DOWNLOAD Web Automation, Part 1: Let The Web Do The Work

automation1 300   DOWNLOAD Web Automation, Part 1: Let The Web Do The WorkLet the web do the work. A wide variety of tools are dedicated to saving you time. From email to social media to your own website, you could be wasting time doing things free services could do for you, automatically. Getting these services working takes a bit of knowledge, time and creativity, but they almost always pay off.

Interested? Then it’s time to read “Web Automation, Part 1″ by author Rahul Saigal. This guide outlines uncounted tips for automating your online life, all in the name of saving you time. To quote the guide’s introduction:

“Some say necessity is the mother of invention. Nonsense. I think laziness is the mother of invention. Our ancestors invented things too, didn’t they? Mankind develops new technologies quickly, all to make our lives simpler and more comfortable. Simple is just another word for easy, however, so you could argue we made such great progress because we didn’t want to do quite so much work.”

Laziness is good. It’s time to let the web do the work. Download this guide today.

DOWNLOAD Web Automation, Part 1
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This amazing free guide outlines:

  • Using filters and rules to automatically manage your email
  • Automatically unsubscribing from newsletters
  • Automating repetitive replies to save time
  • Automating posts on social media, and when that is or isn’t okay
  • Scheduling social media posts in advance
  • Analyzing your social media followers
  • Monitoring the web automatically with custom RSS feeds and notifications

DOWNLOAD Web Automation, Part 1
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Kulwinder Rouri

Wow, Another cool guide. This will going to save some time. I think it is more interesting, because it is divided in two parts

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Rahul Saigal

I am happy you liked it..wait for part 2..there are 3 more chapters left

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Abdullah GD

Nice, Good your work

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Eric Wilborn

Looks interesting… I’m going to have to check it out.

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Harish Jonnalagadda

Thanks a lot, just found ifttt and it is awesome!

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Rahul Saigal

You are welcome

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Shmuel Mendelsohn

This is one of the many guides which is a “must have!”

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Rahul Saigal

Thank you Shmuel..wait for part 2..you will definitely like it

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Mark Alsisto

DL it!