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Iyapaway.com – Get What You Want For Free

Iyapaway is a social site that’s been created to let people buy the things they want by paying less for them. If you join this site and become a member of the Iyapaway community, you’ll get to lower the prices of all the items you’re keen on by using Yap-bucks. That’s the site’s currency, and you earn them when you connect with other members of Iyapaway. You don’t have to pay for them, you’ll...

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RefinerLink.com – Social Network For Oil Refiners

Is being extremely niche a good or a bad thing? Does that make a site interesting and noticeable, or does it shut off from mostly everybody? This new social network will make you think about that like little else. RefinerLink has been created to let oil refiners connect and interact in a setting which’s free both from clutter and distractions. This site’s been mainly built as a way to let you follow industry buzz, and find...

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TheBlogFrog.com – Build A Community On Your Blog

Topic-based bloggers who are having trouble building up a loyal fanbase, this is the one service you’ve been waiting for. BlogFrog enables bloggers to do nothing short of creating a parallel network for these readers that are interested in what’s being discussed on their blogs. That’s done with one aim in mind, namely letting people who take to contributing to a blog be able to reach out to every single other visitor...

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MyCreek.net – Meet New People Online

Do we need yet more social sites? Well, if you seem to think we do, then a visit to MyCreek.net is in order. The site enables just anybody to create an online profile listing who they are and what they do, and use that as the point of reference from which to connect with the world at large. That can be just anyone – people they have known all their lives, people who they knew a long time ago and that they had lost contact with...

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DoodleMat.com – Social Site For Students

As I am sure you know (specially after the Oscar-nominated movie that was released to great fanfare last year), Facebook was originally conceived as a place in which students could connect with each other. It all grew from there into the social bastion that it is today. But it all began as a network for students to stay in touch with each other. And occasionally, people are tempted to revisit these roots. That is why every now and...

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