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Hello Wim,

Thank you, thank you, thank you for keeping this site running and making the world a more fountain-pen friendly place.

I happened to read this thread and must say, I didn't realize that it makes a difference to leave ads open. I wonder if other people know. 

Apart from leaving ads open, would it bring more revenue to actually click on the ads? I can't usually buy anything, but I can click.

Thanks again,

Anna

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On 4/21/2021 at 3:22 AM, mail_snail said:

Hello Wim,

Thank you, thank you, thank you for keeping this site running and making the world a more fountain-pen friendly place.

I happened to read this thread and must say, I didn't realize that it makes a difference to leave ads open. I wonder if other people know. 

Apart from leaving ads open, would it bring more revenue to actually click on the ads? I can't usually buy anything, but I can click.

Thanks again,

Anna

Hi Anna,

 

No, clicks don't add more funding. However, they do impress (pun intended :)) the advertisers, which is always good.

 

Having said that, please only click on ads that truly invoke yiur interest, We need to stay honest with this :).

 

HTH, warm regards, Wim

the Mad Dutchman
laugh a little, love a little, live a lot; laugh a lot, love a lot, live forever

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Thank you Wim, will do!

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1 hour ago, mail_snail said:

Thank you Wim, will do!

Thank you!

Warm regards, Wim

the Mad Dutchman
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