Experimenting with Ads

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Experimenting with Ads


This blog has been “ad free” since it started.
However, in order to better educate myself about various advertising engines and vehicles (I’ve experimented with Google AdSense in the past), I’m going to turn on advertising to see what happens.  I like to base my opinion, when possible, on “real world experience” and feel like it has been too long since I played around with the advertising stuff.
Within the limits of whatever each advertising platform allows, I’ll share details around what I have learned and how the various platforms compare (at least from a software entrepreneurs perspective).
If the fact that this site now has advertising really, really bothers you, please leave a comment here.  I’m not doing this for the financial value (it’s unlikely that much revenue will be generated), but instead for the education value.  However, if this bothers enough readers, I’ll turn it back off again.

Posted by on Sat, May 27, 2006


It would be great if u will share what u learn from this experiment.

posted on Saturday, May 27, 2006 at 2:56 PM by akshat

Just please don't put ads on your RSS feed. I read this through an aggregator (Bloglines) and ads on the feeds are annoying...

posted on Saturday, May 27, 2006 at 5:31 PM by Yoav Shapira

I think its OK to put ads on your work. Its yours you can do what ever you want to do with it. Just don't put the ads in the text it gets pretty annoying. Check out  
he covers this subject pretty good.

posted on Monday, December 08, 2008 at 7:07 PM by Luther

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