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Click it Like You Mean It

Like most of you who reads NH routinely, I too, have my need for capati and teh tarik daily.

I read blogs to clear my mind from winded programming and stupid-CSS-don’t-want-to-follow-me. To rejuvenate and expand my depth of knowledge. Most of the time to procrastinate my never ending pile of work.

Some I follow dearly, some casually. But if I like an article, I’d click the ads on my way out. To me, that’s one way of showing support other than commenting.

  • Moral support – Leave comments related to the topic
  • Mental support – Argue, no low blow or help trash others
  • Physical support – Traffic gained or recommend to friends
  • Monetary support – Click the bloody ads

If you like a particular blogger or an article good enough to raise an eyebrow. Don’t hesitate, just click it and consider coffee’s on you, because they spent an excruciating amount of time penning it down.

Besides, what other ways for you to get back to the overly quote multi-national company? Exactly, make them spend more. So click happily ๐Ÿ‘ฟ ๐Ÿ˜€

ps: I’m not telling you to click on NH’s ads, but I’d be delighted if you did :XO:

By NoktahHitam

I am web developer, who's main concern is to save the trees. Nonetheless

45 replies on “Click it Like You Mean It”

i agree bro…it’s just a way of showing support for the publisher…of course it won’t get them rich a blink of an least they got some motivation to continue blogging and provide more useful and unique content ! :up:

great minds think alike… ๐Ÿ™‚

dulu yg aku kata page ni load slow pon ko kata maybe ads punya pasal..aku baru sedar yg page ko ni xde pon ads..did i miss something? kat column kanan ni just links saja..header,footer xde pon ads.. โ—

I hear you.

Even though I don’t use any ads on my blog (because I can hardly generate any moolah from there), I understand that people put them there for a reason.

I would normally click ads on blogs that have held my attention span more than a minute (either that, or some ads just catches my attention).

i only CliCk the ads if:

1. the writer wrote very good post.
2. the ads are really CatCh my eyes
3. proper ads arrangement not ‘serabut’ as usual so Called online-money-maker did.
4. i knew the writer.

ps: follow this Comment, u’ll know
pss: lets make those so Called multinational Company spend more.


Sarah support camne?

kne la die comment kt cnie kn?

btw, i’ll give you some physical support, wheelchair nak?
huhuhu.. i mean recommend kat kawan2.. hehe

ps: slalu laju die komen, harinie xde plak…

I mean that in blog context. Recommend as in recommend the blog to others. A link can be considered as one ๐Ÿ˜Ž

Instead of giving me wheelchair, you might as well buy a pair of 20kg dumbells.

owh..patut la. concern sungguh ko ye,thanks la. tapi still lambat. tapi org lain kat sini xcomplain pon,maybe ni aku je kot,isolated case ni..don’t bother it so much.

cheers~ ๐Ÿ˜‰

I’m gonna sound like an complete dork, but errr… i couldn’t find me no ads (after a few minutes of clicking whatever)… I keep ending up at old posts. hmmm..

Care to point the way?

Good post bro! Totally agree, good blogs must show support!

I always Click my few favorite blogs. Ehem, most of the time I only read good blogs ๐Ÿ˜›

ps: Show lah support to The Flaccid Mind! :up: :up:

Pair of 20kg dumbbells? That’s so heavy! ๐Ÿ˜ฏ

Wanna be like 300 Spartans eh?

ps: Sarah suke muscles eh? ๐Ÿ˜›
pss: Mane die ko sorok nie NH? ๐Ÿ™„

wonder if i have any great content!!??

what a good solution indeed! sometimes i wonder what is the great content really look like (as general blogger)?

malay’s blog that writing in malay, susah mau cakap. mentallity reader pun mainkan peranan.

wonder if kita boleh jadi penulis blog yang bagus.

ps: masih bercuti huhu

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