Lemonade-stand sales strategy hits social networking sites

09/10/2007 | NYTimes.com

Companies such as Buy.com are pushing forward with technology that enables users of MySpace, Facebook and other social networking sites to sell products on their personal pages. Connecticut-based Lemonade will launch a service today that allows users to set up a "lemonade stand" on their pages that offers a variety of items from retailers ranging from Zappos.com to iTunes. Subscribers are paid whenever a visitor to their page clicks on one of the product links.

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