From the monthly archives:

June 2011

Geek Dads Weekly #84 – Google Minus

by Daniel M. Clark on June 30, 2011

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In which the guys talk about one of the most unpleasant subjects for parents: child pornography. Your faith in humanity may well be shaken after this one, folks. Also, Google+ and dealing with bad neighbors.

We opened the show this week with a bit of talk about QAQN Live! and what it means to the show. I’m broadcasting episodes live on Ustream and Mixlr as they’re recorded, and for my fourth attempt at doing a show this way, it worked pretty well! Almost perfect! Oh, there’s a chat room, too. Keep an eye on my Twitter to learn when the next broadcast will be – there will be a set schedule someday, but right now, days and times vary.

Do you have bad neighbors? Drew does. Listen to find out why… it’s entertaining!

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Coffee Talk with Karen Garcia and Jeannine Crooks

James Martell, successful affiliate marketer, President of Net Guides Publishing Inc., successful author and host of the Affiliate Marketers SUPER BootCamp recognizes the growing concern of affiliates across the Unites States as more states pass tax laws like the California Nexus law. As these laws pass major merchants like Amazon.com and Overstock.com drop their affiliates in those states leaving the site owner’s uncertain and weary about their financial future.  James wants everyone to know the nexus law doesn’t have to be the end of your affiliate career.

With the recent passing of the California Nexus Law James joins Karen Garcia, Co-founder of GTO Management and Jeannine Crooks, Affiliate Manager for Buy.at in a frank discussion on exactly what this law means for affiliates, merchants and the online industry as a whole. Karen is up close and personal with many California merchants and affiliates alike and Jeannine walked hand in hand with affiliates in Colorado as they attempted to repeal the tax law and restore confidence in the affiliate industry when it previously hit their state.

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