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Monthly Archives: December 2011

Facebook’s Risky Ad Move


Facebook has announced that it will start putting ads in the news feed, a move that will grow their advertising inventory many-fold. However, it’s a very risk move that might actually end up harming them. A screenshot below shows an ... Read More »

AWeber Holds Data Hostage?


According to Blogger “EarlGrey”, of, he has an issue with AWeber. The issue: that he can’t pay his bill because of a debit card problem and because of that his account has completely been locked, and they don’t accept ... Read More »

Lessons from Angry Birds

ADOTAS –  The team behind T-Mobile‘s Angry Birds Live commercial gained recognition when their recent efforts spread like wildfire on the internet, achieving 8 million views of the video. Even the behind-the-scenes footage made an impact, with 140,000 views. The success was no mistake ... Read More »

Clickbooth FTC Raid…Not


Last week there were rumors that Clickbooth, a major affiliate CPA network had been raided by the FTC.  This included anonymous posting on several message boards by someone claiming that he had knowledge of a raid. However, despite the rumors ... Read More »

Clef two-factor authentication