Stuff Hound Blog starts to use ChangeDectection

July 3rd, 2015

Stuff Hound Blog starts to use ChangeDetection.com to see if it will help this blog to get indexed, and indexed more rapidly.  It used to be that this blog was indexed more or less instantly by Google.  But in the recent past the posts made here either never showed up in Google until recently one post made it into the search engine index.

Here is link from Change Detection change log is supposed to show the changes made to the main page at StuffHound.com Blog.  It will be interesting to see how often the link resource detects and what kind of information Change Detection provides.

Possibly if Change Detection actually detects alterations to this page other pages on the main StuffHound.com could possibly be included in the Change Detection site for fun to determine interesting stats.  We’ll see.

Check out StuffHound.com today.  It’s a potentially powerful social shopping site for people that shop and buy locally and those that sell in brick and mortar businesses around the United States.

OK, the first time this blog was posted the Change site was typed up as Change Direction when it should’ve been Change Detection.  Daaaaaaaa

Here’s an example of saving money using StuffHound.com

July 2nd, 2015

Are you ready for this.  If you were to use Stuff Hound you could save some serious bucks if that’s your sort of thing that you get into.

StuffHound.com examples.

At WINCO you can buy Kerr Quart (32oz) Wide Mouth Mason Jars  12 Pack for are you ready for this, drum roll please, $10.48.

Down the street at Kmart you can buy the very same identical Stuff for, once again ready or not here it comes, $17.98.

I’m not finished yet.  At Amazon you can fork over $24.99.  What a deal.  NOT!

I don’t think it takes a rocket scientist to figure out which place offers a better value for a dollar.

It also doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out by using Stuff Hound you and your friends, family, coworkers and others can have some fun and save some serious cash when it comes to shopping online for local brick and mortar deals.

Don’t believe me?  Check out StuffHound.com today and see the power tools that await both customers and merchants to use Stuff Hound as their own personal Amazon type shop and buy local site.

Happy shopping.  At least those that get on the Stuff Hound social shopping network band wagon.

$20.00 oil change Everett Washington

July 2nd, 2015

Looking for a inexpensive $20.00 oil change in Everett Washington? Look no further. You can find such a deal at Budget Auto Center on Everett Mall Way in of course Everett.  This is the regular price and not a sale.

You can check out the page here at Stuff Hound $20.00 oil change Everett Washington.

StuffHound.com members including customers that buy Stuff and merchants that sell stuff can do some of the following when it comes to chopping locally and buying locally in old fashioned brick and mortar businesses like:

List Stuff for sale

Find Stuff for sale

Share information about Stuff for sale with others

Form shopping clubs to help other like minded shoppers to find Stuff locally.

Make buddies/friends and share Stuff info

Follow particular Stuff to get sale alerts

Order stuff online and pickup in the brick and mortar store

Search and browse local stores inventories

Merchants can:

Upload hundreds or thousands of inventory items all at once.

Each item gets its own web page.

Items are indexed by Google and other search engines.

Buy from producers

Producers can:

List Stuff they sell locally anywhere in any brick and mortar.

Ultimately customers can save time, money and hassle using Stuff Hound to shop locally.

Merchants can make money by selling locally online and get foot traffic in their brick and mortar business.

Think of Stuff Hound as your buy local Amazon.

Check out StuffHound.com today.

Happy shopping.