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Daily Online Profits News – Issue #225

March 12, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

Google Reader Asks Us to Play
Jordan McCollum says:

Google Reader Labs is adding a new way to view your feeds—Play. According to theblog announcement, this was conceived as a way to help introduce people to Google Reader—people who “aren’t interested in taking the time to get Reader set up” but are interested in using it. I hope both of you are happy;).

But really this layout is primarily designed for people who want to v

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How Are The Olympics And Entrepreneurs Similar?
Stacy Karacostas says:

The winter Olympics are off to an interesting start, as always. And while I’ve only caught parts, I did manage to watch short track skating when Apolo Ohno miraculously won silver. From the qualifying heats to the final race he was pretty amazing to watch.

While his competition in those qualifying races wasn’t super stiff, you could still see the mark of experience…As well as how

FTC Still Examining GoogleMob—Wants Feedback from Rivals
Jordan McCollum says:

Now here’s a great way to gather totally, completely unbiased information about a potential merger: ask the companies’ competitors. Okay, so the FTC isn’t completely crazy—of course other companies in the market would have a pretty good idea what the industry looks like and what a big merger might do. But still, we can only hope the FTC will remember to take their opinions

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Longtail SEO For Ecommerce
Dave Davies says:

The significance of longtail keywords can be exemplified by thinking about the following two people:


Billis a cafeteria worker who spends his spare time fishing and has heard that his favorite TV shows will look even better on on this new-fangled technology called “HDTV”. He might as well upgrade from his 20” to something a little larger while he’s at it his friends tell him

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