I hate it when a company sends me a promotion that’s designed to look like a billing statement. And what a great deal they’ve got: they’ll register one of my sites with “the major search engines” (which they define as google, aol, msn, ask jeeves, and yahoo. That’s right: just those five) for the low, low price of $69.95/year. What a wonderful ‘service’. Just to see what I’m missing, I decided to check out ‘the tares’ on each of those search sites.
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