Posts Tagged ‘PeopleFinders.com’

People Search Results From Google Zeitgeist 2012

Wednesday, February 27th, 2013

Each year, Google analyzes the data from over one trillion searches completed across the globe using its search engine. This zeitgeist breaks down the data into several categories and provides the top 10 trending queries for each category. Lists are provided for the entire world, as well as broken down by country so that comparisons can be made as to what search queries were popular in one country compared to another, as well as compared to the rest of the world.

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Valentine’s Day – A Tale of Two Camps

Wednesday, February 20th, 2013

There are very few days of the year that are as divisive as Valentine’s Day, with most people falling in one of two camps. There are those that look forward to it, and celebrate it fully. They embrace the idea of celebrating love and believe in Cupid and all that he has to offer. On the other side of the fence are those that think that Valentine’s Day is a manufactured holiday by the greeting card, chocolate, and flower companies. They feel that it is a way to generate extra money, and not only a personal affront to those who are currently not in a relationship, but that it is mean and cold-hearted for those that are single.

Valentine’s Day can be particularly difficult for those struggling to get over a lost love. While recent break-ups can be that much more painful on Valentine’s Day, it can also make people think about all the relationships they had in their life. In some cases, the most painful to remember are those where it feels like the one kindred spirit, the love of your life has gone. Instead of focusing on the pain and negativity of losing this person, Valentine’s Day can be the perfect nudge to finding and possibly rekindling that romance.

 

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Celebrate Safer Internet Day

Wednesday, January 30th, 2013

The internet has managed to permeate every aspect of our lives and that presence can be quite awe-inspiring. But it can also be quite dangerous. With the insurgence of smart phones, the World Wide Web is in everyone’s pocket. Connecting with loved ones has never been easier with email, social media, and video calling. The internet should be free and open, but not at the expense of your safety.

When it comes to children and the internet, vigilance is the key. In several studies, there is quite the generational gap in understanding the power of the web. Most teenagers, children, and senior citizens admitted that they wanted to know more about the internet and how to be safeguarded.

Safer Internet Day is an annual holiday that promotes the safe and responsible use of online technology and mobile phones among children and young people. It will be held on February 5th, 2013 as a worldwide push to show people how to navigate the internet safely with these helpful tips.

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The Power of Property Search Public Records

Wednesday, January 16th, 2013

Are you in the market to buy a residence? Whether you’re looking to buy a house, apartment, or condominium, you owe it to yourself to do the work and ensure that you’re getting the property you think you’re getting. If you have a great relationship with a realtor, you can rest assured that you’ll get quality information from them. However, their job is to sell houses, and your job is to learn everything you can about a property before you buy it.

Consider the simplicity of online public records from PeopleFinders.com with vast amounts of information about property searches and background information on housing, neighborhoods and more.

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Protecting Yourself From Identity Theft

Wednesday, January 9th, 2013

It is easy to become overwhelmed during the holidays. There are parties to be on time for, a long list of presents to buy and wrap, not to mention the responsibilities of your actual everyday life. It is tempting to shop online because of the convenience and low prices. However, this is prime time for hackers to take advantage of your busy schedule and lack of time. If you aren’t careful, if you don’t stay vigilant, identity theft can happen to you. One simple slip or a thoughtless mistake may result in a big headache later.

Identity theft is a problem with a multitude of damages. The repercussions of this issue can linger for years and in the worst cases, it can leave you ruined financially. Attempting to take back your identity is very difficult, so prevention is really the best option.

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Be Your Own Detective

Thursday, January 3rd, 2013

On January 6, 1854, a literary character was born. It was some years later before he was recorded in print, but the character born on that day has reshaped the way the modern world has looked at a detective. Sherlock Holmes, I presume?

It wasn’t until a story set in 1914 suggested the birth of Sherlock Holmes, placing him at age 60. At this point in his life and career, he had solved several crimes and endured many terrific adventures with Dr. Watson. To this day, Holmes and Watson remain popular figures in both contemporary culture as well as the literary classics offered in novel and short story form from Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

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USPS Letters to Santa Program

Tuesday, December 18th, 2012

If you celebrate Christmas, chances are good that you have written at least one letter to Santa in your life. And if you have a child, chances are good that you sat down with your child to write at least one letter to Santa. The only difference is that as an adult, you know full well that the letter is not going to be answered by anyone.

But what if it was? For 100 years, the United States Postal Service has been making children’s holiday wishes come true through the Letters to Santa Program.

Starting in 1912, local postmasters and postal employees started responding to some of the letters to Santa sent by children each year. In the last 60 years, however, the program has taken that good deed one step further as postal workers, working with charitable organizations, businesses and individual citizens have tried to make a difference in the lives of thousands of children each holiday season.

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The tradition of sending annual holiday cards to friends and family is a great way to send greetings to people you see all the time but it can also be a great opportunity to reconnect with those friends and family members you may not see very often or with whom you may have lost touch.

Sometimes it is difficult to keep holiday card address lists up-to-date as people move but, with PeopleFinders.com, you can use the address search feature to track down the addresses for people whose addresses have changed over the past year and that way, you can be sure that your holiday greetings will always be delivered.

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Find People That Served This Veteran’s Day

Wednesday, November 7th, 2012

Together you served your country, accomplished amazing feats, and built a relationship like no other. Take time to find and reconnect with old military friends this Veteran’s Day with assistance from PeopleFinders.com.

PeopleFinders is a valuable resource to help find people, including vets, in all areas of the country. From current addresses to background checks, it is possible to access a wide assortment of information to rebuild your friendship. Chances are they are wondering where and how you are also. Don’t let another year go by without searching for those who are on your mind.

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Find People for Disputes and Trials

Wednesday, October 24th, 2012

When it comes to minor legal disputes, sometimes it’s up to you to take control of the situation and build a case in your favor. From small claims court cases to hit and runs, use the resources on PeopleFinders.com for gathering information about a person.

A quick search on PeopleFinders allows you to find people and obtain public records or other vital details about someone who may be able to help with a case. Get information on an individual’s marital history, criminal records and current residence. Build a case or find a witness in just a few simple steps.

Steps to Find People

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