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  1. Scamworld? How The Verge Wrongly Smeared All Internet Marketers

    It’s doubly disappointing that the premise of Flatley’s article was really good; stopping scammers and con men is an important and noble cause, regardless of their con of choice. It was with great interest that I began reading your feature article...

  2. Exploiting Tomorrow: As New Virtual World Features Develop, Security Struggles To Catch Up

    Sometimes the scammers are pros, in the case of the creator of RedZone. I said a few weeks ago that Linden Lab had been doing a bunch of cool stuff lately. The speed at which changes and new concepts were being pushed out had increased, and it...

  3. Avoiding Online Risks Kicking Off with the 2010 FIFA World Cup

    Scammers taking advantage of the latest breaking news and major worldwide events to distribute malware and con potential victims is a growing trend, according to online security experts. Security may not be top of mind for sports fans this coming...

  4. SearchDay | Bribing People With $50 Gift Cards: Part Deux

    Email spammers and scammers have always been a PITA, but now they're taking full advantage of Yahoo's lack of enforcement. SageLewis Bribing People With $50 Gift Cards: Part Deux SEW EXPERTS: PROMOTION & LINK BUILDING We asked what you might want...

  5. SEO Basics: Effective Iterative Keyword Research

    Many scammers will pick non-competitive keywords for a client that they're sure will get rankings, and then rely on ranking reports to prove results and demonstrate SEO success. The value of any SEO effort lies in the keywords you choose.

  6. SEO Standards Signal the Maturing of Our Industry

    In Jill's original article, she argues that there are laws to protect people from scammers. I was actually following up on a SMX West panel I was involved in with three other panelists who also provided their opinions on the need for SEO industry...

  7. BusinessWeek Article Offers Look at Net Censorship in China

    The article reports that the Chinese government has more than 30,000 people who "prowl Web sites, blogs, and chat rooms on the lookout for offensive content as well as scammers. The BusinessWeek article: The Great Firewall of China, by Ben Elgin...