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  • What’s happening to the American middle class?

  • Social Media Advertising

  • There is a new credit score in town

  • Unemployment falls to lowest rate since December 2008

  • Mobile Advertising: What does it look like and where is it going?

  • CFPB wants control over student loan lenders

  • Homes Offices and Taxes

  • The Apple iWatch---What do we know about it?

  • Now here’s real news…Mortgage rates are up

  • The Affordable Care Act three years later

  • 13 Affiliate Marketing Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

  • Taxes and your credit…and credit rating

  • New Facebook Feed

  • Microsoft Office 365 now open for Business

  • States fight Dodd-Frank and the CFPB

  • Pearls of Wisdom from LinkedIn Influencers

  • The top mobile app…drum roll please

  • Apple sales skyrocket; stock tumbles. Why?

  • What’s the future for the CFPB?

  • Is the next Steve Jobs out there?

  • Having problems concentrating at work?

  • US government to study the human brain

  • Traffic Fatalities Rose in 2012

  • Consumer spending is flat; uninspired even

  • iPad’s Worldwide share drops

  • Apple’s Tim Cook is a Time Magazine Person of the Year Runner-Up

  • Is there a student loan crisis? And, if so, how bad is it?

  • BE CAREFUL! Instagram can sell your pictures - NOT FOR NOW

  • Fiscal Cliff Deal Done, so how does this Affect Tax Refunds?

  • Credit Card Usages Fees could be on the way

  • A snapshot of American finances: Not a pretty picture

  • The top online searches of 2012

  • CFPB seeks consumer input on credit cards post 2009 CARD Act

  • Tax breaks that may stay & those that may go

  • Time Magazine offers the best inventions of 2012

  • CNet’s Top Tech Stories of 2012

  • Bing launching Google attack ads for the holidays

  • "Settle or be sued." FTC to Google

  • Home Depot says housing market is on the mend

  • What were the best Tech Accessories of 2012?

  • If “it’s the economy stupid,” what exactly is the state of the economy?

  • Car sharing services back in NYC?

  • HTML 5 is Complete!

  • Search Engines “Search” for bad ads

  • FTC files suit against robo-call firms

  • Google and the law (yers)

  • Housing Recovery Continues in September 2012

  • Economic Indicators looking up

  • Great Steve Jobs’ Quotes

  • Poor Americans spend more than half their Income

  • Credit Scores don’t add up

  • More action on the automated car front

  • The Federal Trade Commission Closes its Google Investigation

  • Walmart and American Express join forces on new Prepaid Card

  • White House continues work on Cybersecurity Executive order

  • Great resource for content marketing

  • Brain Food

  • Health Insurance Providers must provide “user-friendly” guides

  • The CFPB is on the Hunt for Questionable Credit Card Practices

  • YouTube Adds 60 Channels

  • August 2012 Home Construction up. Way up.

  • Microsoft Office for mobile…yeah, you’re gonna have to wait

  • Everybody has Privacy Issues

  • Do Americans spend more time with television or on mobile apps?

  • Why are Google and Apple Succeeding, but Facebook and Groupon sputtering?

  • UK Consumers have no Extra Cash

  • Google Apps no longer free

  • Credit Card Delinquencies

  • A Hot New Insurance Product Offered by Retailers

  • Ultrabook sales not living up to expectations

  • Can you help yourself to become more charismatic?

  • Hulu vs. YouTube

  • Big Ruling in Cybersquatting Case

  • Hey…it’s not all bad news

  • Yahoo! Sales Down, But Results Beat Estimates

  • CFPB to fix “Anti-Housewife” credit rule

  • It’s August 16, 2012; what’s going on with the Economy?

  • Do they have a point or no?

  • $22.5 million dollar fine for Google

  • California sends warning to app makers

  • The Samsung / Apple Trail bears fruit

  • Missouri proponents of payday loan limits end challenge

  • The Giants of Tech combine to form new lobbying group

  • And the Crystal Ball says…Consumers are ready to spend

  • What you might not know about the Health Care Law

  • Obamacare/Affordable Care Act Ruled Constitutional

  • Data Breaches that could land you in jail

  • What Happens When Auto Accidents Disappear?

