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For those of you who love browser toolbars, expect more options soon. Conduit, a company that lets web sites make their own, customized toolbars is letting its clients add a couple more features now. Sites can both syndicate their content to other sites that have Conduit toolbars, or include content from those sites.

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Google, Yahoo and many, many other companies have their own toolbars, but these options might keep more people using Conduit. (Note: this form of toolbar is not to be confused with the in-browser toolbars used by Facebook, Digg and other services). Conduit already has some 60 million active users and 200,000 toolbars. And, the company says it’s profitable, via a deal with Google. It gets paid by Google to displays Google’s search box in every toolbar.

Here’s our previous coverage of the company, and some links to Conduit sample sites.

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