Marsedit 3 Latest Release from Red Sweater

Today red sweater released Marsedit 3 a desktop blog editing software for the Mac. Ever since I discovered this software I’ve used it primarily for all of my blogging endeavors.

One of the draw backs of versions prior to version 3 was the ability in WordPress to edit pages, now you can. For previous owners of version 2 there is an upgrade fee.

In this new version we have either Rich or HTML text editing, I’ve always used html before. Now it will be nice to see just how well the rich text editor performs.

More cool new features enable us to insert images from iPhoto, Aperture, Lightroom or from our Flickr libraries.

While I’ve mentioned the software for WordPress it also works with:

  • Squarespace
  • Typepad
  • Movable Type
  • Blogger
  • Tumblr

and many others. I use it with Drupal and really liked it because I already had access to posts, pages, story, and book content pages.

In a nutshell if you’re serious about your network marketing blog plus you’re a mac owner you really want to check this software out from Red Sweater.

4 comments… add one
  • Jeff T May 6, 2010 @ 18:11

    I’m hoping that you’ll help me understand something

    (I hope that I’m not mis-quoting you, but….)

    “you said to watch out for plans that force you to front load or back-load”

    after some light researh I foundout that front loading is a way of qualifying for company incentives and perks, albeit artificially, but I still don’t know what backend loading is

  • Jeff T May 5, 2010 @ 7:42

    I have been reading your blog on and off off for at least a month now and I wanted to take the time to say “thanks” for sharing your articles and experiences with us,

    you can be sure that I will be comming back

    Jeff Toohey

  • Glenn May 5, 2010 @ 10:11

    Hi Jeff,

    You’re welcome and do come back. Some post will have nothing to do with network marketing, while others will.

  • Glenn May 6, 2010 @ 18:40

    Hi Jeff,

    The question is off topic from the post but,

    Backend loading usually comes from your up-line more than your company. At times it appears just like front end loading. It could come in form of tying an individual into additional resources that also just happen to be affiliate programs for example:

    Lead generation system, courses, websites, auto-responders etc…

    Often these items while nice to have, generally most people do not need them or will have a need for them in their first year or two.

    I’ve seen a few up-lines refuse to work with people if they have not purchased everything they’ve asked them to, with no concern at all for the individuals budget.

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