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Voters Can Now Register Through Facebook In Washington State

Voters Can Now Register Through Facebook In Washington State

By Zach Walton July 17, 2012 | 8 Comments

Voting is the most important right we can exercise as Americans. Regardless of your political leaning, it’s super important that you show up to the ballot boxes this November. Unfortunately, many people will skip on their most supreme responsibility for …

Yahoo Sports Kicks Off Fantasy Football

Yahoo Sports is starting off the 2007 fantasy football season with a user generated contest searching for the most inventive touchdown celebration.

China Chills On Blogger Registration

A surprising turn of events could mean the Chinese government will not require bloggers to provide their real names to a central registry.

Google Korea Asks For ID

In America, Google’s SafeSearch can be disabled with two simple clicks of the mouse.  Not so in Korea – the search engine giant will, starting in August, require that users enter their name and a national resident registration number in order to conduct “searches of an adult nature.”

Utah Law Bans Competitor Keyword Bids

The Utah State Legislature has passed a Trademark Protection Act that creates a new type of mark called an electronic registration mark; it probably will not survive a Constitutional test according to the state’s own general counsel.

SEO and the Presidential Candidates
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A recent article posted on Slashdot looked at various website design points of the top 6 Presidential Candidates.

Domain Registration Loophole

It’s always satisfying to learn something new about an industry, and today brings to light a marketing practice, I never knew existed.

AP explores a loophole with domain registration
, which allows anyone to return a registered domain name within 5 days and get a full refund. This has led to hundreds of thousands of domain speculators and search arbitragers registering domain names, testing which ones do well for type-in traffic, and getting a full refund on any duds.

Adobe Labs Testing Social Newspaper
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MyFeedz.com launched quietly in ‘technology preview’ mode from Adobe Labs recently, offering a web-based application that learns from the visitor’s reading habits to continually improve the information it presents.

Web Design When The End-User Is A Person

As more and more of the world logs on to Web, we know that now is not the time to experiment with design, or to assume what works in the real world works in the virtual world. It’s time to apply what we know works, and what works is entirely dependent upon the end-user.

Yahoo! Directory Registration

SEO Question: Is a Yahoo! Directory registration worth it? How do I know what directories are worthwhile? What directories should I submit to? Do you have any good site submission tips?

More Expos Giving Bloggers Credentials

I hear that CES this year is going to sign up bloggers as press for the first time.

Last Day Registration for PubCon Las Vegas!

So, you are going to PubCon next week, right?

Analyticstool.com Review

A marketing rep from AnalyticsTool.com sent me an email this past week wanting me to check out their free analytics product.

Facebook To Offer Open Registration

Facebook may have its eyes on the prize – the social networking site, which was at one time open only to college students, intends to open its doors to everyone else, as well. This move could help Facebook reach MySpace-like levels of popularity, but many bloggers think that current users will resent the change.

Make Registration Forms Irresistible With Personality

You can create an irresistible offer by humanizing the registration process. Help your potential registrants know that you are real, caring people behind the scenes.

Google Code Jam 2006 Registration is Now Open

Google has once again launched another Code Jam contest and registration is now open — Registration for Google Code Jam closes September 5, and the qualifying round begins on the same day.

Newspaper Drops Online Registration

The Houston Chronicle had required users trying to visit its pages to provide demographic information before proceeding, but has tossed that process in an effort to build traffic.