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Facebook Official Or Hoax?

On May 26, 2016

We use Facebook to make things official like births and weddings, but just because you see an announcement on Facebook doesn’t means it’s official.

Tech

Facebook rolls out new design for news feed

On June 17, 2013

Facebook is slowly rolling out changes to your news feed, but this new design may not leave you grumbling like all the other changes. Unlike previous design updates, this layout one is intuitive and easy to figure out. It allows you to customize your feed based on your interests and viewing habits. I think the new design features a cleaner…

Tech

Facebook settlement email is legitimate, but there are some catches

On January 29, 2013

Emails are appearing in Inboxes alerting you to a cash settlement involving a Facebook lawsuit, but many people are dismissing the email thinking it’s a ripoff. ¬†Before you hit delete, read the fine print. You are entitled for up to $10. The lawsuit settles an issue with advertising of your photo in a sponsored story. As part of the deal,…

Consumer News / Consumer Tips

Cash for your feedback

On May 1, 2012

We all want a little extra cash, but how much time are you willing to invest for the chance of winning something? At the bottom of most cash register receipts, the store asks you for customer feedback. If you take the survey on the phone or online, you could win a prize. Sometimes, it’s up to $5,000. The constant surveys…

Consumer News / Consumer Tips / Saving money

What will you do for $5?

On April 15, 2012

Need some spare money? Have a unique talent? How would you answer the question — “I will _____ for $5?” If you have a service to offer, and want to buy one for $5, Fiverr might be for you. It’s the latest marketplace allowing you to buy or sell your services, only this site charges a flat fee of $5….