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  1. 5 New Website Vulnerabilities Straight from Black Hat & DEF CON

    Send a print job with the firmware that has a special command and control center and a tunnel connector readied. Update the printer with your firmware on the print job. Are you making enough money off these ads to make them worth your site security?

  2. FTC Tightens Online Disclosure Requirements

    In fact, I see them as more stringent than the traditional requirements for print advertisements. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) released its new .COM Disclosures standard on March 12, tightening considerably the requirements for disclosure...

  3. A Few Lessons I Learned About Online Writers Down on the Content Farm

    Writing for the web isn’t like traditional journalism; in fact, those who seemed to have the toughest time adapting came from print journalism. It’s a small site that sells full rights and limited usage rights articles for use online or in print.

  4. Rupert: Pass the Media Giant on to Younger Minds

    Advertising is the smart play -- consolidating old school broadcast and print advertisers and telling them it's time to adapt to the new generations. These sites exist through banner ads and other forms of advertising.

  5. Google Dropping Radio Ads, Selling Radio Automation Business

    The dropping of Print Ads last week and search box from Gmail, now this, will Susan Wojcicki, VP of Product Management be having a garage sale? Spring has come a little early for Google, as their spring cleaning continues with the dropping of radio...

  6. SearchDay | How to Communicate SEO Value

    Full story » Print version Full story » Print version Previously, graphical ads were restricted to CPM (cost per impression). AdBrite Adds CPC Option for Banner Ads Posted by Nathania Johnson Nov 24, 2008 Advertising network AdBrite is now offering...

  7. SearchDay | Selling SEO During an Economic Downturn

    Full story » Print version Full story » Print version Full story » Print version Full story » Print version According to the Google AdWords blog, here's what you can look forward to: Image picker: You can now choose from previously uploaded images...