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PostSecret

January 28, 2013

It's the most viewed non-commercial site with over a million hits a week. People send in their secrets on a creative postcard and have them posted on the website called PostSecret. What has made the website even more popular are the videos that are posted, videos that are created in Pittsburgh. We take you on the road to meet the creator of PostSecret as well as some local people who have made PostSecret so popular.


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It's the most viewed non-commercial site with over a million hits a week. People send in their secrets on a creative postcard and have them posted on the website called PostSecret. What has made the website even more popular are the videos that are posted, videos that are created in Pittsburgh. We take you on the road to meet the creator of PostSecret as well as some local people who have made PostSecret so popular.


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