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There is no getting around the fact that online shopping is popular nowadays. In fact, it is so popular that it has led to a large extent to the demise of the brick-and-mortar music store and the book store. Also, there is no getting around the fact that there are still many items that people prefer buying in person such as shoes for example; and that there are also a great number of people who prefer buying things from real locations rather than from virtual stores on the web. It is for these people and these types of items, that Milo.com was created.

Milo.com was founded by Jack Abraham to make local shopping easy by combining the ease and convenience of shopping online with the tactile experience of walking the aisles of a local store to try out items before purchasing them. Milo.com does this by searching local stores for the real time prices and availability of the items you are interested in. It serves the needs of the costumer by giving them the knowledge they need to shop wisely; and it also serves the needs of the stores by giving them an online platform to display their wares.

To  accomplish this mission, Milo.com does real-time checks of more than 50,000 stores to confirm that items are in stock and how much they cost. Milo.com earns revenue by claiming affiliate commissions whenever someone shops in a store that Milo.com referred them to. Last year, this system earned the company more than $1 million.

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