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TVaddict.com – A Blog About TV’s Best And Worst

TVaddict.comA research conducted by Berkeley UC a couple of years ago revealed that Americans spend an average of 170 minutes daily watching TV or movies, and that’s certainly more that most people spend talking to their loved ones or doing basically any other activity, which in turn allows to infer that TV is a big part of anybody’s life, so it only seems fair that one should want to be updated and informed on what’s going on in the screen and behind it. If you can relate to this concept, you’ll probably enjoy this blog about the most popular TV series, where you can read about what’s going to happen in the future episodes, how the audience ratings did on last night’s show, and some spoilers as well.

 

So, go on and subscribe to this site feeds using the wide variety of channels it provides, supported in the most heteroclite selection of subscription platforms ever. If you still want to go on reading, the blogroll which you will be able to find under the ‘Links’ tag will come in very handy, plus user submissions to be added to the list are welcome, so you might as well submit your blog if you want to. But reading and watching embedded videos is not all you can do here: as we all know, the broadcasting companies have a hideous tendency to cancel well loved shows which are not an immediate success, and if the apple of your eye has suffered such unkind treatment, you can sign petitions or get banners for your site to show your support, plus TVaddict.com carries a store where you can get merchandise and some really nice T-shirts you’d probably wouldn’t be able to find somewhere else. TVaddict.com

VISIT: http://TVaddict.com

Author : Steve Dixon

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Nbizz.com – The Easy Way To eCommerce

Nbizz.comWhatever your idle hands or mind are good at doing, the internet is the place to sell them, which you probably know by now if you’re using an auction service like eBay or uBid. The good news is that you will be able to increase your sales numbers and revenue levels if you create your own eCommerce site to match your merchant account; the even better news is that you won’t have to look further to find a company to build it while delivering a trustworthy and robust service which includes everything from web design or templates to SEO, marketing and internet coaching.

 

They also offer Mall of America memberships so that users can import products directly, and set up merchant accounts to allow clients to accept credit cards. A detailed catalogue of products and services is available through the site, with examples and prices included, alongside an extensive portfolio of Nbizz.com’s client sites, though it seems it hasn’t been updated since 2000, in as much as the sites don’t look web 2.0 at all. Hopefully they’ll do some maintenance in this area sometime soon… Nbizz.com

VISIT: http://Nbizz.com

Author : Steve Dixon

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