Looking for blogs with PR

A website owner is looking for blogs with a PR between 2 and 4 to place his link on these blogs for $3 per link. Details are as follows.

hello,

Im a website owner we are looking for link building for our site, we are willing to pay USD3 per link per url minimum PR on each is PR2 and above, the deal is permanent, for the start we are looking for 50 unit first if this working out great we might continue for some more work.

Interested? Please post your blog URL in the comments along with the PR. List as many of your blogs with PR as possible. I will collate the information and send it to the person. He will contact you shortly.

    40 thoughts on “Looking for blogs with PR”

    1. Does anyone have any pointers? I am in an seocontest and I am looking for help with Yahoo ranking. Does anyone have any really good tips to help with Yahoo ranking in particular. My site has rss feeds, a blog, and many backlinks and triangulated links, a great deal of constantly updated content. But still no go.

      Here is my site at http://shopautodotcaseo.tripod.com

      Keep in mind this site is only built for ranking in search engines, I know that it is hard to read because the background is so dark but I made it like that on purpose.

      Also if anyone would like a link exchange, I can offer you hundreds of backlinks on my seocontest blogs in exchange for good PR links.

      Appreciate any and all help! ( And if you have any great Google or MSN tips, let me know too! )

    2. I’m having trouble with Page Rank 0 “blog like” websites purposely linking to my website even after I asked them to remove my link.

      They will NOT remove my links and I was wondering if this could be the reason for my PR dropping? Can these mass produced PR 0 “blog like” link websites cause my PR to go down even if I’m not linking back to them?

      I noticed none of them are even relevant to my website and have TONS of links posted to other websites in no particular order. They look like advice blogs but turn out to be mostly links of other websites that have nothing to do with the blog.

      Are they purposely doing this to harm other websites?

      If so, is there some way these website can be reported?

    3. I’m new to the whole affiliate marketing and IM thing. Any tips? It’s hard to find relevant blogs with a decent PR for my niche that I can guest post on (or maybe I need to look harder).

      Should I just look to buy a program and spin and submit articles?
      Dougie, what you’re looking for is people who keep coming back to your website. What I’m looking for is people who just come for the review. I just need to be ranked higher on Google. noFollow links may be of some help to you, but they wouldn’t do me any good.

    4. For over twenty-five years, Republicans have promoted the myth of voting fraud to argue for restrictive voting laws—but Bush’s own Justice Department found virtually no organized voting fraud. Now McCain is attacking ACORN in order to justify a frenzy of lawsuits making it harder for Obama supporters to vote.

      Here’s what he’s not telling you:

      The only fraud committed was against ACORN itself. ACORN hired 13,000 workers to register a remarkable 1.3 million new voters. And a few of them turned in registration forms with inaccurate and even made-up names to get credit for work they didn’t do. ACORN fired them and turned them over to the authorities.

      ACORN reported the fraudulent registration forms. In most states, ACORN is required by law to submit all forms collected whether they appear to be bogus or not—that way election officials, not partisan groups, can make the call. ACORN flags cards that may not be legitimate. And in many places, the charges of fraud only came up because ACORN was the one who flagged the cards!

      This won’t have any impact on the election. No one is allowed to vote unless they are properly registered. And there is no evidence of false registrations actually leading to organized voting fraud.

      We can’t let false charges of voting fraud distract us from the very real voter suppression campaign that is already well under way.

      Republicans are looking for typos on voter registration forms, threatening to challenge homeowners facing foreclosure, and falsely warning that voters with outstanding traffic tickets may be arrested if they go to the polls.

      Sources:
      “States’ Actions to Block Voters Appear Illegal,” New York Times, October 8, 2008
      http://www.nytimes.com/2008/10.....oting.html

      “Check-off box delays thousands of voter registrations,” Denver Post, October 14, 2008
      http://www.denverpost.com/prev.....i_10713377

      “ACORN defends efforts amid voter-fraud allegations,” Associated Press, October 14, 2008
      http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/200.....oter_fraud

      “In 5-Year Effort, Scant Evidence of Voter Fraud,” New York Times, April 12, 2007
      http://www.nytimes.com/2007/04.....fraud.html

      “The Truth About ACORN’s Voter Registration Drives,” ACORN
      http://acorn.org/quickfacts

      “Group Answers Charges of Voter Registration Fraud,” New York Times, October 14, 2008
      http://thecaucus.blogs.nytimes...../14/acorn/

      “Voter Group Admits Mistakes, Defends Work,” ABC News, October 14, 2008
      http://www.moveon.org/r?r=3124.....x&t=5

      “Is there ACORN fraud in Florida?,” Orlando Sentinel, October 15, 2008
      http://www.moveon.org/r?r=3123.....x&t=6

      “‘Fraud’ vs. ‘Suppression’,” Politico, October 14, 2008
      http://www.moveon.org/r?r=3124.....x&t=7

      “Democrats fear GOP will turn away foreclosed voters; GOP won’t rule out using residency change to challenge a ballot,” Indianapolis Star, October 3, 2008
      http://www.moveon.org/r?r=3123.....x&t=9

    5. NFL has to bench Vick now
      By Terry Frei
      Denver Post Columnist
      Article Last Updated: 07/19/2007 10:06:43 AM MDT

      About Michael Vick …

      Suspend the jerk.

      I tend to be a contrarian, and I tried not to join the bandwagon on this one. Among many other things, I was going to ask: Didn’t the Duke lacrosse mess remind us that charges in a grand jury indictment aren’t automatically true? In a market in which many of us justifiably excoriate Barry Bonds as a disgrace, yet many fans and (even more disgracefully) newspaper writers still portray Bill Romanowski as a charming rogue, can’t we at least wonder about our adjustable standards?

      Those still are points to ponder. But the disturbing information in the federal grand jury indictment against the Atlanta Falcons quarterback and three others is overwhelming. Vick is

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      convincingly linked to the horrific dogfighting operation on his property in rural Virginia, mocking his “Who, me?” claims of innocence.
      This is not a dishonorable district attorney taking advantage of a malleable local grand jury. It stems from a careful federal proceeding, and the paucity of leaks was such that there were erroneous reports in recent days that Vick wouldn’t be indicted.

      Under the NFL’s heightened off-field conduct standards, commissioner Roger Goodell has been willing to judge in advance of the frequently glacial legal system, and that’s another justification for him suspending Vick. He’s done it before, and everyone understands that it’s now as much a part of the NFL system as instant replay.

      Yes, I believe the worst. Vick is a scumbag. The Falcons even would be well-advised to suspend him before Goodell has to step in.

