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Senja,3rd December 2015

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Yulayz,3rd December 2015

The problem is, you are acietvly registering a domain page that you intend to do nothing with except slap on some ads. Sure, you're right, you're not forcing the user to come to your page, so once they end up there, you're looking to make a quick profit the value, in this sense, being that you served up some relevant ads. But these are things they would have found some other way, and more quickly, without coming to your page first.So while you're not directly spamming them (i.e. they don't have to sift through their email inbox and deal with an unsolicited advertisement), they still have to sift through the search results to find useful information, of which your page is not a desired page for them to click through to as there is nothing of content value to them there.If you were to advocate something like using current events to drive interest to a site, or to expand your site to encompass current interests and gain a surge of visitors that have a longer term beneficial effect, that would be more useful. As it stands, you're advocating get-rich quick techniques but solely acting as a middle-man with no product but no one really needs or wants that kind of middle man.

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You're right. You are an affiliate maeektrr in the truest sense your job is to make other people money and take a commission, essentially acting as an freelance advertising campaigner rewarded based on performance. You will obviously make more money by exploiting systems such as Facebook or Google, but it's also apparent that these systems are fighting a battle against you so that their systems cannot be abused. In your Facebook example, Facebook tried to cap spending at $50 to get the system started in an attempt to offer a fair scaling of their service until enough advertisers were using it. They didn't want you to go ahead an abuse the system by signing up X hundred accounts, so you made a quick buck and that door is now closed to you. Over time, more and more doors will close, and since your efforts are focusing on the quick gain for someone else's product, down the line you won't have your own product or service worth talking about.But you'll have money, right?

Adxrenovation,1st December 2015
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