This is the last post I will make mentioning MyBlogLog. I have many friends at Yahoo Search Marketing and Yahoo Publisher Network and they have reached out to me and said the few idiots at MyBlogLog do not represent all Yahoo! employees.

I knew this but I appreciate it none the less.

I would like to Address a comment made on Andy Beals Blog by one of MyBlogLog co-founders Eric Marcoullier.

Are we ever going to keep people from making their avatars voluptuous women for marketing purposes? Probably not.

Interesting Eric… You guys were all for this when I got the OK from Scott Raffer for me and Andys contest.

Are we always going to be ahead of SEO-types (sorry) who want to game the system for their own gain? Probably not.

Why do I always get lumped in with SEO-types. Damn you SEO’s with your secret sauce gaming MyBlogLog!!

Its interesting now Eric also makes some comments about how no user information was given out… A friend at Yahoo (executive level) tells me that one of there biggest concerns originally in acquiring MyBlogLog is that they were SHOPPING user data and seeing how much they could get for your information. I guess Yahoo offered them a sweeter deal then the guys at or whatever dirtbag place they were going to sell your information to.

Also interesting to see this post in where a user pointed out all of these flaws over a month ago (yet he is not banned… amazing) (thanks raymond for the ping on that)

Well now that they have banned my ip address and there is just no way around that I guess I can not disclose anymore flaws in the MyBlogLog system.

O well.. I have given them way to much attention. Lets move on. (comments off in effort to move on)

By Jeremy Schoemaker

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