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Shaking my head. I received a phone call and when I answered the lady was yelling at her kids. She identified herself as Erica and it was an out of area phone number. She wanted to know if I had houses for sale in a certain market. I thought she was a potential customer. After talking with her at the end she asks if she could take a screen shot of my website and place me on page 1 of Google! Do they not have to identify themselves that they are sales reps for Google right away and without wasting my time?
Got this in my inbox today - don't know if this is what you're looking for http://view.mail.adobesystems.com/?j=feef15797c6d00&m=fe9d157073640c7e75&ls=fe5d12797467017d7c15&l=ff971272&s=fe5516757c6602757217&jb=ff5f11737d&ju=feca167574610c7d&r=0
Jason Yianakis in order to have received your google analytics #, you would have needed to set up google analytics to begin with. You should be able to view it in your Google analytics page. I use the WP Google Analytics plug-in. Something I learned by error is to download the Google Libraries. I had my widgets appearing all over my blog in different places they weren't supposed to. When I downloaded the Google Libraries - it solved that problem - FYI.
This is one step Pinterest could have taken, but I don't feel they're going in the right direction. What I see Pinterest doing here is telling website owners, "Hey, our users might share your content (copyrighted or not) on our website, but if you don't want us to pin your copyrighted content you need to install this code on your site". The burden of effort on preventing the pinning of copyrighted materials should lie with Pinterest and not the copyright holder.