  • OLA Applauds FTC for Halting Fraudulent Debt Collector

  • The U.S. sending grants to CA and DE to battle cell phone use while driving

  • Zurich Ins. Sues Sony Over Playstation Hacking

  • Missouri Religious Leader Pushing for Payday Restrictions

  • Feds Announce State Health Exchange Rules

  • iPhones that Charge when you jog

  • CFPB Website Overview

  • More Cats Covered Than Kids

  • Google’s voice-search approved for iOS

  • Facebook News goes from Bad to Worse

  • CFPB Opens Its Doors; Issues a Bunch of New Rules

  • Mobile privacy bill on the way?

  • Hybrid Cars are Safer too

  • More Than 1 Million Brits Use Payday Loans Each Year

  • Appeals Court Upholds Constitutionality of Health Care Law

  • It's Hurricane Season -- Are You Covered in Case of Flood Damage?

  • Now this is Interesting!

  • Senate cyber-security bill on the way

  • California State Compensation Fund Files Massive Lawsuit Against Employment Agency

  • Google vs. Europe

  • Payday Stocks on the Rise

  • Credit Scores and Insurance: The Impact on Your Premiums

  • White House may act on Cybersecurity independently

  • State Insurance Regulator Websites Get Their Report Card

  • Allstate Agent Group Votes to Affiliate with OPEIU

  • A World of Driverless Cars

  • Make your blog great with these research tools

  • Recession's Impact on Nation's Workers' Comp System

  • Sleep Apnea Could Cause Dementia

  • First big fine from the CFPB

  • The Google car Performs Well

  • California Drivers will be Allowed to text…mostly

  • Native American Organizations Defend Payday Outfits

  • Car Insurance Shopping Made Easy

  • Top Brands not Optimizing Their Facebook Pages Properly

  • U.S. Consumer Bureau Plans to Write Rules for Mortgage Servicers

  • ING Could be Nailed With Huge Fines

  • Positive News About Payday Loans

  • Online Banking Safety

  • Prevent Car Theft

  • What is Google’s Nexus Q?

  • Why Faxless is Best

  • Dept. of Justice to Examine Broadband Industry

  • Spanning the States for Auto Insurance News

  • The Crystal Ball Says… _______________ is in Store in 2012

  • Regulation Z

  • You won’t believe what Marketing can do now

  • Farmers Insurance Partners With L.A. Galaxy Soccer Team

  • Privacy isn’t Only Google’s Problem

  • Privacy Protection Act of 2011 Would Impact Cellular Carriers

  • 2nd Quarter 2012 Economic News

  • Google Readies Chrome for Android

  • Be Smart, Be Prompt

  • Tablet Ownership Almost Doubles in 4 Weeks!

  • Highest Paid Insurance Broker Execs

  • Killer Apps for Entrepreneurs

  • Major Financial Services Player Seeks UK Expansion

  • Smartphone Study Shows Mobile Ads Are Effective

  • Ward's 50 Unveiled

  • Get Paid for Your Old Tech Gadgets

  • FTC Issues First Mobile App Fines

  • Number of UK Tardy Tenants Increasing

  • iPhone Still Top Mobile Device

  • Payday Borrowers Need to be More Responsible

  • The Texting Surge/Revenue Stream May Have Plateaued

  • Hewlett-Packard Developing Up Wireless Payment Device

  • Fidelity National Sells Flood Insurance Business to WRM America for $210 Million

  • Can Google Plus be a Plus for Your SEO Efforts?

  • Gmail Hacked Again

  • Half-Way Through 2011, Already the Most Costly Year for Natural Disasters

  • Court Rules Public Comments on TV News Not "Cyber Libel"

  • The American Medical Association weighs in on Health Care Decision

  • Interesting Data for Marketers

  • Unsecured Credit in the UK nearly doubles in May 2012

  • Pay Your Bills; Buy a Slurpee

  • The "Reading Room" is Now the "Browsing Room," Too

  • Do Online Privacy Laws Provide Enough Protection?

