More ads than usual

Bierpower

Active Member
Sorry but that is one that we put there on purpose. Trying out a new company called infolinks and if it works, we're hoping to can Google.
The worst part is it covers the quick scroll buttons and the adds have sound but I get it. Funding has to come from somewhere.
 

wjtstudios

Hooked
Sorry but that is one that we put there on purpose. Trying out a new company called infolinks and if it works, we're hoping to can Google.
The damn pop-up banner at the bottom is the one that really drives me nuts.

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The lower one is much more user friendly than the top. The top blocked the ability to go between threads. And the lower can be “x” out
 

DirtHeadDavis

Active Member
I'm not one to complain about a platform that I can use for free as I know it all generates income for Eddie and Cindy, but yes I too have to scroll through and accidentally click countless new Google ads recently. Thanks for the commitment Eddie - hate how big companies think they can do what they do simply because they're big companies.
 

benatc1

Active Member
I noticed it too, but definitely thought was because I've been a little less active over the past few weeks. Maybe a combo of both lol
 

jesse3638

Active Member
Of course they did without asking, google thinks it can do anything without asking, these companies got too big and are out of control
Kind of like Amazon and Ring defaulting Amazon Sidewalk to the on position and requiring it's users to "op-out" and turn it off. I'm sure they were hoping most didn't realize what it is and left it on to share their wi-fi with everyone near you to "make it better" for others. Fuck off! They can pay for their own internet just like I do.
 

BlueRubicon

Member
Yea it sucks. I wasn't sure if Wayalife had anything to do it or not and I didn't want to complain. This is why I don't watch regular TV, the commercials kill me.
 

Bierpower

Active Member
I don't either. Apparently, this is all on phones. That big ad is just stupid too.
I will note that it seems almost like a glitch while the ad is loading. It usually only stays for about 10 seconds before the ad changes and it goes away.
 

wayoflife

Administrator
Staff member
I will note that it seems almost like a glitch while the ad is loading. It usually only stays for about 10 seconds before the ad changes and it goes away.
I appreciate the heads up. We are trying a new company with the hopes of ditching Google for ads and I talked to them about it. They said it was a glitch and that they would fix it. Again, I apologize for the trouble.
 
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