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    Perl Archive : Community Builders : Bookmarks
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    This section deals exclusively with giving away free home pages, web space, building repeat visits by offering free services, etc.
    Home Pages,Picture Galleries,Guestbooks,Site Statistics,Bundled,Web Sites,Bookmarks,Counters,
    Free For All Links,Classifieds
     
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      Interactive Bookmarks   

    Save to Personal List   Rate this Listing   Review This Listing   Recommend this link to a friend   Report Broken Link  
     Price: 19.95

    Using this CGI Perl script you can attract more visitors providing them with Interactive Bookmarks service and increase CTR of the banners you serve. Users can store, annotate and arrange their bookmarks using multiple categorized folders. These categories are used to serve highly targetted banners based on currently selected folder's category. Categories and banners can be easily edited via admin script. Standalone script for servicing categorized banners at any page of your site also included.

     (Added: Tue Aug 10 1999 Hits: 1021 Rating: 3.00 Votes: 2)

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       


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