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(don’t bother deleting this topic. it’s cached)
and finally the source of HTML code. every footer’s affected.
now, I wander whether cache of the search engines constitutes a valid reliable source? and if so should the WikiPedia entry on BrowseHappy.com be updated (including the Matt’s rollback of the previous ‘hack’)?
bubel, new .com fora mod let it out, “there is no published rule…” to be expelled from the link farm. and contnues,
We are not limiting your freedom by doing this. This is not censorship, as your blog is still available in every shape and form.
I wonder if anyone not banned yet could tell those sheep that:
else why do you delete posts, tags* and close the whole topics in the fora? are you paid per deleted post/tag/closed topic? if so then you should ask Matt for an addition to your salary.
article on MySpace in English WP has a nice subheading ‘Revenue model‘:
MySpace operates solely on revenues generated by advertising as its user model possesses no paid-for features for the end user. Through its Web site and affiliated ad networks, MySpace is second only to Yahoo! in it its capacity to collect data about its users and thus in its ability to use behavioral targeting to select the ads each visitor sees.
On August 8, 2006, search engine Google signed a $900 million deal to provide a Google search facility and advertising on MySpace. <…>
Companies such as Slide.com, RockYou!, and YouTube were all launched on MySpace as widgets providing additional functionality to the site. Other sites created layouts to personalize the site and made hundreds of thousands of dollars for its owners…
unfortunately, the very poorly edited entry on wordpress.com lacks this important heading. its importance is due to the fact that Automattic places Google ads on the personal blogs hosted at .com is cunningly passed over in silence at sign up.
anyway, for a potential wiki editors Root came up with a very succinct definition of wordpress.com’s business model. just two words: Google’s bitch!