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February 14, 2011, 01:55:20 AM
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Whats the min cashout?

5 BTC.

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February 14, 2011, 02:50:09 AM
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February 14, 2011, 04:34:14 AM
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I'm sponsoring this project as best as I can by preemptively signing up and placing an on my service. Is there any place I could send a few Bitcoins to help it along?

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February 14, 2011, 06:17:13 AM
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I'm sponsoring this project as best as I can by preemptively signing up and placing an on my service. Is there any place I could send a few Bitcoins to help it along?

I think the best way to help is participating (especially advertisers). There are quite some sites now (most have now reasonable minimum bids), but the amount of active advertisers could be a bit higher. If you want to help, but you don't have anything to advertise, take a foss project that you like (hint: bitcoin, there have been ad runs for that before) and place an ad about that.

If that's to much "work". I could open an address where people can donate to, to advertise bitcoin, or something else. In that case you could also help with providing nice graphics for ads.

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Donations can be send to: 13udpXVNV1R2uSBAvpnUosJ1NLxGgmN57W
I will use those btc partially to promote Bitcoin on non-Bitcoin centric sites and partially for the rent of the server (although with current bitcoin price we're covered until the next year, so most will go to promoting Bitcoin).
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@Quip, I'll activate your ad later today (have to go to work first). Also, a good way to help is get a lot of visitors.
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February 14, 2011, 02:29:58 PM
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even .1/day for a site than get 8 hits a day is hardly "reasonable".

If people would just set minimums to 0 and let the market decide, you would see more business.

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February 14, 2011, 02:34:15 PM
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even .1/day for a site than get 8 hits a day is hardly "reasonable".

If people would just set minimums to 0 and let the market decide, you would see more business.

I already did. Smiley

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February 14, 2011, 05:08:09 PM
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I think the best way to help is participating (especially advertisers). There are quite some sites now (most have now reasonable minimum bids), but the amount of active advertisers could be a bit higher.

@Quip, I'll activate your ad later today (have to go to work first). Also, a good way to help is get a lot of visitors.

I uploaded an Ad and it did not appear in the Ads list. Once you get that fixed and I get some more Bitcoins, I'd be happy to buy an Ad or two. Also, thanks in advance for activating my site.

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February 14, 2011, 07:34:43 PM
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I uploaded an Ad and it did not appear in the Ads list. Once you get that fixed and I get some more Bitcoins, I'd be happy to buy an Ad or two. Also, thanks in advance for activating my site.

Your site is activated now. About the ads in the ads list, disable any ad blockers. I didn't see anything unusual in the logs or database, so my guess is it is that.

even .1/day for a site than get 8 hits a day is hardly "reasonable".

If people would just set minimums to 0 and let the market decide, you would see more business.

True, I see people slowly dropping the minimum bid to 0.
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February 14, 2011, 11:20:17 PM
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Your site is activated now. About the ads in the ads list, disable any ad blockers. I didn't see anything unusual in the logs or database, so my guess is it is that.

Thanks for that. I did in fact have Adblock turned on, silly me. How did your site get in the block lists do quickly? XD

I also purchased one small add, as I am trying not to spend the BitCoins I have for sale.

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February 15, 2011, 12:17:32 AM
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How large is the network right now?

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February 15, 2011, 03:22:59 AM
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last I checked about 2 dozen sites and not quite that many buyers

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February 15, 2011, 06:20:10 AM
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Thanks for that. I did in fact have Adblock turned on, silly me. How did your site get in the block lists do quickly? XD

Adblock looks for common used words on parts of sites and if it contains things like "ads" or "advertisement" it blocks it by default.
There is nothing I can do about that. Project Wonderful must have the same problems with this (they warn about it when entering their site, I might get something similar in place later, although many people who use ad blockers also have noscript (javascript is used to detect if the user is running adblock) and then it doesn't work any more.

last I checked about 2 dozen sites and not quite that many buyers

Yes, about 10 - 15 sites (most of them getting 10-40 views per day), and only about 4 active advertisers.
1 site manages to get ~2200 views/day (in the weekends a bit less), current advertiser pays 0.26btc/day to have their ad displayed.

I've been tracking income over the past 2 weeks, there were no payouts (5% fee, based on 5 btc this is 0.25btc/payout), this gave about 0.15btc/week. The ad on the front page of the site has generated about 3 btc until now. It's not much, but I'm happy with the results so far.

BTW, I see that someone tried to do an SQL injection... which failed. Wink
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February 15, 2011, 11:14:30 AM
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I've been tracking income over the past 2 weeks, there were no payouts (5% fee, based on 5 btc this is 0.25btc/payout)

The first payout (4.75 BTC) happened today.
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February 15, 2011, 06:06:26 PM
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I've been tracking income over the past 2 weeks, there were no payouts (5% fee, based on 5 btc this is 0.25btc/payout)

The first payout (4.75 BTC) happened today.

Great to know you got it. Happy spending of it.
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February 28, 2011, 11:06:16 PM
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I registered an account on Operation Fabulous, but couldn't figure out how to bid on ads.  Do I need to design an ad first?  Fund my account first?

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March 01, 2011, 06:10:37 AM
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BTW, I see that someone tried to do an SQL injection... which failed. Wink
Haha, those are always funny. I remember xkcd.com did a color survey, where you had to name the color that was displayed. There were a lot of colors with mysql injections as the name. Cheesy

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Pretty funny: http://xkcd.com/327/
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March 01, 2011, 11:07:15 AM
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I registered an account on Operation Fabulous, but couldn't figure out how to bid on ads.  Do I need to design an ad first?  Fund my account first?

You have to design an ad first, so that you can select it when you set up your campaign. If you don't have an ad (of the correct dimensions for the site that you're advertising on), the screen that you see is quite misleading. It should say "you can't advertise on this site until you have created an ad of xxx by yyy pixels".

PS: Please don't advertise on Quezi.com, whose readers are not your target market.
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March 01, 2011, 06:14:05 PM
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You have to design an ad first, so that you can select it when you set up your campaign. If you don't have an ad (of the correct dimensions for the site that you're advertising on), the screen that you see is quite misleading. It should say "you can't advertise on this site until you have created an ad of xxx by yyy pixels".

I hope to fix that with the upcoming big update (hopefully within a few weeks). The text above the site selection screen (part one of creating a bid) says the same (but I guess people don't read that).
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