      On Wednesday, I called my brother, David, in New York to get his perspective. Why? He followed our father into the NFL, working as a public-relations executive with both the Broncos and the 49ers before moving into his own PR agency and the restaurant business. He also is the longtime television analyst on the Westminster Kennel Club and National dog shows, and he now is the full-time director of communications for the WKC. He and his wife, Cheri, walk their Brittany spaniels on the Upper East Side and are involved in programs utilizing dogs in hospital therapy work.

      “Michael Vick and people like him in all of this – and I guess we need to say ‘allegedly’ – are supposed to be great warriors,” Dave said. “They should understand that having a dog fighting to the death is not what a warrior is all about, especially if they’re the ones making it happen. The reality is people look up to these guys.

      “We’re going to hear that it’s the ‘culture’ and those kinds of things. Well, it’s not a ‘culture’ to have a loyal, brave and courageous animal fight to the death so we can be entertained or gamble on it. That’s not what entertainment, that’s not what being a warrior is all about. It’s sickening.

      “What about all these kids out there in those number 7 jerseys? You’re going to tell them that it’s OK? It’s a proven fact that someone who’s involved in animal abuse as a youngster, as they get older they’re more prone to be involved in domestic abuse – or worse. They don’t have any regard for living things. Those people who are involved are all cowards.”

      In 2006, the WKC’s “best in show” winner was a colored bull terrier, Rufus. The unfortunate offshoot of misuse and irresponsible breeding of bull terriers is that the “pit bull” label often is indiscriminately applied, even in local laws that ban specific breeds – as Denver does. Fact is, while the United Kennel Club registers an “American pit bull terrier,” it’s more of a contrived term than it is a specific breed, and the more predominant American Kennel Club doesn’t follow suit. “Pit bulls” – the dogs used in fighting, or simply as an alleged confirmation of an owner’s “toughness” – are mixed breeds, most often starting with a Staffordshire bull terrier as a base.

      “There are some cities in this country where Rufus can’t go,” Dave said. “But I’ve been all kinds of places with this dog and he loves everybody.”

      Yet the bull terrier and the offshoots, Dave said, at first were “bred to be protectors. But because they’re loyal and courageous and tough, if they fall into the wrong hands, people can redirect those personality traits and that temperament to be aggressive. It’s too bad, because they can be the most loving, happy pets. But we’re walking down the street in New York, and there are too many of them. People have them who shouldn’t have them. If you need a macho dog to show you’re macho, you’re not.

      “Some of these guys seem to think they can get a dog like that and put a bunch of chains on it and walk down the street with it on a 10-foot leash, wreaking havoc, that’s some recognition that they’re tough guys.”

      Suspending Vick in advance of the legal system’s verdict might do little to chip away at that mentality, but it’s the right thing for the NFL to do.

      Staff writer Terry Frei can be reached at 303-954-1895 or tfrei@denverpost.com.

    6. Al Gore Montecito home – Is 8 mil enough to buy a ‘beach front’ estate/villa in CA or is this a rumor?

      Just looking to confirm this… and maybe to get a more accurate idea where this home is, my research only got me as far as you see below…

      Reason for the question… I’ve been hearing pundits on the radio and blogs and other stories circulating the past few days that Al Gore allegedly purchased a huge home on a beach just recently.

      Reason I’m asking if this could just be a rumor, does it make sense why would “Mr. Global Warming” would be buying a mansion ‘on a beach’ of all places, considering his stance against Global Warming and his warming about alleged expected rising sea levels?

      Not going to even try and defend him on his decision if that is true… but just trying to makes sense of this new buzz going around… I feel my question is a legitimate one because if you looked into real estate in the area [1] the L.A. Times reported he bought a home, 8 mil actually is below average for a ‘mansion’ first of all, let alone “1.5 acre beach front” property… so what’s the story here??

      I can completely understand the criticism against him (beach property, preaching rising oceans, etc… would be very hypocritical if true wouldn’t it?), certainly not good PR for the Al Gore Co… but again, the reason I find this hard to even believe… is because from my research, 8 million does not even come close to affording you beach front property in Montecito, CA… look at this image for a realistic property in that price range in this area…[1]

      Also, exactly ‘where’ is important… because the Montecito ‘region’ includes elevation as high as 3,000 feet (google Montecito Peak)… the entire region has a mountain range behind it, so saying a home has “ocean view” isn’t saying much… (very deceptive depending on who is telling the tale) [2]

      And so, I ask again, is it not fair to conclude that he must NOT have ‘beach front’ property… but rather, he just moved out of his 7 million dollar downtown San Francisco high-rise condo, to a 7 million dollar house near Santa Barbara instead, that evidently is ‘elevated’ enough that it has an ‘ocean view’… and likely, his view looks something like this… [3] (see this actual ‘ocean view’ seen from Mount Calvary Road, Montecito, California… consider the difference between what can be perceived as ‘ocean view’ to that of ‘beach front property’)????

      What is the truth here, did he buy a house on the beach, which would make him an idiot and a hypocrite, or did he buy a house which likely is elevated and has an ocean view (from a ‘safe’ distance… ocean rising-wise)??

      So anyone with thoughts on this so to help me clear up what is the deal… it would be nice if someone knew actually what Al Gore bought and where… like I said though, I doubt these rumors a mansion with “beach front” property is accurate (or if it is even possible, for that price) but I’m at the mercy of the media and bloggers still until someone offers some real facts…

      My personal feeling… If his house IS literally on the beach like so many people are feeding us, including folks on Y/A and blog sites, social media sites, etc… keep spreading… then Al Gore DESERVES any criticism he gets for it… otherwise, it is a useless, inaccurate rumor that should away (but probably never will, will it?)

      [1] Montecito, CA property values example
      http://cocomidel.files.wordpre.....-sheet.jpg

      [2] View of Montecito/Santa Barbara, CA as seen from the ocean
      http://homepage.mac.com/cjbowd.....ure-10.jpg

      [3] Example view of ocean (“ocean view”) from Montecito property
      http://www.2399mountcalvaryroad.com/images/01.jpg

    7. Reuters admits altering Beirut photo

      Reuters withdraws photograph of Beirut after Air Force attack after US blogs, photographers point out ‘blatant evidence of manipulation.’ Reuters’ head of PR says in response, ‘Reuters has suspended photographer until investigations are completed into changes made to photograph.’ Photographer who sent altered image is same Reuters photographer behind many of images from Qana, which have also been subject of suspicions for being staged
      Yaakov Lappin

      A Reuters photograph of smoke rising from buildings in Beirut has been withdrawn after coming under attack by American web logs. The blogs accused Reuters of distorting the photograph to include more smoke and damage.

