the content. Highlighter is a WordPress plug-in that will enable your site’s visitors to highlight any text and leave comments on it. This will better engage you with your visitors and with each other.|
|Fitango – Having a goal is one thing, and achieving it is completely separate. More than often the bridge between the two is a well-thought action plan. Fitango is a web service that helps you achieve your goals by providing you with expert-created free action plans. Categories range from nutritional and fitness to spirituality and savings. Read more: Fitango: Get Expert Created Free Action Plans|
|Ajax Animator – The Google Chrome Web Store may just be days old, but there are some gems that you can find already. Just check out Ajax Animator, a cool HTML5 web app that allows you to create and edit animations on-the-fly. This simple animation tool is also a great beginner’s app for young animators. Once installed, start by drawing on the canvas and adding layers. You can add elements for every frame in each layer. Read more: Ajax Animator: Browser Based, Simple Animation Tool (Chrome)|
|– People who fly a lot and use different airlines often find it hard to track flight miles for each airline. Consequently they are not able to take advantage of their free miles and end up paying for tickets they could have got for free. GoMiles is here to ensure that never happens again. GoMiles is a free to use website that will help you keep track of all your airline loyalty programs.|
|Resume Builder – is a free online service created by the LinkedIn Labs team that helps people turn their LinkedIn profiles into nice looking resumes which can then be easily downloaded and printed. This could turn out to be a pretty useful service for those who’ve built detailed LinkedIn profiles. Now they can have all of that transferred over to an offline paper resume in one click. Read more: Resume Builder: Create A Resume From Your LinkedIn Profile|
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