Logo Mojo Review – Logo Design and Brand Identity to Set You Apart From The Rest

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A high-quality, creative logo is imperative for anyone trying to effectively market and grow their small business. Logos are the first thing people notice – particularly for online businesses – so it’s vital that your logo be original and make a memorable first impression. Logo Mojo, a website that specializes in logo design for small businesses, understands that and has a staff of in-house designers whose job is to come up with a professional, effective logo that is just right for you.

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Credit Sesame Review – Free Credit and Debt Management Tool

credit sesame logoWhen it comes to getting a loan for just about anything, whether it is for education, debt consolidation, a mortgage, or anything else, how do you know that you’re getting the best deal? How do you know that a lender has your best interests in mind? It’s kind of hard to trust the “big banks” these days, or, frankly, anybody else for that matter.

To help find a solution to these questions, I took a close look at a fairly new service called Credit Sesame, and it seems that it really succeeds in putting many of these doubts to rest. And it does it for free.

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The Grocery Game Review – Match Coupons to Sales For Maximum Grocery Shopping Savings

Limited Time Offer: Click here and sign up for The Grocery Game using coupon code SAVINGS2012 to get a six-week free trial for new members.

The companies who produce coupons are counting on you to buy things you don’t need by luring you in with a discount. But you can substantially reduce your grocery bill if you step up your extreme couponing skills, and learn how to match coupons to sales on items that you use most often. But since this can take up a lot of your valuable time, is it worth all the effort?

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The Coupon Clippers Review – Find & Buy Grocery Coupons Online

If you’re new to the world of extreme couponing, you probably don’t have weeks of coupons saved up yet, but you’re taunted by listings on The Grocery Game for sales on items you use frequently. “Oh! If only I had the coupons for those items!” you lament. Well, some industrious ladies in Florida have got you covered.

The Coupon Clippers gathers a vast array of coupons and provides them for purchases that can be used towards thousands of different items. Prices are very reasonable at usually about 10-20% of face value of the coupons. There are also usually over a thousand of each individual coupon available, so you can stock up big time! I’ve made two purchases from them and received the coupons very quickly with no issues at all.

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Microsoft Xbox 360 Kinect Review – Worth the Price?

Xbox Kinect ReviewBlack Friday is just around the corner and that means it’s time to think about that Christmas budget again. Who do you have to buy for and how much are you going to spend on each person? With the economy in the shape it is currently in, many budgets are smaller this year than in the past.

One hot item this season is the Xbox Kinect. The big question is whether the Xbox Kinect is worth your hard-earned money for that “gamer” on your gift list. Well, let’s get right to answering that question!

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Swagbucks Review – Is Swagbucks a Scam or Legit?

Limited Time Offer: Click here and sign up for Swagbucks using sign-up code MONEYCRASHERS to get 70 free Swagbucks to start off with.

I must say that when I first went to the Swagbucks website, I was a little confused and somewhat skeptical. It mentioned things like being a “premier rewards site” and a leading online search engine. But if they were a search engine, then how does one generate the rewards from? And why have I never heard of them? Well, it turns out that Swagbucks is indeed pretty legit.

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Book Giveaway! Be Thrifty: How To Live Better With Less Book Review

Cover of the book "Be Thrifty"Tightwads everywhere try to show each other up on how much their organic garden has grown, hipsters dress exclusively in charity-shop finds, and it’s practically “New York cool” to make your own pickles. But for most people, these frugal activities are just a small corner of their lives, with the rest of their lives displaying a significantly less disciplined financial lifestyle. So how does one begin to learn how to live a truly thrifty life?

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Macbook Air Review – Is It The Future Of Laptops?

macbook airLast spring when the iPad came out, I said to myself, “Okay, I guess that means they’re getting rid of the Macbook Air.” Why? Because when the Macbook Air first came out, it didn’t have anywhere near the response that the iPhone or iPad had in terms of amount of sales in record-breaking time. A lot of people did the “Oooo and Ahhh” about the razor thinness of it, but questioned if it was a solid laptop solution for people who had heavy computing needs. Well, I was obviously mistaken about Apple getting rid of it in their product line. Instead, Steve Jobs came out yesterday and said, “The Macbook Air is the next generation of Macbooks.”  This didn’t sit well with some of the Mac-heads that rock a 17″ Quad-Core Macbook Pro tricked out with a 2 terabyte hard drive and 8 GB’s of RAM.

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