      The photograph showed two very heavy plumes of black smoke billowing from buildings in Beirut after an Air Force attack on the Lebanese capital. Reuters has since withdrawn the photograph from its website, along a message admitting that the image was distorted, and an apology to editors.

      Reuters withdraws doctored image

      In the message, Reuters said that “photo editing software was improperly used on this image. A corrected version will immediately follow this advisory. We are sorry for any inconvience.”

      Ignored
      Israeli war deaths go largely unnoticed / Yaakov Lappin
      Hours after mother and two daughters are killed in Hizbullah rocket attack, media outlets around world fail to report deaths; meanwhile, British press continues anti-Israel tirade
      Full Story

      Reuters’ head of PR Moira Whittle said in response: “Reuters has suspended a photographer until investigations are completed into changes made to a photograph showing smoke billowing from buildings following an air strike on Beirut. Reuters takes such matters extremely seriously as it is strictly against company editorial policy to alter pictures.”

      “As soon as the allegation came to light, the photograph, filed on Saturday 5 August, was removed from the file and a replacement, showing the same scene, was sent. The explanation for the removal was the improper use of photo-editing software,” she added.

      Earlier, Charles Johnson, of the Little Green Footballs blog , which has exposed a previous attempt at fraud by a major American news corporation, wrote : “This Reuters photograph shows blatant evidence of manipulation. Notice the repeating patterns in the smoke; this is almost certainly caused by using the Photoshop “clone” tool to add more smoke to the image.”

      News version of photo (Photo: Reuters)

      Johnson added: “Smoke simply does not contain repeating symmetrical patterns like this, and you can see the repetition in both plumes of smoke. There’s really no question about it.”

      A series of close ups are then posted on the blog, showing that “it’s not only the plumes of smoke that were ‘enhanced.’ There are also cloned buildings.” The close ups do appear to show exact replicas of buildings appearing next to one another in the photograph.

      The Sports Shooter web forum , used by professional photographers, also examined the photo, with many users concluding that the image has been doctored.
      Threat From Reuters
      Reuters employee issues ‘Zionist pig’ death threat / Yaakov Lappin
      Worker suspended after telling American blogger: ‘I look forward to day when you pigs get your throats cut’
      Full Story

      ‘Looks so obviously doctored’

      “I’ll second the cloned smoke…but it looks so obvious that I don’t know how the photographer could have gotten away with it,” wrote one user.

      After further research, Johnson posted a photograph he says is the original image taken before distortions were made, showing much lighter smoke rising.

      Adnan Hajj, the photographer who sent the altered image, was also the Reuters photographer behind many of the images from Qana – which have also been the subject of suspicions for being staged.

      Other blogs have also analyzed the photographs, and reached similar conclusions, such as Left & Right , which states: “The photo has been doctored, quite badly.”

      The author of the Ace of Spades blog wrote: “Even I can see the very suspicious “clonings” of picture elements here. And I’m an idiot.”

      The Hot Air blog also looked at the photo, describing the image as “the worst Photoshop I have ever seen.”

      First Published: 08.06.06, 10:41
      Latest Update: 08.06.06, 17:1

    8. Reuters admits altering Beirut photo

      Reuters withdraws photograph of Beirut after Air Force attack after US blogs, photographers point out ‘blatant evidence of manipulation.’ Reuters’ head of PR says in response, ‘Reuters has suspended photographer until investigations are completed into changes made to photograph.’ Photographer who sent altered image is same Reuters photographer behind many of images from Qana, which have also been subject of suspicions for being staged
      Yaakov Lappin

      A Reuters photograph of smoke rising from buildings in Beirut has been withdrawn after coming under attack by American web logs. The blogs accused Reuters of distorting the photograph to include more smoke and damage.

      The photograph showed two very heavy plumes of black smoke billowing from buildings in Beirut after an Air Force attack on the Lebanese capital. Reuters has since withdrawn the photograph from its website, along a message admitting that the image was distorted, and an apology to editors.

      Reuters withdraws doctored image

      In the message, Reuters said that “photo editing software was improperly used on this image. A corrected version will immediately follow this advisory. We are sorry for any inconvience.”

      Ignored
      Israeli war deaths go largely unnoticed / Yaakov Lappin
      Hours after mother and two daughters are killed in Hizbullah rocket attack, media outlets around world fail to report deaths; meanwhile, British press continues anti-Israel tirade
      Full Story

      Reuters’ head of PR Moira Whittle said in response: “Reuters has suspended a photographer until investigations are completed into changes made to a photograph showing smoke billowing from buildings following an air strike on Beirut. Reuters takes such matters extremely seriously as it is strictly against company editorial policy to alter pictures.”

      “As soon as the allegation came to light, the photograph, filed on Saturday 5 August, was removed from the file and a replacement, showing the same scene, was sent. The explanation for the removal was the improper use of photo-editing software,” she added.

      Earlier, Charles Johnson, of the Little Green Footballs blog , which has exposed a previous attempt at fraud by a major American news corporation, wrote : “This Reuters photograph shows blatant evidence of manipulation. Notice the repeating patterns in the smoke; this is almost certainly caused by using the Photoshop “clone” tool to add more smoke to the image.”

      News version of photo (Photo: Reuters)

      Johnson added: “Smoke simply does not contain repeating symmetrical patterns like this, and you can see the repetition in both plumes of smoke. There’s really no question about it.”

      A series of close ups are then posted on the blog, showing that “it’s not only the plumes of smoke that were ‘enhanced.’ There are also cloned buildings.” The close ups do appear to show exact replicas of buildings appearing next to one another in the photograph.

      The Sports Shooter web forum , used by professional photographers, also examined the photo, with many users concluding that the image has been doctored.
      Threat From Reuters
      Reuters employee issues ‘Zionist pig’ death threat / Yaakov Lappin
      Worker suspended after telling American blogger: ‘I look forward to day when you pigs get your throats cut’
      Full Story

      ‘Looks so obviously doctored’

      “I’ll second the cloned smoke…but it looks so obvious that I don’t know how the photographer could have gotten away with it,” wrote one user.

      After further research, Johnson posted a photograph he says is the original image taken before distortions were made, showing much lighter smoke rising.

      Adnan Hajj, the photographer who sent the altered image, was also the Reuters photographer behind many of the images from Qana – which have also been the subject of suspicions for being staged.

      Other blogs have also analyzed the photographs, and reached similar conclusions, such as Left & Right , which states: “The photo has been doctored, quite badly.”

