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The Future Of Buying Through Facebook

The Future Of Buying Through Facebook

So far you can poke, like and comment, but what if you could buy groceries too? Facebook is gradually becoming a place where you can purchase goods, and as the social network’s user base swells past 600 million, more companies are seeking a piece.

February 1, 2011 By Parmy Olson

Where to get high quality carpet for cheap carpet prices

Where to get high quality carpet for cheap carpet prices

With all the advertising gimmicks on TV these days boasting "TODAY ONLY!" special deals, it can be confusing and stressful to shop for new carpet or flooring. Why the stress and anxiety now days? Isn't shopping for new flooring supposed to be FUN...

November 3, 2010 By Joseph Zago - TCG

The Meaning of Flowers

The Meaning of Flowers

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July 28, 2010 By pam

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