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- A free college classified site that aggregates listings from niche college marketplaces across the country. Uses Google maps to feature microregional searching, integrated with Facebook, and has...
- StepRep allows you to monitor, manage and build your online reputation. StepRep searches websites, blogs, twitter, social containers and photo and video sites.
- Collection site where users can post things they collect, have, or want to trade. Uses RapLeaf as a feedback and reputation system.
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