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    Quote Originally Posted by Shenron View Post
    Why not?
    What if your referrals are "wikipedia" and others?
    Wikipedia is okay, I guess. I was more referring to the proxy stuff -- no proxy is going to end up on Wikipedia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmi View Post
    I am somewhat superstitious when it comes to traffic sources... I don't like it when the traffic isn't from SE's. On almost all of my websites, SE traffic is at least 50% (mostly 80%+). Does the AdSense TOS say anything about traffic sources? Is it allowed to have 90%+ visitors from referral links?
    Havent read adsense TOS(never had the time, patience, brains to sift through it)..but i think its totally fine that your traffic sources are other than SEO..most of blogs have heavy traffic from Digg, SU, Mixx, Mashable, Sphinn etc..but they run fine..

    Adsense and SEO traffic are unrelated.

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    A caching proxy server

    A caching proxy server accelerates service requests by retrieving content saved from a previous request made by the same client or even other clients. Caching proxies keep local copies of frequently requested resources, allowing large organizations to significantly reduce their upstream bandwidth usage and cost, while significantly increasing performance. Most ISPs and large businesses have a caching proxy. These machines are built to deliver superb file system performance (often with RAID and journaling) and also contain hot-rodded versions of TCP. Caching proxies were the first kind of proxy server.
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