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The Shopping Cart...the netwebly guide to the global shopping spree...

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Wal-mart question before we begin.

What are these guys doing in the small business category?

The answer is simple.

The same thing they've been doing across america (and more recently in other parts of the world) for the past quarter century....


Powell's Books

Earth's largest bookstore?

You can be excused if you think the honor goes to Bezos and company. After all the web's largest retailer does list what is probably the most extensive collection of titles available.

But in the real world, a sprawling book shop in Portland, Oregon lays claim to the title.

Powell's got on the Net quickly - not in time to prevent Amazon from capturing the market - but quickly enough to ensure a beachhead for the nation's independent booksellers, many of whom are discovering that online sales are the best thing to happen to them since the big chains came calling.

Why should you care?

Because if a site like Powell's says they have a book in stock you can generally take their word on it


When the Net first began gaining in popularity, the buzz was about all of the free stuff you could find online.

Literally hundreds of sites appeared offering links to free software, tickets, memberships and anything else people could dream of giving away.

The tradition is alive and well at Freeshop.

The site provides links to thousands of such sites, giving Net bargain hunters as much as they can handle. You'll find plenty of stuff you'll want (read freebie magazine subscriptions, giveaway trial products) and plenty you'll want to avoid (see strings attached).

Free your mind and your credit card will follow

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