At E-junkie.info, we feature numerous merchants, business ideas, products, artists, bloggers, authors, websites and several projects. This has helped us in building relationships with many creative, talented and inspiring people. We would like to dedicate this page to all those wonderful people around the web by sharing few links where they have talked about E-junkie.info or shared our articles and have helped us in reaching out to new people.

Revision Fairy

"E-junkie.info provides helpful resources and announcements for both online and offline entrepreneurs."
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"E-Junkie.Info is the blog for E-Junkie.com  – the extremely popular site that allows you to sell your information products online and/or allows others to sell your products as well or vice versa."

Firepole Marketing
"Best of the Web."

PR Web
"Each week, E-junkie features promising entrepreneurs, innovative and creative e-commerce merchants, websites, leading bloggers and small business leaders."

Geeky Stuffs
"E-junkie is a leading blog about small business and start-ups, having lots of amazing articles. It also features people, blogs and enterprises doing outstanding in their field."

Network Solutions
"Written in a fun, casual style, this blog has something for everyone, including inspirational entrepreneurial stories, how-to info for bloggers, and useful (sometimes brutal) product reviews. Plus e-junkie.info keeps you up-to-date on the latest news relevant to ecommerce entrepreneurs and social media hounds. Just for kicks, take a look at their e-Scientist page where e-junkie’s “scientists” discover the craziest things found online, like a portrait of Jimi Hendrix made from 5,000 guitar picks."