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438 posts
Member since Dec 31, 2014

Thanks, Vic. This is an unconscionable betrayal of trust.

4,274 posts
Member since Mar 1, 2011
HLesley said:

Thanks, Vic. This is an unconscionable betrayal of trust.

I betrayed your trust?

438 posts
Member since Dec 31, 2014
vicdillinger said:
HLesley said:

Thanks, Vic. This is an unconscionable betrayal of trust.

I betrayed your trust?

Of course not! I trust you implicitly and I don't think you would ever do such a thing.

 

7 posts
Member since Jan 6, 2017
Sookie said:
Wesman_Todd_Shaw said:

I'm straight out copy and pasting everything I have to various blogger blogs. I probably won't be done today though. Well, was nice knowing everyone.

Will they still rank if they are on this site?  I had though about doing the same thing.

It is working again!!!! Happy moment :-)

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Member since Apr 15, 2017

 

Why was IB4 rolled out and the forum removed from public view? So that no outsider could see the complaints here. 

This forum isn't removed from public view, it can be viewed when logged out, there is a link to the forum at the bottom of every page, and a google search for "I pronounce the InfoBarrel forum dead" brings up this very thread as the first result in google. 

10 posts
Member since Apr 15, 2017

 

Revenue share has dropped from 95% to 75%, meaning more money for the owners, and that's even assuming the earnings figures are correct (they aren't) and that they pay us (increasingly uncertain). So it may actually be making them more money.

Haven't looked at what has happened to the Alex rank in the past 12 months then?

From about 30,000 to 122,394.

I have sites in the top 100,000 which don't pull in much money. 

During that period you've also got a huge rise in the prevalance of adblock users, and a continued increase in the proportion of mobile traffic (which generates much less money than desktop traffic).

They could have dropped revenue share from 95% to 40% and I doubt they'd be making more money today than they were a year ago. 

Go and browse the monthly adsense threads on WebmasterWorld, got some serious big hitters posting on there, people who generate $30,000 a month on adsense etc. It paints a grim picture of what is happening to the ad economy, not many people reporting year on year revenue growth.

Its a fast changing game. Browse Flippa and the highest earning adsense sites actually just purchase traffic from cheaper networks (this is allowed), its called arbitrage, they buy millions of hits from Taboola and profit from the traffic when it hits their sites (makes perfect sense really, as you know you are paying for a visitor who doesn't have adblock installed, and who isn't ad blind - as they've literally just clicked your ad).

409 posts
Member since Sep 28, 2013

 

 

I am up to $44 in my daughters site so thought I might just make payout.  BUT........Have to dream for her for that to happen Eileen

381 posts
Member since Jun 9, 2010

Hi everyone!  Popping back in again after being away for about a year, and being away a few years before that.  Wow...things have changed around here.  I just spent a couple of hours browsing the forums and checking out the changes to the site.

I noticed that the admins 'responded' in another forum post stating the site isn't dead as Phil suggested (hey Phil!).  Does anyone here feel any differently since the admins' last post?

I plan on editing/updating some of my articles without spending too much work on it, given the valid complaints I'm seeing here.  I already have my articles saved offline so I'm not terribly concerned about losing content.  I sure wish we could delete our own articles though!  Some of my stuff is pretty cringeworthy and the sooner they're removed, the better. sealed

Anyway, good to see the familiar faces and names again and I plan on hanging out in the forums until...well, I guess until something happens!

438 posts
Member since Dec 31, 2014

Editing your old articles could be a problem as many of them aren't accessible any more. And yes, you do still have to contact admin to remove articles, but they don't check in very often any more.

 

381 posts
Member since Jun 9, 2010
HLesley said:

Editing your old articles could be a problem as many of them aren't accessible any more. And yes, you do still have to contact admin to remove articles, but they don't check in very often any more.

 

I saw that in the forums about the problems with editing old articles, but I edited a couple of mine today and it seemed to work fine.

I have contacted the admins about removing old articles but that was just a couple of hours ago.  I won't start yelling at them just yet.  wink

I also posted in the other thread where the admins announced the IB 4 rollout with some requests.  We'll see if they respond!

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