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Should I use an old domain or a new domain?

6th May, 2009 - Posted by James Briggs

Should I use an old domain or a new domain? I'm thinking that it might be a good idea to buy an old domain so that my site ranks faster. If the site I buy doesn't have very many links or the links it has are unrelated to my topic should I still buy the site? Or should I should start from scratch with a new domain?

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The Google Blog Network Massacre - Blog Networks Deindexed

26th May, 2012

That's what I was thinking to. Doesn't editor status give them the ability to delete EVERY single article I have on my site?

FTC plans to regulate bloggers, but what does it mean for me?!

11th October, 2009

After Glenn Beck went on his rant about the $11,000 fine and connected it to the "attack on conservative radio" they backed off the $11,000 fine. Now they are saying that they will send you repeated warnings and take your blog down only if you don't...

FTC plans to regulate bloggers, but what does it mean for me?!

2nd September, 2009

I looked back through the material again. I probably combined some stuff from their program with another program, I just can't remember what it was. There are some similarities (the before and after pictures, using testimonials, CNN/ABC news, etc. etc.) with those flogs, but not enough for me...

FTC plans to regulate bloggers, but what does it mean for me?!

31st July, 2009

I just wanted to add that the acai berry controversy that caused the FTC to step in was basically caused by "Commission Blueprint". They are the creators of the honest blog technique used in those acai berry/colon cleanse/weight loss websites that you see everywhere now.

FTC plans to regulate bloggers, but what does it mean for me?!

31st July, 2009

"I'm not a lawyer and I don't live in the US so I don't come under FTC regulation." It doesn't matter if you aren't a US citizen. If you're customers reside in the US then you are under FTC regulation. Even if that were true. Clickbank will still be held liable for what you do if...

Should I use an old domain or a new domain?

6th May, 2009 - Posted by James Briggs

Should I use an old domain or a new domain? I'm thinking that it might be a good idea to buy an old domain so that my site ranks faster. If the site I buy doesn't have very many links or the links it has are unrelated to my topic should I still buy the site? Or should I should start from scratch with a new domain?

Read Full Entry | 4 comments

The Google Blog Network Massacre - Blog Networks Deindexed

26th May, 2012

That's what I was thinking to. Doesn't editor status give them the ability to delete EVERY single article I have on my site?

FTC plans to regulate bloggers, but what does it mean for me?!

11th October, 2009

After Glenn Beck went on his rant about the $11,000 fine and connected it to the "attack on conservative radio" they backed off the $11,000 fine. Now they are saying that they will send you repeated warnings and take your blog down only if you don't...

FTC plans to regulate bloggers, but what does it mean for me?!

2nd September, 2009

I looked back through the material again. I probably combined some stuff from their program with another program, I just can't remember what it was. There are some similarities (the before and after pictures, using testimonials, CNN/ABC news, etc. etc.) with those flogs, but not enough for me...

FTC plans to regulate bloggers, but what does it mean for me?!

31st July, 2009

I just wanted to add that the acai berry controversy that caused the FTC to step in was basically caused by "Commission Blueprint". They are the creators of the honest blog technique used in those acai berry/colon cleanse/weight loss websites that you see everywhere now.

FTC plans to regulate bloggers, but what does it mean for me?!

31st July, 2009

"I'm not a lawyer and I don't live in the US so I don't come under FTC regulation." It doesn't matter if you aren't a US citizen. If you're customers reside in the US then you are under FTC regulation. Even if that were true. Clickbank will still be held liable for what you do if...