I don't think this is the case. Once a day per advertiser I imagine but not overall. For example above this topic at the moment I see links to Free Antivirus Downloads and Mailroom News portal. I think if I clicked both of those it would count but if I clicked one twice it wouldn'tSinisterMinisterX said:Real World: could you refresh my memory (and everyone else's) with some information:
1. Is The Owl correct about only once a day does you any good? I think she is, but I can't remember for sure.
Yes it is. The link for free antivirus downloads is http://pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pa ... 8579&nm=242. I use Firefox, and I like to open the links in a new tab. Do you know if you still get credit for this, or do we have to let it open in the same tab? The reason I ask is because I don't know offhand if full referrer info is passed along to a new tab.
As long as the site has STARTED to load and the url in the browser is that of the advertiser then I believe that is enough to warrant payment.3. I always let the advertiser's page load fully, then go to another page on his site. I'm assuming this is enough to get you the credit. Do you know if Google has any rules about how long we have to spend on the advertiser's site?
Serratia said:Well, some sigs are pretty nice and some members put a lot of effort in their signatures, believe me. Don't they, JackKnife?
Belenor said:I have no problems with advertisements, I am somehow immune or what. I treat them as the same mess as signatures of users and simply skip them. But, I must apologise that this little ignorance means I do not click advertisements. I hope this is not that big loss
powerslave said:when i first posted something in here i was a little frustrated by the ads but now i really couldnt care less.
yes ads are annoying but at least they aren't big flashy pop ups full of spam
Genghis Khan said:That's a good point. Pop-ups would seriously slow down reading and especially posting, which makes me think even more that Maverick chose the right method of advertising.