      The author of the Ace of Spades blog wrote: “Even I can see the very suspicious “clonings” of picture elements here. And I’m an idiot.”

      The Hot Air blog also looked at the photo, describing the image as “the worst Photoshop I have ever seen.”

      First Published: 08.06.06, 10:41
      Latest Update: 08.06.06, 17:1

    9. I graduated with a BA in Journalism (PR) in May, 2009. Since then, I’ve held two jobs in the marketing field. The first one lasted just over 6 months. It was hourly and my hours got cut twice due to slow business. The second job last 1 year, 3 months. It was also hourly, and I got laid off a few weeks over the course of the year based on business.

      My current job is salaried, and in my exact field of study. This was my dream job, exactly what I always wanted. I work for a small ad agency, and I’m absolutely hating it. I’ve been there just over two months and I’m finding out this is far from the dream I thought it was. There are only 30 employees here, and they’re all extremely cliquey. I honestly feel like it’s high school all over again. I have been laughed at for the way I dress, the things I bring for lunch, and my boss has actually shown my work to other employees and laughed at it. And it’s not a joking kind of way. It’s whispering and pointing behind my back. I don’t interact with others much based on my responsibilities and clients, so I haven’t gotten to know anyone at all. When I do try to speak to others, it’s either ignored or I feel so awkward from their looks and whispers that I totally choke, which isn’t like me AT ALL. My boss is a total bitch. She has never had an employee under her (only interns) and she just isn’t a pleasant person. Everyone else in the agency loves her, but she’s just flat-out rude to me. She never gives clear direction and when I ask questions, she gets irritated. She tells me not to do things that she does all day… I was told on the front end not to do anything personal on my computer. Everytime I turn around, she’s either on Facebook, shopping, or reading celebrity blogs. She’s been at the agency for awhile and is part of the strategic growth plan. The partners idolize her. I hardly even have enough work to keep me busy every day. I keep getting busy-work projects dumped in my lap. And I’m so, so sick of the partners and their obvious favorites. This just isn’t what I expected at all. It’s hard for me to respect my boss when I’ve caught her printing out my work, passing it around making jokes with other employees. And when she hardly does any work every day but jumps down my throat if a project takes me longer than it would take her (she tells me that a lot).

      I can’t keep jumping around. I haven’t stayed at other jobs long, and I certainly can’t leave this one only a few months in. But I’m not fitting into this clique at all, and I’m not learning anything here. I leave work Friday already dreading Monday morning. I’m so uncomfortable there and I’ve never felt this way before in my life. It’s so lonely sitting at a desk for 9 hours and NEVER having a friendly interaction. Hell, half the interactions aren’t even polite. All these people are grown and educated. It’s kind of sad to me how cliquey they are, but what am I going to do? It’s a small group and like I said, everyone just thinks the world of my boss. I feel so screwed, and just so unhappy. Like my degree was a waste of time. I always wanted to do PR and work for an agency, and now I absolutely hate it and am second-guessing myself every second of every day. I also took quite a pay cut for this job. Yes, it’s salaried, so it’s constant and the last hourly job, there were a few weeks with no paycheck at all. But the checks were bigger and now on top of everything else I’m struggling with bills. I am making myself physically sick dreading work so much. Any advice?

    10. I’m new to the whole affiliate marketing and IM thing. Any tips? It’s hard to find relevant blogs with a decent PR for my niche that I can guest post on (or maybe I need to look harder).

      Should I just look to buy a program and spin and submit articles?
      Dougie, what you’re looking for is people who keep coming back to your website. What I’m looking for is people who just come for the review. I just need to be ranked higher on Google. noFollow links may be of some help to you, but they wouldn’t do me any good.

    11. I graduated with a BA in Journalism (PR) in May, 2009. Since then, I’ve held two jobs in the marketing field. The first one lasted just over 6 months. It was hourly and my hours got cut twice due to slow business. The second job last 1 year, 3 months. It was also hourly, and I got laid off a few weeks over the course of the year based on business.

      My current job is salaried, and in my exact field of study. This was my dream job, exactly what I always wanted. I work for a small ad agency, and I’m absolutely hating it. I’ve been there just over two months and I’m finding out this is far from the dream I thought it was. There are only 30 employees here, and they’re all extremely cliquey. I honestly feel like it’s high school all over again. I have been laughed at for the way I dress, the things I bring for lunch, and my boss has actually shown my work to other employees and laughed at it. And it’s not a joking kind of way. It’s whispering and pointing behind my back. I don’t interact with others much based on my responsibilities and clients, so I haven’t gotten to know anyone at all. When I do try to speak to others, it’s either ignored or I feel so awkward from their looks and whispers that I totally choke, which isn’t like me AT ALL. My boss is a total bitch. She has never had an employee under her (only interns) and she just isn’t a pleasant person. Everyone else in the agency loves her, but she’s just flat-out rude to me. She never gives clear direction and when I ask questions, she gets irritated. She tells me not to do things that she does all day… I was told on the front end not to do anything personal on my computer. Everytime I turn around, she’s either on Facebook, shopping, or reading celebrity blogs. She’s been at the agency for awhile and is part of the strategic growth plan. The partners idolize her. I hardly even have enough work to keep me busy every day. I keep getting busy-work projects dumped in my lap. And I’m so, so sick of the partners and their obvious favorites. This just isn’t what I expected at all. It’s hard for me to respect my boss when I’ve caught her printing out my work, passing it around making jokes with other employees. And when she hardly does any work every day but jumps down my throat if a project takes me longer than it would take her (she tells me that a lot).

      I can’t keep jumping around. I haven’t stayed at other jobs long, and I certainly can’t leave this one only a few months in. But I’m not fitting into this clique at all, and I’m not learning anything here. I leave work Friday already dreading Monday morning. I’m so uncomfortable there and I’ve never felt this way before in my life. It’s so lonely sitting at a desk for 9 hours and NEVER having a friendly interaction. Hell, half the interactions aren’t even polite. All these people are grown and educated. It’s kind of sad to me how cliquey they are, but what am I going to do? It’s a small group and like I said, everyone just thinks the world of my boss. I feel so screwed, and just so unhappy. Like my degree was a waste of time. I always wanted to do PR and work for an agency, and now I absolutely hate it and am second-guessing myself every second of every day. I also took quite a pay cut for this job. Yes, it’s salaried, so it’s constant and the last hourly job, there were a few weeks with no paycheck at all. But the checks were bigger and now on top of everything else I’m struggling with bills. I am making myself physically sick dreading work so much. Any advice?

