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Have you submitted your site the tagging directory of WhatUTag? If not, you should do it now to get exposed on the web. Its traffic on speed at http://www.whatutag.com
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We have an upgrade being implemented on our site. Change of template, system voting, user profile details, application for listings upgrade and more. Release date will be sometime at the end of this month.
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If you havent checked your SEO statistics you may want to so 2012 will be a successful ywar for you! http://seo.whatutag.com
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Lots of updates needing to be done on WhatUTag.com Many changes to come and extra tools to use that will help enhance your sites ratings and performance.
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WhatUTag.com has a site-wide position for 150x150 buttons for only $20.00 a month and $5.00 a month to be listed in our images directory page. Contact me through Google+ or visit us at http://www.whatutag.com/
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Be sure to join and submit your site(s) so everyone can vote for who they love and why. Registration is simple, just 4 fields to fill out and that is it. Make sure you Like and +1 our site when you visit us. Happy New Years!!!
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WhatUTag has a site-wide position for 150x150 buttons for only $20.00 a month and $5.00 a month to be listed in our images directory page. Contact me through Google+ or visit us at http://www.whatutag.com
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Will major companies go into a blackout in order to raise awareness of #SOPA and #PIPA?

One major tactic that might truly derail the bill would be if the biggest websites in the country were to temporarily shut down their services and instead inform visitors of the dangers of SOPA. Remarkably, it now appears as though a coalition made up of fifteen online titans is seriously considering doing exactly that.
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