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Cityware.com Travel Resources now accepting booking.

To all fellow entrepreneurs out there, let me introduce my new obsession (investment) http://www.cityware.com/ Travel Resources, booking for airfares, hotels, cruises and vacation packages. The price is comparable to existing travel websites, ofcourse managed by small team to maintain lower operating cost.

The business is ideal for domain entrepreneurs diversifying your domain traffic from traditional PPC to a fully developed website.

Just like other affiliates, every customers that book their flights, hotels, cruises and vacation package. You as partners will get your commission. This is good for your travel or leisure domains, don't rely on your PPC revenue. This is a complete travel agent website for you or add-on to your existing website.

See our website e.g. http://www.cityware.com/ to book your trip.

My investment is $499 including first month hosting ($45/mo) of travel agent website. If you're interested to have your own travel services added to your existing business, please use my team referral link:
http://www.ytb.com/cityware

To book your trip:
http://www.cityware.com/

This is addition to my http://www.northamerica.net/ Travel website. By the way, we are currently developing NorthAmerica.NET portal to provide state to cities news, local business and travel services. This will be in my next blog.

Thank you.

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