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Snapcash – Snapchat To Let Users Send Money Electronically

on November 18, 2014 | Snapchat | Comments (0)
Snapcash - Snapchat To Let Users Send Money Electronically

Snapchat has made a move not many people would have expected – you can now send money to your Snapchat friends thanks to an integration with company – Square. Called Snapcash, users will be able to electronically send money to their Snapchat friends in a fast and simple way. Watch this promo video the Snapchat team […]

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How to Make Money Online as a Freelancer – and Hire Quality Remote Talent

on June 22, 2012 | Internet | Comments (1)
How to Make Money Online as a Freelancer - and Hire Quality Remote Talent

Freelancing online is a relatively new idea that has grown significantly with the rise of the internet over the past 10 years. Although freelancers have been around for some time, using the internet to get more business is a quick, efficient and productive way for freelancers to expand their reach, client base and earn more […]

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XXX Domains are Here

on December 7, 2011 | Internet | Comments (3)
XXX Domains are Here

XXX domains have now been released and available for purchase through major Domain Registrars. There has been a fair amount of controversy over xxx domains as it’s been argued that ICANN and the ICM Registry are just doing this to make more money. Which seems hard to believe right..?? Some adult companies are actually in […]

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Money Blogging: Tips to get approved by BuySellAds Network

Money Blogging: Tips to get approved by BuySellAds Network

A great way for Bloggers and Publishers to make money, is from Ad Sales Platform – BuySellAds.com. BuySellAds is an online marketplace for buying and selling Website Advertising. Usually this is in image display advertising but there is also the option for text based ads. The most popular image display ads purchased and sold are […]

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Twitter and Tumblr raise VC funding

on December 20, 2010 | Tumblr Twitter | Comments (0)
Twitter and Tumblr raise VC funding

Twitter and Tumblr have both recently secure additional venture capitalist funding from Silicon Valley VC firms. Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers has put in around $200 million to Twitter giving the company a valuation of around $3.7 Billion. Spark Capital, Sequoia Capital, and Union Square Ventures have reportedly put in $30 million to Tumblr. This […]

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Google: The numbers

on September 20, 2010 | Google | Comments (0)
Google: The numbers

Sometimes is seems like Google is taking over the web. Everywhere you turn there is some kind of Google service. It’s interesting to have a look at Google’s history and how the company has grown. Have a think about the following Google statistics: – In 1996, Google has 25 million pages in their search index. […]

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Facebook gives users 25 free Facebook credits

on August 15, 2010 | Facebook | Comments (0)
Facebook gives users 25 free Facebook credits

Many users have been given free Facebook credits to buy social games. It seems Facebook is pushing these products further as some gaming developers are making huge money out of the games/ apps. Users are also able to purchase gifts for other users (eg when it is someones birthday) but this feature will actually be […]

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Reddit in money trouble

on July 12, 2010 | Reddit | Comments (0)
Reddit in money trouble

Social Bookmarking service Reddit has recently had a bit of a slump in earnings and they are looking for people to help. In a blog post titled ‘Reddit needs help’, the company has explained they have 4 engineers that are really stretched to just keep the site working properly – with outages and slow performance […]

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MySpace Google Agreement up for Renewal

on July 7, 2010 | MySpace | Comments (0)
MySpace Google Agreement up for Renewal

It is believed News Corporation is in discussions with Google, Microsoft, and Yahoo about replacing MySpace’s search engine advertising agreement. Google has the current agreement which is expected to expire in August. The agreement is $300 million/ year in revenue for MySpace and it very unlikely they will get anywhere near this figure going forward. […]

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