Peanut Board – The Longboard Skateboard for Kids!

August 11, 2015 by  
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It’s already a winner at half way to their goal. It’s safer than a standard skateboard. It is a child sized board that is wide and more stable. The wheel is lower in the center and it better for a child who wants to sit or lay down on the board. The boards come in natural wood, white board or chalk board. They can design their board over and over again. Jordan is not new at this, he is experienced in creating skateboard that people love. Now it’s time to go into production and manufacturing.

Purpose boards are back in the news with their new venture that is a SAFE LONGBOARD for kids!

Get yours and support them here
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Interview with Kyra Williams of TheGoodDeal.co.uk about Classified Ads

December 18, 2014 by  
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Interview with Kyra Williams of TheGoodDeal.co.uk about Classified Ads

Online classified ads are very popular nowadays. Everybody uses them to look for a flat to rent, to sell a second-hand car or to find a new job. They might all look the same, but they are not!

How can a classifieds website be different? We talked about this with Kyra Williams of www.thegooddeal.co.uk  , the new classified ads website powered by the Padawan Group, an international company with over 20 similar sites all over the world.

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The Evolution of Hot or Not

January 26, 2014 by  
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Hot or Not

Starting a website with one idea and then changing It over time is usually a lose-lose situation. Many time when a website does this, it loses all it’s original fans and has a hard time gathering new fans. This is not the case with Hot or Not.

Hot or Not was originally a photo rating website. People would upload their photos and readers who visited the blog could rate the hotness of each photo. Real people submitted read photos. It was organic and fun. Your rating would quickly show up and you could see how other people voted. Read more

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