Prohibition Deja Vu? U.S. Says No To Online Gambling

Over the weekend congress quietly approved a bill that effectively makes online betting illegal in the United States. The bill makes it illegal for U.S banks and credit card companies to make payments to online gambling sites. The legislation was added to an unrelated bill by Republican Representative Jim Leach of Iowa. While not a big gambler myself this law is ridiculous and a slap in the face to civil liberty.

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Click Distance: Site Structure And SEO

Quadzilla at SEO Black Hat ran an interesting seo experiment on click distance and how it affects ranking. In case you don’t know, click distance is the number of clicks it takes to get to a page on your site from the home page. While it certainly isn’t the most scientific experiment you’ll ever see I think the results make sense and I’ve noticed similar things on my own site.

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Toolbar PR Update In Progress?

Seems like we can all get excited again over something meaningless. There might be another toolbar PR update going on as has been asked about, worried about, and predicted since the last update. Lots of hype ahead about the update and much ado about nothing really.

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Understand A Social Network Before You Join

A couple of days ago I was talking about social networks and how they can be a valuable resource to your website and business. One thing important to remember with networks is that each is different. As communities develop they form their own rules and their own internal language and before you join one it’s a good idea to understand how they operate and what makes them tick.

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Feedvertising Offers WordPress Bloggers Another Way To Earn

Own a WordPress blog? Like to make some extra money? Then Feedvertising might just be for you. The folks at Text Link Ads have created this new system that allows you to rotate text link ads or your own ads in your RSS feed.

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