    12. For over twenty-five years, Republicans have promoted the myth of voting fraud to argue for restrictive voting laws—but Bush’s own Justice Department found virtually no organized voting fraud. Now McCain is attacking ACORN in order to justify a frenzy of lawsuits making it harder for Obama supporters to vote.

      Here’s what he’s not telling you:

      The only fraud committed was against ACORN itself. ACORN hired 13,000 workers to register a remarkable 1.3 million new voters. And a few of them turned in registration forms with inaccurate and even made-up names to get credit for work they didn’t do. ACORN fired them and turned them over to the authorities.

      ACORN reported the fraudulent registration forms. In most states, ACORN is required by law to submit all forms collected whether they appear to be bogus or not—that way election officials, not partisan groups, can make the call. ACORN flags cards that may not be legitimate. And in many places, the charges of fraud only came up because ACORN was the one who flagged the cards!

      This won’t have any impact on the election. No one is allowed to vote unless they are properly registered. And there is no evidence of false registrations actually leading to organized voting fraud.

      We can’t let false charges of voting fraud distract us from the very real voter suppression campaign that is already well under way.

      Republicans are looking for typos on voter registration forms, threatening to challenge homeowners facing foreclosure, and falsely warning that voters with outstanding traffic tickets may be arrested if they go to the polls.

      Sources:
      “States’ Actions to Block Voters Appear Illegal,” New York Times, October 8, 2008
      http://www.nytimes.com/2008/10.....oting.html

      “Check-off box delays thousands of voter registrations,” Denver Post, October 14, 2008
      http://www.denverpost.com/prev.....i_10713377

      “ACORN defends efforts amid voter-fraud allegations,” Associated Press, October 14, 2008
      http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/200.....oter_fraud

      “In 5-Year Effort, Scant Evidence of Voter Fraud,” New York Times, April 12, 2007
      http://www.nytimes.com/2007/04.....fraud.html

      “The Truth About ACORN’s Voter Registration Drives,” ACORN
      http://acorn.org/quickfacts

      “Group Answers Charges of Voter Registration Fraud,” New York Times, October 14, 2008
      http://thecaucus.blogs.nytimes...../14/acorn/

      “Voter Group Admits Mistakes, Defends Work,” ABC News, October 14, 2008
      http://www.moveon.org/r?r=3124.....x&t=5

      “Is there ACORN fraud in Florida?,” Orlando Sentinel, October 15, 2008
      http://www.moveon.org/r?r=3123.....x&t=6

      “‘Fraud’ vs. ‘Suppression’,” Politico, October 14, 2008
      http://www.moveon.org/r?r=3124.....x&t=7

      “Democrats fear GOP will turn away foreclosed voters; GOP won’t rule out using residency change to challenge a ballot,” Indianapolis Star, October 3, 2008
      http://www.moveon.org/r?r=3123.....x&t=9

    13. Reuters admits altering Beirut photo

      Reuters withdraws photograph of Beirut after Air Force attack after US blogs, photographers point out ‘blatant evidence of manipulation.’ Reuters’ head of PR says in response, ‘Reuters has suspended photographer until investigations are completed into changes made to photograph.’ Photographer who sent altered image is same Reuters photographer behind many of images from Qana, which have also been subject of suspicions for being staged
      Yaakov Lappin

      A Reuters photograph of smoke rising from buildings in Beirut has been withdrawn after coming under attack by American web logs. The blogs accused Reuters of distorting the photograph to include more smoke and damage.

      The photograph showed two very heavy plumes of black smoke billowing from buildings in Beirut after an Air Force attack on the Lebanese capital. Reuters has since withdrawn the photograph from its website, along a message admitting that the image was distorted, and an apology to editors.

      Reuters withdraws doctored image

      In the message, Reuters said that “photo editing software was improperly used on this image. A corrected version will immediately follow this advisory. We are sorry for any inconvience.”

      Ignored
      Israeli war deaths go largely unnoticed / Yaakov Lappin
      Hours after mother and two daughters are killed in Hizbullah rocket attack, media outlets around world fail to report deaths; meanwhile, British press continues anti-Israel tirade
      Full Story

      Reuters’ head of PR Moira Whittle said in response: “Reuters has suspended a photographer until investigations are completed into changes made to a photograph showing smoke billowing from buildings following an air strike on Beirut. Reuters takes such matters extremely seriously as it is strictly against company editorial policy to alter pictures.”

      “As soon as the allegation came to light, the photograph, filed on Saturday 5 August, was removed from the file and a replacement, showing the same scene, was sent. The explanation for the removal was the improper use of photo-editing software,” she added.

      Earlier, Charles Johnson, of the Little Green Footballs blog , which has exposed a previous attempt at fraud by a major American news corporation, wrote : “This Reuters photograph shows blatant evidence of manipulation. Notice the repeating patterns in the smoke; this is almost certainly caused by using the Photoshop “clone” tool to add more smoke to the image.”

      News version of photo (Photo: Reuters)

      Johnson added: “Smoke simply does not contain repeating symmetrical patterns like this, and you can see the repetition in both plumes of smoke. There’s really no question about it.”

      A series of close ups are then posted on the blog, showing that “it’s not only the plumes of smoke that were ‘enhanced.’ There are also cloned buildings.” The close ups do appear to show exact replicas of buildings appearing next to one another in the photograph.

      The Sports Shooter web forum , used by professional photographers, also examined the photo, with many users concluding that the image has been doctored.
      Threat From Reuters
      Reuters employee issues ‘Zionist pig’ death threat / Yaakov Lappin
      Worker suspended after telling American blogger: ‘I look forward to day when you pigs get your throats cut’
      Full Story

      ‘Looks so obviously doctored’

      “I’ll second the cloned smoke…but it looks so obvious that I don’t know how the photographer could have gotten away with it,” wrote one user.

      After further research, Johnson posted a photograph he says is the original image taken before distortions were made, showing much lighter smoke rising.

      Adnan Hajj, the photographer who sent the altered image, was also the Reuters photographer behind many of the images from Qana – which have also been the subject of suspicions for being staged.

      Other blogs have also analyzed the photographs, and reached similar conclusions, such as Left & Right , which states: “The photo has been doctored, quite badly.”

      The author of the Ace of Spades blog wrote: “Even I can see the very suspicious “clonings” of picture elements here. And I’m an idiot.”

      The Hot Air blog also looked at the photo, describing the image as “the worst Photoshop I have ever seen.”

      First Published: 08.06.06, 10:41
      Latest Update: 08.06.06, 17:1

    14. I’m having trouble with Page Rank 0 “blog like” websites purposely linking to my website even after I asked them to remove my link.

