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How To: Find Where to Buy Products on Pinterest

According to a recent survey by PriceGrabber, 21% of people surveyed have purchased a product that they found on Pinterest. I’m sure that number would be even higher if people could actually locate the products they pin. Have you ever browsed Pinterest for any amount of time and inevitably came across something that you just had to have but it was nowhere to be found? Me too – every day! I don’t know about you, but I have definitely whipped out my wallet on more than one occasion after seeing something that caught my eye on Pinterest, only to be stopped because I couldn’t figure out where to buy it.

One major flaw of Pinterest is that users pin and repin random images lacking sources so it is difficult to track down where the product originally came from, which can be frustrating to a consumer if they are interested in buying the product.  We’re going to recommend a site that will help you solve that problem.

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Why Does Apple Score So Much Free Product Placement?

As far as weekdays go, yesterday was a pretty relaxing day. Being my day off, I plopped into the lazy chair in the living room; remote and phone on a side-table, dog and laptop on my lap. And for the better part of the day I remained a fixture in this spot while watching a handful of movies and television shows, cleaning off the DVR to make room for television shows next season.

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Google New: Learn About All New Google Products

In an attempt to help users find and use more of Google’s products and features, the search giant has launched a new website dubbed Google New.  Google New started as a 20 percent project that a few Googlers worked on to showcase Google’s products and features.

As Google states on their blog, with more than 100 blogs covering all of Google’s latest news which includes new products and features, it can be very difficult to keep up with or find the information you are looking for.  By default, Google New will show snippets from the latest blog posts in reverse chronological order, however, you can also modify the page to just show the things you are actually interested in such as AdSense, Gmail, and YouTube as well as the ability to sort by general interests including Business, Social, and Mobile.

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