  • Allstate Agents May Unionize

  • Is the "PC Era" a Thing of the Past?

  • Finally…kind words from the CFPB

  • Insurance Carriers Settle on Wage Disputes

  • Internet Privacy: Forced or self-regulation?

  • Google must change in Europe...or else

  • Google and Privacy

  • Nation’s Biggest Banks not Disclosing Overdraft Fees

  • The Ultimate Social Media Dashboard?

  • Why Shop Online for Your Auto Insurance?

  • SOPA (Stop Online Privacy Act) Dead…for Now

  • Mobile on the Move

  • What would a Cashless America look like?

  • Google+ in a Battle for Survival?

  • What do Americans Spend their Money on?

  • Former KY Commissioner Nominated to Serve on FSOC

  • Cyber-security Laws May be on the Horizon

  • Zynga Addiction Growing

  • Credit Card Lending Down in the U.K.

  • Will Google Plus be Serious Competition for Facebook?

  • Google Search Shortcuts

  • New Domain Names Up For Grabs

  • Used Cars to Avoid

  • Google Analytics To Add Webmaster Search Query Data

  • Caio Canadian Cash?

  • U.S. Judge Rejects Google Books Settlement

  • LinkedIn IPO Could Rake in the Dough

  • New Online-Piracy Approach

  • Google's New Algorithm Weeding Out Content Farm Traffic

  • Tornado Strikes Famed Churchill Downs

  • Google Tinkers With Search Page

  • Domino's Slices Up Competition in UK Digital Media Awards

  • Who Passed and Who Failed the Big Bank Stress Test?

  • Huge Workers' Comp Fraud Arrest in CA

  • Adults Slow to Adopt Mobile Banking

  • Wealth Gap Widens by Race

  • Several Denver Broncos Sued Over Workers' Comp Claims

  • The CFPB Wants Your Input

  • Insurance Agent Murders Two Fraud Investigators

  • CFPB Proposes to Include Debt Collectors and Consumer Reporting Agencies to its Purview

  • Small Cars Score Well in Crash Tests

  • CFPB Reports on First Six Months

  • Allstate to Buy Esurance and Answer Financial

  • Consumers don’t understand credit card policies

  • Unusual Insurance Claims

  • Banks Rake in $16 Billion

  • Keeping Your Teen Driver Insurance Rates Down

  • Important Points to Cover Before Buying a Home

  • Between 2007 and 2010, the Median Net Worth of American Families Fell 40%

  • Most and Least Affordable States for Auto Insurance

  • Mortgage Company Slapped With Huge Fine

  • Insured Loss in Japan Tops $2 Billion

  • Do You Need Twitter Insurance?

  • UK's CFA Introduces Payday Loan "Code of Practice"

  • P&C Insurer Income on the Rise

  • Eliminating Home Mortgage Deduction Could Pose More Problems

  • Housing Prices Inch Up

  • New Report Shows Scots' Debt is Growing

  • Foreclosure Filings at 3-Year Low

  • Is Dodd-Frank Helping Banks?

  • Britons Take Three Months to Pay off Christmas Debt

  • UK's Salaried Citizens Benefitting From Payday Loans

  • Obama Admin Offering More Assistance For Unemployed Homeowners

  • New Credit Union Rules Proposed

  • CRL Slices Lobbying Budget

  • Fixing a Payday Loan Dilemma

  • Payday Shooter Sentenced

  • The European Commission Gives Google “Weeks” to Change

  • UK Consumer Fears About Home Buying

  • Good News for Homeowners

  • Are CFPB Comments Truly Confidential?

