Monday, March 10, 2008



Give it to MoneyExchange and watch it go.

RevolutionMoneyExchange is an easy way to transfer money between accountholders—anytime you are online. Pay a friend back for dinner without hitting the ATM. Give a roommate your half of the rent without writing a check. Send a sibling cash to cover your half of mom’s present —without mailing a thing. Sound easy? It really is easy to transfer money between RevolutionMoneyExchange accountholders. Start by signing up for an account. It’s easier than you think.

RevolutionMoneyExchange is an easy and secure way to send and receive money online for FREE.

FREE to register for an account
FREE to add money from your bank account
FREE to send money
FREE to receive money
FREE to request money
FREE to electronically transfer money to your bank account
A transaction fee applies for check withdrawals ($2.50 per check), check stop payments ($20 per check), paper statements ($5 per statement), ACH returns ($35 per returned ACH), and overdrafts ($35 per overdraft).

Revolution Money Exchange accounts are handled by First Bank and Trust, Brookings, SD. First Bank & Trust is a state chartered bank and is a member of the FDIC and a part of Fishback Financial Corporation.

Sign up through my referral email before March 31, 2008 and RME will deposit $25.00 into your RME account to get you started. In addition, they will deposit $10.00 into your RME account for every referral you give them which results in a new account before March 31. Contact me at for your referral and any additional information.

Revolution Money Exchange is great news for all online Sellers and Buyers! You can find them at; but PLEASE sign up through my referral email, which RME will send to you upon my request. I have a special gift for each new account that signs up before the March 31 deadline through my referral only.


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Craigslist Making Gains In Classified Market Share

Traffic to classified advertising site Craigslist has steadily
increased over the past year. Hitwise has an interesting analysis
about the sites growth.

U.S. visits to Craigslist were up 93 percent year over year last week
and in the Hitwise Classifieds category Craiglist properties, grew
137 percent. The site ranked #23 last week based on share of U.S.
Internet visits, up two spots from a month ago and six spots from
three months ago.

Hitwise attributes the growth partly to increased awareness of
Craigslist. Heather Hopkins writes," The search term 'craigslist' was
the fourth highest volume search term last week, based on share of US
Internet searches, beat out only by 'myspace', 'ebay'
and ''. The search term accounted for one in every 357
queries last week. Searches for 'craigslist' overtook searches
for 'youtube' in September and for 'mapquest' in July."

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Saturday, March 01, 2008


With the latest fee increases and other changes at eBay, many eBay Sellers and Buyers are searching for alternate sites to display and buy their wares.

Our current suggestions are at several sites on which we now list, having left eBay as Sellers several years ago:

We will also be listing items in the very near future at:

See the latest Auction Site Count at the Forum at:

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EBay Sees Growing Risks to Business

EBay sees growing risks to business in coming year
Friday February 29, 6:07 pm ET
By Eric Auchard

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Online auction leader eBay Inc
(NasdaqGS:EBAY - News) warned in an annual report on Friday that it
faces difficulty getting former customers to return, adding to the
normal challenge of attracting new users to its sites.

In its annual shareholder filing with the U.S. Securities and
Exchange Commission, eBay cited a variety of new threats to its
business that reflect "changing customers demands."

EBay acknowledged that its main auction business faces slowing growth
in each of its top three markets.

"We face challenges in the U.S., U.K. and Germany, which are our
three largest markets, as growth of listings, active users and GMV on
the platform in those countries has slowed," the company
said in the regulatory filing.

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