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Discussion in 'General Board' started by mobo, May 21, 2019.

  1. mobo United Kingdom

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  3. diablo

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    Been done umpteen times before following Alex Tew's success back in 2005 with the million dollar homepage.
     
  4. mobo United Kingdom

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    I think this one is a bit different. They're up to 13,000 so far within a few hours and all over the news. Interesting to watch
     
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    Not saying it won't work, just that it's not anything new.
     
  6. RobM

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    *facepalm*
     
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    I doubt many will fall for the same stuff again, it was over done years back with scripts popping up everywhere doing the same thing. They haven't really changed the concept at all from some of those varients.

    Looking at some of the current advertisers, I'd be very suspect that they've actually paid, probably gifted to make it look like there is more than there actually is. I mean i highly doubt Ravi from India has really paid $800 just to add his facebook profile for a start :D
     
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    "paid $800 just to add his facebook profile for a start"

    Or not as the case may be - as it is no longer a page!
     
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    I would imagine something like amazon.com has the worlds most expensive home page, as if it were to go down for 1hr, the loss in sales would be somewhere in the region of $11.5m