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Does Google hate PayPerPost?

by Mathew on November 17, 2007 · 16 comments

Ted Murphy of PayPerPost has a post up about what appears to be another Google PageRank restructuring, which Ted says is specifically directed at PayPerPost -- and posts from Andy Beard at WebProNews and PPP-using sites like Big Foot Marketing and 5xmom.com (whose somewhat unsubtle real name is Make$ Money$) seem to confirm that PayPerPost…

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One of the highlights of mesh -- for me and many others -- was the chance to see Mike Arrington of TechCrunch call PayPerPost CEO Ted Murphy "the most evil man in the room" when Ted asked a question during the keynote conversation I had with Mike on the first day. As part of his…
Well, Scoble has gone and done it again, it seems. He agreed to accept a speaking engagement from none other than PayPerPost, everyone's favourite blogosphere whipping boy. At first, the deal was that they would pay him for appearing, as well as paying for his flight and accommodations, but John Furrier and PodTech apparently decided…

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I have a lot of respect for Jeff Jarvis. He's been pushing the social-media thing longer than just about anyone, and he knows a lot about the media business. And I think Jason Calacanis is a smart guy too, although I know he gets on a lot of peoples' nerves. But I don't get why…

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Looks like round three (or is it round four?) of the "blog payola" debate is upon us, something I expected we would see more of in 2007. Over at The Blog Herald, my friend Tony "I Never Sleep" Hung has the 411 on a new PayPerPost-style blog review service called SponsoredReviews, which is reportedly about…

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