  • Auto Loan Rates in Lead Among All Loans

  • Provo, Utah Courts Over-loaded With Payday Loan Cases

  • Facebook and the Post-IPO

  • ValueClick Buys Greystripe For $70 million

  • Mortgage Rates Hit Lowest Point in 60 Years

  • PA Woman Pleads Guilty to Mass PayPal Thefts

  • Prepaid Debit Cards Are Big Business

  • Band of America Reaches Settlement on Illegal Fees

  • Mortgage Disclosure Documents Should Help Consumers

  • Final Dodd-Frank Whistleblower Rules in Place

  • UK Payday Loan Business Continues to Soar

  • Cost to Run a Home in UK on the Rise

  • Google Leads the Tech-Pack in “Favorable Opinions”

  • Payday Loans and Cash-for-Gold the Hottest Financial Services in UK

  • Long Term Loans Vs. Short Term Loans

  • Will a Bankruptcy Ruin Your Chance for an Auto Loan?

  • UK Payday -- A Good Business Opportunity

  • Get Out of Debt

  • Will the NFL Lockout Lead to More Short-term Loans?

  • Facebook buys Instagram

  • EU Internet Chief Wants to Throttle Some Internet Services

  • Basics for Remaining Relevent With Google

  • U.S. Firms Impacted by India Privacy Law

  • The 12 Greatest Entrepreneurs: What can we Learn?

  • Benefits of Pay Per Lead Advertising

  • The Best and Worst States to Live in for Affiliate Marketers

  • How Marketing Methods Have Changed Over the Past Decade

  • The 12 Greatest Entrepreneurs of Our Time

  • Poll Shows Payday Loans May be Needed Even More Due to British Budget

  • Payday Loans Serve the Underbanked Market

  • Agency Looking to Crack the Whip on Questionable Online Advertising

  • Dodd-Frank Rules Could Cost Almost $1 Billion

  • The Importance of Mobile Search in the UK

  • Scams, Privacy Issues, Fraud Risks – OLA Issues Warnings

  • Have You Tested Your Web Performance Load Lately?

  • CFPB to Allocate Most of Budget on Enforcement; Warren Promises Scrutiny of Payday Lenders

  • U.S. and European Regulators Investigating Google

  • "Underbanked" Service Industry Expected to Keep Growing

  • Small Businesses Still Behind the Ecommerce Curve

  • Affiliate Tax to Begin in Illinois

  • Payday versus Pawnshops

  • Path Cleared for Dollar Financial to Buy U.K. Payday Lender

  • Mortgage Deal Looking Less Rosy for Millions

  • Utah Payday Loan Bill Killed

  • Google Combatting SEO "Cheaters"

  • Payday Loan Borrowers: Demographic Data

  • Mississippi Payday Loan Bill Signed by Governor

  • The Battle Over Debit Card Swipe Fees

  • Over-Hyped and Under-Hyped SEO Factors

  • Advertisers not happy with IE 10’s “Don Not Track” Policy

  • Payday Lobbying Efforts Pick Up Steam

  • Payday Loan Industry Still Vital

  • U.S. and UK Payday Loans Laws

  • Major Internet Affiliate Marketing Study Completed

  • Consumers Split Over Online Auto Insurance Shopping

  • Internet Explorer, Privacy and Affiliate Marketers

  • Online Fraud Criminals Getting More Clever

  • Big Banks and the States Reach Agreement on Mortgages

  • Sales on Steroids

  • Montana Payday Lender Law Expected to Kill the State's Payday Industry

  • The Shrinking American Middle Class

  • Website Health Check

  • Who’s surviving Paycheck to Paycheck?

  • Are Republicans Trying to Punch Holes in Dodd-Frank?

  • Who Owns Your/Their Twitter Account?

  • Tax Time Programs Help You Go Paperless

  • Where People Gather Local Business Information

  • K-Mart May Become "Bank-Mart"

  • The Building Blocks of SEO

  • Best Rules for B2C Online Lead Generation

  • FTC and Facebook Near Agreement

  • President Signs Online Shopping Bill

  • More Mobile Shopping This Holiday Season

  • Google Meets With Congress

  • Washington Puts Checkmate Gift Card Program in Checkmate

  • Amazon.com Ballot Initiative May be Forthcoming

  • Google Merges Search and Google+ Into Social Media Meteor

  • Brand Building Versus Lead Generation

  • What the Pros say About Social Media

  • Where is Affiliate Marketing Headed?

  • UK Payday Loan Industry Skyrocketing

  • SEO Tips for 2011