All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Scheme’

Liberty Reserve Founder Indicted On $6 Billion Scheme

A $6 billion scheme has been uncovered by U.S. authorties today that indicts the founder of Liberty Reserve and others involved in the scheme. Wired reports that the $6 billion scheme that was just revealed today in court documents is the largest international money-laundering scheme ever prosecuted. This was the result of Liberty Reserve serving as the hub in which …

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Don Lapre, Famous Internet Marketer Commits Suicide

Don Lapre was a famous and infamous internet marketer who committed suicide over the weekend while waiting in jail for his trial. Lapre had been arrested for 41 counts of conspiracy, mail fraud, wire fraud, promotional money laundering, and transactional money laundering. Lapre started his business in 1990, based around credit repair. Soon after he began selling booklets, helping people …

Read More Plays Referrer Stats Games

While it is common, nowadays, to whine how Google shouldn’t tell people how to make money with their websites (like selling links), this time Microsoft has done the same.

Lately, it’s been noticed that spams the referrer logs of the websites, claiming that it is only about quality check.

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Understanding Color In Your Designs

Most people can grasp the basics of getting the right colors in the right places and ensuring that you are following simple principles when you are designing an item for print or designing a web site.

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Microsoft Exposes Google AdSense Scheme

Mistyping a URL in the address bar of a browser can lead to a ring of traffic-stealing “typo-squatters” that ripoff the AdSense for domains system at the expense of Google and its advertisers.

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Scoble’s Obesssion with Google is Good News

If even a small percentage of Microsoft employees take him seriously (and many at least read his stuff), then this will only serve to help Yahoo.

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Why Asset Management Is Not A Get Rich Quick Scheme

When you are considering asset management consider what it takes to learn the field before you attempt it yourself. What I mean by asset management is more complex than just balancing your check book (although that is part of it).

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Watch Out For Tsunami Relief Email Scams

The millions of dollars donated by individuals to relief efforts in Southeast Asia have brought criminals and scammers out of the woodwork, US government agencies and private anti-fraud groups warned last week, reported.

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Location of Global Navigation for Optimal Search Engine Indexing

Reader Question: I’ve been told that I should put my navbar (navigation bar) on the right side of my Web site (or use a table trick to get the same effect) so search engine spiders will read my title and text first, and the navbar last. Is that necessary for optimum search engine positioning?

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Choosing A Color Scheme

When you begin the design of your web site, one of the first things you need to do is decide on a color scheme. Although choosing colors seems like a relatively easy proposition, it’s not easy at all. In fact, it’s hard.

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Subdue Your Color Scheme

A Site Review Of By Julian Tandy of

Let me start this review by saying that I am based in Europe where 56K modems are the norm and broadband is unavailable for most users. I therefore always have download speed at the top of my agenda for websites and Gaslamp Org passed my first test with ease. The site downloaded quickly enough through my slow gateway, the home page is a mix of text and images so I knew what I was getting whilst waiting for all the images to download.

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Site Review:

The Gaslamp Quarter is a 16 & 1/2 block area in downtown San Diego. We are a nonprofit charged with marketing the area and bringing business to our merchants. Our site receives between 30,000 and 40,000 visitors a month seeking information on Gaslamp Quarter businesses and events.

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