      They will NOT remove my links and I was wondering if this could be the reason for my PR dropping? Can these mass produced PR 0 “blog like” link websites cause my PR to go down even if I’m not linking back to them?

      I noticed none of them are even relevant to my website and have TONS of links posted to other websites in no particular order. They look like advice blogs but turn out to be mostly links of other websites that have nothing to do with the blog.

      Are they purposely doing this to harm other websites?

      If so, is there some way these website can be reported?

    15. NFL has to bench Vick now
      By Terry Frei
      Denver Post Columnist
      Article Last Updated: 07/19/2007 10:06:43 AM MDT

      About Michael Vick …

      Suspend the jerk.

      I tend to be a contrarian, and I tried not to join the bandwagon on this one. Among many other things, I was going to ask: Didn’t the Duke lacrosse mess remind us that charges in a grand jury indictment aren’t automatically true? In a market in which many of us justifiably excoriate Barry Bonds as a disgrace, yet many fans and (even more disgracefully) newspaper writers still portray Bill Romanowski as a charming rogue, can’t we at least wonder about our adjustable standards?

      Those still are points to ponder. But the disturbing information in the federal grand jury indictment against the Atlanta Falcons quarterback and three others is overwhelming. Vick is

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      convincingly linked to the horrific dogfighting operation on his property in rural Virginia, mocking his “Who, me?” claims of innocence.
      This is not a dishonorable district attorney taking advantage of a malleable local grand jury. It stems from a careful federal proceeding, and the paucity of leaks was such that there were erroneous reports in recent days that Vick wouldn’t be indicted.

      Under the NFL’s heightened off-field conduct standards, commissioner Roger Goodell has been willing to judge in advance of the frequently glacial legal system, and that’s another justification for him suspending Vick. He’s done it before, and everyone understands that it’s now as much a part of the NFL system as instant replay.

      Yes, I believe the worst. Vick is a scumbag. The Falcons even would be well-advised to suspend him before Goodell has to step in.

      On Wednesday, I called my brother, David, in New York to get his perspective. Why? He followed our father into the NFL, working as a public-relations executive with both the Broncos and the 49ers before moving into his own PR agency and the restaurant business. He also is the longtime television analyst on the Westminster Kennel Club and National dog shows, and he now is the full-time director of communications for the WKC. He and his wife, Cheri, walk their Brittany spaniels on the Upper East Side and are involved in programs utilizing dogs in hospital therapy work.

      “Michael Vick and people like him in all of this – and I guess we need to say ‘allegedly’ – are supposed to be great warriors,” Dave said. “They should understand that having a dog fighting to the death is not what a warrior is all about, especially if they’re the ones making it happen. The reality is people look up to these guys.

      “We’re going to hear that it’s the ‘culture’ and those kinds of things. Well, it’s not a ‘culture’ to have a loyal, brave and courageous animal fight to the death so we can be entertained or gamble on it. That’s not what entertainment, that’s not what being a warrior is all about. It’s sickening.

      “What about all these kids out there in those number 7 jerseys? You’re going to tell them that it’s OK? It’s a proven fact that someone who’s involved in animal abuse as a youngster, as they get older they’re more prone to be involved in domestic abuse – or worse. They don’t have any regard for living things. Those people who are involved are all cowards.”

      In 2006, the WKC’s “best in show” winner was a colored bull terrier, Rufus. The unfortunate offshoot of misuse and irresponsible breeding of bull terriers is that the “pit bull” label often is indiscriminately applied, even in local laws that ban specific breeds – as Denver does. Fact is, while the United Kennel Club registers an “American pit bull terrier,” it’s more of a contrived term than it is a specific breed, and the more predominant American Kennel Club doesn’t follow suit. “Pit bulls” – the dogs used in fighting, or simply as an alleged confirmation of an owner’s “toughness” – are mixed breeds, most often starting with a Staffordshire bull terrier as a base.

      “There are some cities in this country where Rufus can’t go,” Dave said. “But I’ve been all kinds of places with this dog and he loves everybody.”

      Yet the bull terrier and the offshoots, Dave said, at first were “bred to be protectors. But because they’re loyal and courageous and tough, if they fall into the wrong hands, people can redirect those personality traits and that temperament to be aggressive. It’s too bad, because they can be the most loving, happy pets. But we’re walking down the street in New York, and there are too many of them. People have them who shouldn’t have them. If you need a macho dog to show you’re macho, you’re not.

      “Some of these guys seem to think they can get a dog like that and put a bunch of chains on it and walk down the street with it on a 10-foot leash, wreaking havoc, that’s some recognition that they’re tough guys.”

      Suspending Vick in advance of the legal system’s verdict might do little to chip away at that mentality, but it’s the right thing for the NFL to do.

      Staff writer Terry Frei can be reached at 303-954-1895 or tfrei@denverpost.com.

    16. To my horror I have recently discovered that certain “friends” and acquaintances in my online social circles have been regarding some of my updates and posts on blogs and FB as spam.

      Basically I have been posting updates whenever I finish a new design and upload it to Cafepress or Red Bubble and then doing a FB / blog update inviting people to take a look and send feedback or let friends and family know about the new design.

      I had explained to them I was asking for help I have no start up money for advertising and requested help with word of mouth PR which I thought was not an unreasonable request.

      Many of them were aware of my financial and medical situation ie I can only work part time .

      I now have no Xmas sales cos I relied on “friends” to help and offended by having my requests labelled spam.

      I wasnt bombarding people with messages every day which is what I would regard as spam?

      An invite to view art and help with PR is spam?

    17. Reuters admits altering Beirut photo

      Reuters withdraws photograph of Beirut after Air Force attack after US blogs, photographers point out ‘blatant evidence of manipulation.’ Reuters’ head of PR says in response, ‘Reuters has suspended photographer until investigations are completed into changes made to photograph.’ Photographer who sent altered image is same Reuters photographer behind many of images from Qana, which have also been subject of suspicions for being staged
      Yaakov Lappin

      A Reuters photograph of smoke rising from buildings in Beirut has been withdrawn after coming under attack by American web logs. The blogs accused Reuters of distorting the photograph to include more smoke and damage.

      The photograph showed two very heavy plumes of black smoke billowing from buildings in Beirut after an Air Force attack on the Lebanese capital. Reuters has since withdrawn the photograph from its website, along a message admitting that the image was distorted, and an apology to editors.

      Reuters withdraws doctored image

      In the message, Reuters said that “photo editing software was improperly used on this image. A corrected version will immediately follow this advisory. We are sorry for any inconvience.”

