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Discussion in 'Guidelines / Compliance' started by web-rover, Jul 2, 2005.

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    web-rover, Jul 2, 2005 IP
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  2. subseo

    subseo Guest

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    Can't see any, just a space for them, but I have seen it done similar way on other webs and it is probably OK if the part that I can't see isn't going against TOS.
     
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  3. Art

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    Absolutely, just don't put too many in.
     
    Art, Jul 2, 2005 IP
  4. web-rover

    web-rover Peon

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    they're not mine. Just came accross them
     
    web-rover, Jul 2, 2005 IP
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    SHT Active Member

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    He's labeling the ads as "Latest News" and "Ad-Supported" when they can be only labled as Sponsered Links or Advertisements

     
    SHT, Jul 2, 2005 IP
  6. www.AmCy.org

    www.AmCy.org American CyberSpace®

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    Yeah, it's a minor infraction, and easily rectified by changing the text. Considering all the other egregious violators out there: no big deal.

    As always, IMO.

    AmCy
     
    www.AmCy.org, Jul 2, 2005 IP
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    :) I think that header graphic is against all TOS's on the planet. :)
     
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    www.AmCy.org American CyberSpace®

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    Amen to that. Imagine: at some point, the designer said to himself/herself, "OK, the header's done. This is good!"

    AmCy
     
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  10. Worldwid

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    Ouch that is pretty painful on the eyes.
     
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    Agree, labeling "Latest News" could be termed as against Google's TOS
     
    NeoGen, Jul 2, 2005 IP
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    lol I remember (a long time ago) I used flamingtext.com to make my logos, now I like to think they are a little better :p
     
    SHT, Jul 3, 2005 IP
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    But I like the way how he blend the ads, with the latest post....its looks like the same and I'm sure he got lots of clicks from there
     
    alang, Jul 3, 2005 IP
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    Does te owner read these boards? He just changed his banner lol
     
    Worldwid, Jul 3, 2005 IP