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4 hours ago, Moonshadow said:

@Bitter but optimistic has just texted me saying he's too busy clicking through the Asian lady sites to post anymore. So there's one good side to the ads! ?

Well thank you for publicising my business Moonie !!!

However, it seems my literary style is as popular as ever. All these lovely ladies are proclaiming their love for me after a single communication !

Just wait until I forward a selfie

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On a related note, we should all pitch in to drive traffic to the MFC site as well - as it could have a later impact on sponsorship dollars if there's a severe dip in numbers. Set it to launch automatically with your browser perhaps. 

Keep on truckin' Demonland. 

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6 hours ago, Skuit said:

On a related note, we should all pitch in to drive traffic to the MFC site as well - as it could have a later impact on sponsorship dollars if there's a severe dip in numbers. Set it to launch automatically with your browser perhaps

Keep on truckin' Demonland. 

just leave the browser tab for demonland open when you shut down browser.   in browser settings take option to auto restore all tabs left open.

i have demonland and a few other sites open all the time, never have to start (or stop) them

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On 3/30/2020 at 1:32 PM, Diamond_Jim said:

No problems Andy

Will be interesting to see what the advertising bot sends my way ?

I was wondering why I was bombarded with life size Allen Jackovich doll adds, I swear I only googled it once...

 

:roos:

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Ads are fine but happy to pay fee annually.

Its the best value for Monet entertainment I have. 

Please provide a bsb and account so I can transfer.

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1 minute ago, dpositive said:

Ads are fine but happy to pay fee annually.

Its the best value for Monet entertainment I have. 

Please provide a bsb and account so I can transfer.

Don't worry will use donation feature.

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when you get a moment Andy would you care to comment on the monetisation algorithm used by the site hosting company (not your revenue...just the methodology).

The reason I ask is that the youtube algorithm is very specific with different topics giving rise to different click revenues not to mention the location of the viewer. For example  financial videos get some of the highest revenue and can be up to six times the value per click of a travel video .

Never know with a little judicious discussion we might be able to get the revenue per click up by all pretending to be stockmarket gurus.

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18 hours ago, Diamond_Jim said:

when you get a moment Andy would you care to comment on the monetisation algorithm used by the site hosting company (not your revenue...just the methodology).

The reason I ask is that the youtube algorithm is very specific with different topics giving rise to different click revenues not to mention the location of the viewer. For example  financial videos get some of the highest revenue and can be up to six times the value per click of a travel video .

Never know with a little judicious discussion we might be able to get the revenue per click up by all pretending to be stockmarket gurus.

Good question, although I wonder what might happen if we find out that "adult-oriented advertising" has the highest revenue-per-click.

"I only click on it for the Demonland revenue" will be the 2020 version of "I only buy Playboy for the articles"

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Just now, Sir Why You Little said:

Every time i see the Astrology predictions for 2020 ad i laugh ? 

Not this year fellas!!!

My horoscope this year said "you will get closer to loved ones this year despite losing something you love"

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No problem Andy

It's good that the site is still up and running

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On 4/3/2020 at 4:09 PM, Moonshadow said:

Bit rough having ads for 'lady friends' when they know we can't go out and use those services...

There will be something more to your taste scrawled on a lavatory wall in the inner suburbs of Melbourne somewhere Moon. 

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You can always donate here: https://demonland.com/forums/clients/donations/

if you saw what Demonland generated in Ad revenue last month and what it usually generates even with the Ads turned on to life members then you wouldn’t ask to have them switched off. 

The server bill I just paid was huge. Without the ads this site would not exist. 

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Not a huge amount but flicked $20 the sites way. It’s the cost of a few takeaway coffees a week or for you Melbournian’s the cost of your lactose-free freshly squeezed skinny breast milk lukewarm weak 3/4 decaf latte. 

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12 minutes ago, layzie said:

Yep prefer to donate more than request a refund. Hang in there DL.

Once the season gets back on track I will remove the ads for Life and Annual Members. Thanks for your patience and understanding.

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