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June 07, 2011, 03:24:32 AM
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and no bids?!?!

It's consistent traffic, too.

Am I doing something wrong on ubitex.org?
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June 07, 2011, 05:33:28 AM
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There are only a few advertisers active on Operation Fababulous currently (There are more ad spaces with more views and no minimum bids without bids (read: FREE ADVERTISING!!!)). Highest bid is currently 0.07 BTC/day for Bitcoin Weekly.

I guess all I can say is that you should wait a bit more time.
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June 07, 2011, 06:39:12 AM
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and no bids?!?!

It's consistent traffic, too.

Am I doing something wrong on ubitex.org?

You should consider a different name, and a differnet design.

Operation Fabulous sounds like Perez Hilton's "Save the Chihuahua" campaign.

The design doesn't look very professional, and I don't "get" what the site does on first glance.

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June 07, 2011, 07:02:16 AM
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and no bids?!?!

It's consistent traffic, too.

Am I doing something wrong on ubitex.org?

You should consider a different name, and a differnet design.

Operation Fabulous sounds like Perez Hilton's "Save the Chihuahua" campaign.

The design doesn't look very professional, and I don't "get" what the site does on first glance.

It's not mine.
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