Thursday, February 21, 2008

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This policy is valid from 21 February 2008

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Mad Economist said...

I see nothing wrong with accepting paid reviews. The thing however is, Google looks at it as a way to get paid for links and they dont like that. The only paid links allowed is if it is Google itself who gets paid for the links. My blog went down to PR0 becuase of that. My advice to you is take out this disclosure policy together with my comment. Remove PPP's badge and just go on. That is if, you care about PageRank. If not, just remove this comment. Cheers!

Enrollen Wintu Tribal Member said...

Please review my blogg on my tribe. I belive that you should because i need outside pier review and i waant to make it as good as I can for my visitors.

My blogg is a place where often it is the only source for information on my small tribe from northern california. I'd guess less than 10% of our 91 adult tribal members have intenet access yet the tribes future is decided by congress and the Bureau of Indian Affairs.

Because my blogg is the only site to share information about my tribe, it is also noteworthy when recent california tribal disenrollments are considered, the authors creation of the site to bring information public actually poses a severe threat to their status as enrolled members.

It is an important site, with far reaching implications for the 309 other tribes currently seeking federeal recognition in the undited states.

thank you for your time, the site link is here: