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A federal Appeals Court ruled 2-1 that the Federal Communications Commission can regulate the internet like it does your local utility. The idea is to keep quasi-monopoly internet companies from offering different speeds to different providers based on their willingness to pay for it. Basic capitalism, in one sense, but giving the "big guys" an advantage over the "little guys," in another sense. The big risk is that this opens up the internet to more and more intrusion on any number of issues by government regulators. Bottom line: Looks good on this ruling, but much risk down the road. We also discuss the results of a data study by suggesting at least a very high correlative relationship between backlinks and referring domains and SEO results. In fact, those relationships are in the neighborhood of five times higher than domain names and titles. This is connected to the concept of latent semantic keywords. Bottom line: Write good content for human beings. Full show notes plus links and more here!


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