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Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Oh the Irony - New Guidelines for Questionable Products

Here's a screen shot of the cached text of YSM blog post entitled "New Guidelines for Questionable Products".

No idea how long that link has been there, I just noticed a few days ago. I notice YSM uses Wordpress - did that link make it in via a vulnerability of some kind?

If the YSM blog can't clean up there act I may have to pull them off my paid search resources list;-)



At 6:11 AM, Blogger jordanmcclements said...

he he.. :-)

At 10:15 AM, Anonymous SpostareDuro said...

Whatever the case may have been, it's no longer an issue there now. I visited the link and don't see a thing wrong. The image used to show what the Viagra ad is unclear to begin with, so it's hard to tell what it is you were seeing.

At 10:20 AM, Anonymous SpostareDuro said...

Ok..bump the previous comment. Der..I see it now. I wasn't looking in cached text.

Has anyone informed Yahoo! about this?

At 1:12 PM, Blogger Jeremy Mayes said...

@SpostareDuro -

You can just view the source of any page on the YSM blog, it's there. I just used a cached copy (text only) for the screen shot.

As far as YSM knowing...I e-mailed them a few days before I posted this. I'm pretty surprised that they haven't done anything about it yet.


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