      Ignored
      Israeli war deaths go largely unnoticed / Yaakov Lappin
      Hours after mother and two daughters are killed in Hizbullah rocket attack, media outlets around world fail to report deaths; meanwhile, British press continues anti-Israel tirade
      Full Story

      Reuters’ head of PR Moira Whittle said in response: “Reuters has suspended a photographer until investigations are completed into changes made to a photograph showing smoke billowing from buildings following an air strike on Beirut. Reuters takes such matters extremely seriously as it is strictly against company editorial policy to alter pictures.”

      “As soon as the allegation came to light, the photograph, filed on Saturday 5 August, was removed from the file and a replacement, showing the same scene, was sent. The explanation for the removal was the improper use of photo-editing software,” she added.

      Earlier, Charles Johnson, of the Little Green Footballs blog , which has exposed a previous attempt at fraud by a major American news corporation, wrote : “This Reuters photograph shows blatant evidence of manipulation. Notice the repeating patterns in the smoke; this is almost certainly caused by using the Photoshop “clone” tool to add more smoke to the image.”

      News version of photo (Photo: Reuters)

      Johnson added: “Smoke simply does not contain repeating symmetrical patterns like this, and you can see the repetition in both plumes of smoke. There’s really no question about it.”

      A series of close ups are then posted on the blog, showing that “it’s not only the plumes of smoke that were ‘enhanced.’ There are also cloned buildings.” The close ups do appear to show exact replicas of buildings appearing next to one another in the photograph.

      The Sports Shooter web forum , used by professional photographers, also examined the photo, with many users concluding that the image has been doctored.
      Threat From Reuters
      Reuters employee issues ‘Zionist pig’ death threat / Yaakov Lappin
      Worker suspended after telling American blogger: ‘I look forward to day when you pigs get your throats cut’
      Full Story

      ‘Looks so obviously doctored’

      “I’ll second the cloned smoke…but it looks so obvious that I don’t know how the photographer could have gotten away with it,” wrote one user.

      After further research, Johnson posted a photograph he says is the original image taken before distortions were made, showing much lighter smoke rising.

      Adnan Hajj, the photographer who sent the altered image, was also the Reuters photographer behind many of the images from Qana – which have also been the subject of suspicions for being staged.

      Other blogs have also analyzed the photographs, and reached similar conclusions, such as Left & Right , which states: “The photo has been doctored, quite badly.”

      The author of the Ace of Spades blog wrote: “Even I can see the very suspicious “clonings” of picture elements here. And I’m an idiot.”

      The Hot Air blog also looked at the photo, describing the image as “the worst Photoshop I have ever seen.”

      First Published: 08.06.06, 10:41
      Latest Update: 08.06.06, 17:1

    18. hello all

      i am learning seo for websites and have understood some of the basics, my own goal is to become an seo consultant. problem is that if i get a customer i do not know how to seo it,build backlinks for it, and make the client site rank higher

      of course am looking for more professional answers than comments in hi pr blogs,search engines submission, directory submission, sitemap and keywords with meta tags

      please provide me with a good plan as a start

    19. Al Gore Montecito home – Is 8 mil enough to buy a ‘beach front’ estate/villa in CA or is this a rumor?

      Just looking to confirm this… and maybe to get a more accurate idea where this home is, my research only got me as far as you see below…

      Reason for the question… I’ve been hearing pundits on the radio and blogs and other stories circulating the past few days that Al Gore allegedly purchased a huge home on a beach just recently.

      Reason I’m asking if this could just be a rumor, does it make sense why would “Mr. Global Warming” would be buying a mansion ‘on a beach’ of all places, considering his stance against Global Warming and his warming about alleged expected rising sea levels?

      Not going to even try and defend him on his decision if that is true… but just trying to makes sense of this new buzz going around… I feel my question is a legitimate one because if you looked into real estate in the area [1] the L.A. Times reported he bought a home, 8 mil actually is below average for a ‘mansion’ first of all, let alone “1.5 acre beach front” property… so what’s the story here??

      I can completely understand the criticism against him (beach property, preaching rising oceans, etc… would be very hypocritical if true wouldn’t it?), certainly not good PR for the Al Gore Co… but again, the reason I find this hard to even believe… is because from my research, 8 million does not even come close to affording you beach front property in Montecito, CA… look at this image for a realistic property in that price range in this area…[1]

      Also, exactly ‘where’ is important… because the Montecito ‘region’ includes elevation as high as 3,000 feet (google Montecito Peak)… the entire region has a mountain range behind it, so saying a home has “ocean view” isn’t saying much… (very deceptive depending on who is telling the tale) [2]

      And so, I ask again, is it not fair to conclude that he must NOT have ‘beach front’ property… but rather, he just moved out of his 7 million dollar downtown San Francisco high-rise condo, to a 7 million dollar house near Santa Barbara instead, that evidently is ‘elevated’ enough that it has an ‘ocean view’… and likely, his view looks something like this… [3] (see this actual ‘ocean view’ seen from Mount Calvary Road, Montecito, California… consider the difference between what can be perceived as ‘ocean view’ to that of ‘beach front property’)????

      What is the truth here, did he buy a house on the beach, which would make him an idiot and a hypocrite, or did he buy a house which likely is elevated and has an ocean view (from a ‘safe’ distance… ocean rising-wise)??

      So anyone with thoughts on this so to help me clear up what is the deal… it would be nice if someone knew actually what Al Gore bought and where… like I said though, I doubt these rumors a mansion with “beach front” property is accurate (or if it is even possible, for that price) but I’m at the mercy of the media and bloggers still until someone offers some real facts…

      My personal feeling… If his house IS literally on the beach like so many people are feeding us, including folks on Y/A and blog sites, social media sites, etc… keep spreading… then Al Gore DESERVES any criticism he gets for it… otherwise, it is a useless, inaccurate rumor that should away (but probably never will, will it?)

      [1] Montecito, CA property values example
      http://cocomidel.files.wordpre.....-sheet.jpg

      [2] View of Montecito/Santa Barbara, CA as seen from the ocean
      http://homepage.mac.com/cjbowd.....ure-10.jpg

      [3] Example view of ocean (“ocean view”) from Montecito property
      http://www.2399mountcalvaryroad.com/images/01.jpg

    20. I’m new to the whole affiliate marketing and IM thing. Any tips? It’s hard to find relevant blogs with a decent PR for my niche that I can guest post on (or maybe I need to look harder).

