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What Google Doesn’t Want you to Know About Panda

Despite all the conversations about what Google is looking for when indexing pages, there is still one thing that they are completely focusing on:...

Epic Accused of Stealing: Says Accusation is Bogus

ADOTAS - Considered a major privacy violation since a University of California, San Diego study publicized the practice last year, history sniffing or stealing refers...

Lead Generation Can Drive Job Growth

My company is focused on generating consumer leads on the Internet. My typical client is a company selling their services or products through a...

Investors Leery When Affiliate Nexus Tax Bills Pending

Many online marketers are looking to take their businesses to the next level by seeking outside investments. However, pending legislation in many...

Affiliate PayPal Taxes & Asset Protection Strategies

As you may know, this year PayPal will start reporting the income received by many affiliates via the PayPal. While this is limited only...

Are Affiliates in Danger Legally from Affiliate Networks?

Affiliates need to pay attention; your affiliate network’s actions could get you in some serious trouble. If you think that as an affiliate you can just put any advertisement up, regardless of what it’s advertising, regardless of the claims, you are seriously wrong. Affiliate Networks already have a history of throwing their affiliates under the bus when it comes to lawsuits and blaming “rogue affiliates.” If you are making money from affiliate marketing, you need to examine whether your network is going to cause you financial harm or send you to jail.

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Breaking: Google and Doubleclick Exposed as Major Financial Partners with Fake News Sites

The top-10 most credible ad firms accounted for 66.7% of ad traffic on fake news websites, and another 55.6%% ad traffic on low-quality websites.

Inside Instagrams Affiliate Plan

Good news: Instagram has upped its game once again from a creators point of view. In the rush to make the platform...

Congressional Commerce Subcommittee Democrats Seek to Advance FTC Act 13(b) Reform Legislation

On May 27, 2021, the House Energy and Commerce Committee’s Subcommittee on Consumer Protection and Commerce sought to advance H.R. 2668, a...

Feds Charges First Person Under Covid19 Scam Laws

A St. Louis-based chiropractor became the first person charged under a new federal law aimed at protecting Americans from fraudulent COVID-19 claims. Eric...

Supreme Court TCPA ATDS Ruling a Big Win for Telemarketers

On April 1, 2021, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a unanimous decision in the matter of Facebook, Inc. v. Duguid that is...
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