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Feb 12

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5 comments

Google Ad's are a great way to make money - see right of the screen.

The adverts are made up from google snooping on your browsing history (so don't blame us for the weird adverts you are seeing!)

Questions - Are they annoying, should we remove them?

Would we be better having a links page for bodgers, and bodge related services? Either free or paid?

Thoughts?

 

I dont have a problem with ads as they are not " in your face " so I say lets make some Money£££££££.

 

Len.O

I dont have a problem with ads as they are not " in your face " so I say lets make some Money£££££££.

 

Len.O

Just a quick note, the Ads I am seeing are the things I have been looking at on Ebay, so other people may not all see the same Ads.

 

Len.O

I am unable to sign on via my Phone to the Forum as my Keyboard covers the Password Section and I cant see what I have typed, do others have the same problem?.

 

Len.O

Get an add blocker on the browser extension if you cannot put up with them. I personally don't want them that's why I use one Phil.R

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