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Internet Researcher Finds Home Business Treasures


Fenton, MI - ( May 24, 2006 -- Most of the great internet freebies vanished years ago. But relentless researcher David Anthony from has found 199 commercial-grade free tools to help make your home business look and run like a Fortune 500 company. has published David Anthony’s findings in a new directory called ’Amazing Free Tools Directory’ which is broken down into six categories: Marketing Tools, Web Site & Internet Tools, Authoring & MultiMedia Tools, PC Security & Utility Tools, Communication Tools and Miscellaneous Resources.

The directory lists marketing software to automate sales, find new markets, track ad campaigns, spy on your competition and get listed in the top search engine results page. Webmasters can create Flash menus and complete Flash web sites, offer a live support & chat system, simplify operations with a total e-commerce solution and even display live audio and video feeds without plug-ins. The creative home business owner can create PC product or training videos then stream them on their web site without plug-ins, use the 500 built-in templates in the MS Publisher clone, generate graphics like a Photoshop professional, create high-level PDF files from HTML, RTF or MS Word clone, publish podcasts and even get your PowerPoint presentations to talk.

“I am still surprised what you can find free on the internet. Top-notch software that some companies charge $40, $50 or more can be owned absolutely free with no ads, no spyware and no gimmicks,” says researcher David Anthony.

The 199 tools can help home business owners, webmasters, web designers, product developers, audio/video producers and anyone who wants to secure their personal computer and its information.

’Amazing Free Tools Directory’ can be downloaded for $17.00 at


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