11 retailers to friend on Facebook

If you're going to add a retailer to your Facebook feed, you want one that offers good deals with a minimum of less useful content. These are some of the best.

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Mar 20, 2012 9:33PM
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And here lies the true purpose of facebook.  Getting as much personal information about users and their friends to companies for the sole intent of marketing.
Mar 21, 2012 1:13AM
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I never joined facebook...

Saw how much time friends Wasted on it...

Another good reason not to join...

Mar 20, 2012 11:03PM
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Clink on link to article; get three layers of re-direction and the accompanying ads.
Mar 21, 2012 5:59PM
Mar 21, 2012 3:17PM
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Everyone's pushing Facebook now HARD. Even on the local news channels the pretty ladies are pushing Facebook ****.

Want a job ...need Facebook
Needs friends cause you are a POS.... get Facebook.
Got a toothache and your penis hurts ..log into Facebook and talk about it to strangers.
Depressed... get on Facebook and talk to you 547 Farmville friends that you pester all the time for stupid ****.

All due to the IPO. It is a public company now. So yeah all that information they kipe from you is now worth even MOAR!!!!

Keep feeding them. Me personally....I don't feel the need to update strangers when and what my turds look like on a moment to moment basis. And if you judge me hire worthy off of Facebook,  than more than likely your company is trash anyway and not worth working at.

Plus any social site that has you "like" anything but there is no "dislike" or he/she is a douche button is worthless and one sided. So what if 500 people think gas prices are good. How bout the 500 thousand that says it sucks right now???????

Mar 24, 2012 4:16PM
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face book sucks , why should I put any information about myself where millions of people can exploit it, just dumb
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Facebook???  They can kiss my assbook!!!  I don't get it, what's the fascination?  I'm sick of it being shoved at me from every direction.  If you want to talk to someone about a product or a complaint about a product, go on facebook???  If you want to do a check on something, go on facebook??? What the hell's the deal????????  I'm sick of -------facebook!!!  I don't want to put my life's history, or lack of it out there for every Tom, Dick, and Chaney to read about it.... And I don't make friends from the internet, some pervert hiding behind his monitor looking to steal something or pervert on someone???  When I decide to meet someone, I want it to be eye to eye or else it's not gonna happen.
Mar 24, 2012 3:52PM
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I want to see a "UN=Like"  to let others know about bad customer service.....
Mar 24, 2012 8:27PM
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Why is Facebook constantly being shoved in our faces by the media?  Am I the only preson who notices this?
Mar 24, 2012 9:06PM
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It's nice to be able to opt in to these advertisements, but I've found you can take it a step further.  If you create a separate facebook page and like these retailers as your page rather than as yourself you can keep the deals apart from your personal stuff.  I did this and I'll also share deals with those who like my page.
Mar 21, 2012 3:22PM
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To Acechuckles and the: Facebook is the future get used to it.

It's irrelevant unless you invest in it or are a stay at home mom that lives on it talking to other stay at home moms (primary market according to them) or you are a marketer targeting the masses of dimwits using it.

If Facebook is what you consider the future ...your vision of the future sucks.

Homosexual marriage is the future as well. Doesn't mean I am going to try it out.

Mar 24, 2012 10:38PM
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I don't think Abercrombie & Fitch is a friendly store. I tried to purchase some discount apparels on line, they rejected my orders without any proper reason. the only reason they gave to me is "re-sale" intent. I asked them to prove it. I purchased for my boys, what in the world I wanted to resell it? I filed complains without any response. therefore, I do not order or purchase anything from them any longer. it they want to play big, so be it.   I don't think you should praise them for their snobbishness .
Apr 12, 2012 9:06AM
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I find it rather ironic that a lot of you FB haters are so current with whats on FB??? If I dont like or disagree with something i don't regard it any longer. Y'all are just like the rest of the "social voyeur society" and deep down you can't stop being fascinated by FB! good or bad, like or hate, it's not going away.+1 for adding a "dislike button" for retailers only, and the retailers SHOULD appreciate it because then they can tailor their ads to b more productive.
Mar 24, 2012 8:34PM
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Facebook needs to take a reality pill from the corporate level.  There is no money to be made from FB except from other businesses trying to get my retail business.  No one buys retail. This company is overpriced by 25 times its current bloated value, the bubble will burst, and we can finally go back to email.  Oh, and facebook sucks.
Mar 24, 2012 8:30PM
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what do you think just commenting on this article does, let alone joining facebook???? My name is being circulated to thousands of retailers and has been added as "active" to even thousands more as you read this.... It's all a global conspiracy to send me unsolicited ads!!!!!

Mar 21, 2012 2:55PM
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Facebook is the future folks.  Get used to it. 

 

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