Procuring or pandering is the facilitation or provision of a prostitute in the arrangement of a sex act with a customer. A procurer, colloquially called a pimp (if male) or a madam (if female), is an agent for prostitutes who collects part of their earnings. The procurer may receive this money in return for advertising services, physical protection, or for providing, and possibly monopolizing, a location where the prostitute may engage clients. Like prostitution, the legality of certain actions of a madam or a pimp vary from one region to the next.
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  • 7 Critical Success Factors for Ecommerce This Holiday

    … or breaks your holiday selling success? Site performance The average cost of downtime for an ecommerce website is an estimated $4700/minute. There’s nothing more critical than website uptime and performance during peak periods. It’s not just outages that can be devastating. Slow loading pages at any point of the shopping journey (not just the home…

    Linda Bustos/ Get Elasticin Social Paid Search EMail- 15 readers -
  • My Visit To InMotion Hosting

    … and affiliate support. There is also another office and data center in Virginia Beach. Like most tech and Web 2.0 companies, InMotion uses an open office concept to encourage sharing and collaboration. When we dropped in, they were pimping the place up for halloween. There were cobwebs everywhere. We were greeted by Jason Hong. If you’re an InMotion Hosting…

    John Chow/ John Chow dot Comin Blogging- 8 readers -
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