Stores, nonprofits open websites to advertisers

As more shoppers go online, more sellers are looking at new ways to maximize the money coming in from their websites. Minnesota Public Radio reports Target and Best Buy are among online retailers now using targeted advertisements based on shoppers' search entries.
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As more shoppers go online, more sellers are looking at new ways to maximize the money coming in from their websites. Minnesota Public Radio reports Target and Best Buy are among online retailers now using targeted advertisements based on shoppers' search entries.

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