Wednesday, May 20th, 2009
London’s Court of Appeals determined May 20 that Pringles are a food group, not just a snack, meaning that the chip is taxable at 15%, according to a report filed by msnbc.com. Across the pond, potato chips are subject to the tax while most foods are not.
The judges’ ruling was based on content value. A lot like the value between a good Internet site and one that’s lacking.
From the public-facing side of a website the SEO underpinnings aren’t necessarily evident. A flash home page, for example, might fill the senses with entertainment, but it can’t be optimized the way a hybrid html/flash page can. And if you’re seeking to boost your website to the top of the search engines, it’s essential that your website be able to be optimized.
The alternative is like dieting on martinis and chocolate-entertaining but valueless.
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