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You know that's fine. I am reluctant to help someone pollute the world with more advertising myself. But..

This message was originally written in a time when advertising was abundant and many things in the Internet World were free. When the pinheads finally got the message that there wasn't much gravy in the internet advertising world, a lot of funding dried up, and then a lot of free things started to disappear.

I'd like to recommend that every regular at PM make it a point to routinely visit the sponsor's ad and navigate around the sponsor site by choosing at least three links. Sponsors of this site annoy me only a little with banner ads. And the whole mass of wrong-headed things that are commonly believed in the advertising industry can wait for another rant (on another more appropriate, site).

...All the world looks like -well- all the world, when your hammer is Perl.
---v


In reply to Re: Re: Ever heard of AdCycle? by agentv
in thread Ever heard of AdCycle? by damian

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