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What does the US v. Drew case mean for social media marketers?

If you have not yet heard anything about the seriously tragic US v. Drew case, it may be difficult to answer this question. Here is a short recap of the facts in the case: Lori Drew is a mother accused of helping to create and use a fake MySpace account (of a 16 year old […]

MSN/Live Search Query Amount up 8.2% in October; Who Cares?

I was talking to a friend the other day that was all excited about his ranking results in MSN and how he was “totally dominating Live”…I had to laugh for a minute because I became quickly aware at how clueless he really was and to be honest for him, ranking in MSN/Live is a pretty […]

My Take On The TLA InLinks.com Inline Link Buying Program

A lot of buzz has been generating in the SEO community about the launching of In Links, InLinks.com – The new Text Link Ads program that is an Inline Link Buying Program.  This link buying program seems to be virtually undetectable (but not under the radar 100%) by Google (which is much better then the […]

Tips for writing and keeping privacy policies

Between Andrew and myself we have written on privacy issues twice this week already. Since we have been talking about so many privacy problems, I figured it is time to talk about a few privacy solutions. Many of our readers find the thought of writing a business document, particularly a legal business document like a […]

How To Think Like A Social Media Marketer Part 2

I did a similar post on another blog I co-author about a year ago titled how to think like a social media marketer (thus part 2 here), and decided to revisit the topic of “thinking like a social media marketer” and bring it up to date a little more, and give some fresh ideas. Last […]

Superstition Springs Lexus Of Mesa Arizona Needs To Learn A Lesson

Ok, I am usually not one for ranting, and especially ranting and then blogging about it but this one has a lesson to be taught so that is why I am going to rant away! So my Lexus is letting me know its time to take it in to be serviced, and we are also […]

The Future of Privacy Forum

Privacy issues and the Internet have always and probably will always abound, however a new group “The Future of Privacy Forum” aims to tackle many of the issues that have private citizens concerned. We all remember the AOL debacle of 2006, when the Internet giant released the private data of over 650,000 consumer web searches. […]

Please welcome…Andrew Melchior and try to stay with me

Hello and welcome to my first Dream Systems Media Blog post. My name is Andrew Melchior and I’m going to be posting to this blog on a daily (I hope) basis. To start I’m going to give you a little background on who I am and what I’ll be doing here at DSM. I got […]