      Should I just look to buy a program and spin and submit articles?
      Dougie, what you’re looking for is people who keep coming back to your website. What I’m looking for is people who just come for the review. I just need to be ranked higher on Google. noFollow links may be of some help to you, but they wouldn’t do me any good.

    21. I recently landed an unpaid PR internship with a nonprofit organization at UNC-Chapel Hill, and I have been working there for about two weeks. My job was to write press releases, update blog posts, draft newsletters, and sent out e-mails.

      We were supposed to go through an initial training phase, and my training was basically to look over PR materials from the past intern, which I did. I absorbed all of the information and did the best I could with the job. My boss knows nothing about PR, so I was left to my own devices on training myself. I have written my blogs on time, drafted a student interview for the newsletter, and I have prepared the PR news release for an upcoming masquerade ball. I also drafted e-mail invites to send out for the nonprofit.

      However, I was let go today after our weekly staff meeting. I really wasn’t expecting it, as the boss had just wanted all the interns to say what they were most looking forward to with each job. My boss was really nice about it, and simply said that I did not have the skill set they needed for PR. Apparently, I just do not know enough about the PR world at this point. She commented that I was “on my way” and a “rough jewel,” while they were looking for a more “polished” candidate. I work at the student newspaper, and my boss also commented that my writing was too reminiscent of news writing in how I wrote the blogs. I am a junior in the journalism school, and since I am just beginning to take the major PR classes, they said I was not ready.

      I only made one mistake by sending out an unedited version of an e-mail to five news editors. However, the unedited version simply contained less advertising information about the event. The vital information was still there, and the grammar was immaculate. I also apologized for my small mistake.

      My boss did not mention this when she discussed my termination with me. Also, after drafting the news release, I did more concrete research on sending it out and honing it for release. I’m wondering if she felt uncertain because I had to conduct this research? I just wanted to do the best job I could.

      How should I deal with this problem? Should I put my internship termination on my resume? I was thinking that my short time working there would not require a resume entry, but I don’t want to be dishonest to future employers.

      Basically, I’m just confused because I thought an internship was to gain the experience and knowledge you need for a specific career.

      I know this is a lot to read, but I wanted to give as much background as I could. Thank you so much for your help!

    22. I am trying to do SEO for my site how can i do link building for my site?
      I want to do genuine link building for my sites.
      How can I do this please help me!

    23. quoting,
      And there’s the 2007 ABC interview in which Biden said he would stand by an earlier statement that Obama was not ready to serve as president.

      link…http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/200.....N70pSyFz4D

      Biden Said Obama Is Not Ready To Serve As President. ABC’s George Stephanopoulos: “You were asked is he ready. You said ‘I think he can be ready, but right now I don’t believe he is. The presidency is not something that lends itself to on-the-job training.'” Sen. Biden: “I think that I stand by the statement.” (ABC’s, “This Week,” 8/19/07)

      Biden: “If the Democrats think we’re going to be able to nominate someone who can win without that person being able to table unimpeachable credentials on national security and foreign policy, I think we’re making a tragic mistake…” (Sen. Joe Biden, “The Diane Rehm Show,” 8/2/07)

      Biden: “Having Talking Points On Foreign Policy Doesn’t Get You There.” (“Biden Lashes Out At Obama,” ABC News’ “Political Radar” Blog, blogs.abcnews.com, 8/2/07)

      Biden Attacked Obama For Voting Against Funding U.S. Troops In Iraq And Afghanistan, Accusing Him Of “Cutting Off Support That Will Save The Lives Of Thousands Of American Troops.” Biden: “And, look, Tim, if you tell me I’ve got to take away this protection for these kids in order to win the election, some things aren’t worth it. Some things are worth losing over. That would be worth losing over. Hundreds of lives are being saved and will be saved by us sending these vehicles over which we are funding with this supplemental legislation. And I want to ask any of my other colleagues, would they, in fact, vote to cut off the money for those troops to protect them? That’s the right question. This isn’t cutting off the war. This is cutting off support that will save the lives of thousands of American troops.” (NBC’s “Meet The Press,” 9/9/07)

      Biden On Obama’s Leadership On Iraq: “I Don’t Recall Hearing A Word From Barack About A Plan Or A Tactic.” (Jason Horowitz, “Biden Unbound: Lays Into Clinton, Obama, Edwards,” The New York Observer, 2/4/07)

      Biden On Whether He Would Meet Unconditionally With The Leaders Of Rogue States As Obama Said He Would: “Absolutely Positively No.” Biden: “Would I make a blanket commitment to meet unconditionally with the leaders of each of those countries within the first year I was elected president? Absolutely positively no.” (Sen. Joe Biden, Remarks At The National Press Club, Washington, DC, 8/1/07)

      link http://www.dailykos.com/story/.....880/573719

      WHEN IS ENOUGH ENOUGH?

    24. Im new to the SEO world. Im working on link building. I now know the bassics. How to tell if its “nofollow” or not, and not to overlink, and some nofollows are actually good (like craigst). What I do not know, is what the difference is between URL BACKLINKS and ANCHOR TEXT BACK LINKS

    25. I have a pay pal account i want to create a blog and make money how to create blog please help…. And also tell other ways to make money with paypal account

    26. Hi everyone. I am currently 16 years old and still in school. I would like to be a fashion PR or Buyer in the future and I was wondering if anyone had any suggestions on how I could get contacts to get into the industry.
      Thanks =] x
      + i live in london so suggestions for that area please + i want to gain ashion experience not just earn money

    27. I have used classified ads, PPC, blogs, only to have traffix trikle in and no sales. I need to find a way to get tens of thousands of potential targeted leads to my sites and have a decent portion convert to sales. Any suggestions that are relatively inexpensive (within $100/ month marketing budget)?

    28. I haven’t been to Puerto Rico since i was a kid and Im all grown up now. Im looking for any help in the subject. Doesn’t have to be strictly tourism type stuff. Local hot spots are what im more interested in. The undercover stuff hard to find on the web. Night and day activities rock climbing scuba diving cliff jumping, night spots bars clubs on and off the resort tourist strips…

    29. Can Britain really afford to give billions away in foreign aid when they owe trillions in national debt to the banks? Some of that money could go towards paying off our debt rather than having to cut essential services and drive down people’s wages with austere cuts.

    30. Either disliked or hated, but after a period of time, ended up being your favourite wrestler in the company- It can be any wrestling company.

      BQ: How is Santino a wrestler? If he is a good one than why waste his career in WWE? They make a joke out of him.

      BQ2: Favourite wrestler quote?

      BQ3: Why should WWE keep their Divas division?

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