MOBILE, Ala. - With many companies now Googling prospective employees, many people want to wipe their internet slate clean. But is it possible to erase your internet history entirely?
It's easy to deactivate and lose your social networking sites like Facebook, Instagram, or Linkedin. But getting yourself off the internet entirely could be impossible. However, there are new websites that promise to clear your internet 'footprint'.
One site is reputationchanger.com . Another is reputation.com . Just be aware, the only way to truly ensure there's nothing online that you don't want someone to see is to always post with discretion.
Facebook has announced the "Facebook Card". It's a reusable gift card that can be purchased for friends from Facebook to popular places like Target, Olive Garden, and Sephora.
After buying the Facebook Card, your recipient friend is immediately notified, and will receive their new gift card in the mail a few days later.
If you're interested in giving the gift of football tickets, now may be the time to get a deal on tickets to the big game. The average price is just under $2,600. However, the folks at tiqiq.com , which pulls together different ticket prices, say that between now and the big game day, ticket prices can fall to $1,000, maybe even less.
One thing is for sure, no seller wants to be stuck holding those tickets in the end.
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