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Radio UserLand 8.1

Radio UserLand is a unique and powerful web publishing and weblog tool.


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Total downloads: 155
  • Last Updated: Jan 5, 2009
  • License: Shareware $39.95
  • OS: Windows XP/2000/98/Me/NT
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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Radio UserLand is a Internet software developed by UserLand Software. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Radio UserLand:

Brothersoft Editor: Radio UserLand is a unique and powerful web publishing and weblog tool with advanced features such as an integrated news Aggregator,

Anyone wishing to blog about more than one area of Interest will appreciate Radio's Category Feature. Every Copy of Radio will support an unlimited number of categories and each category is, in essence, a separate weblog with its own URL address and its own independent RSS feed. Radio also permits multiple authors to contribute to a community weblog via the Multi-Author Weblog Tool. Want to update your weblog via email? You can do that too.

Suitable for personal or business users, Radio UserLand is one of the world's most popular weblogging tools, but it is also much more. Radio comes loaded with features that are easy to use and designed to help you customize your online experience, harness the awesome power of the Internet, and accomplish more in less time.

Download Radio UserLand today and begin experiencing the power and pleasure of personal web publishing. After your free 30-day trial period, Radio costs only $39.95 per year complete with site hosting and 40 megabytes of storage.
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