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View Poll Results: Would it be okay for WI to put ads for logged in members?
I think this would be a great idea! the ads that the guests see are not in anyway distracting, no flashy ad's, these that are seen now are so nice and clean.
and the fact that they are google ads makes it even better since they make certain not to place inappropriate material on kid friendly boards.
The only concern i have about ads are the amount of minors on this website who may be clicking away at ads with out their parent's permission. Also, are you allowed to review what types of ads they are before they are added? Again with the amount of children (sorry guys) there are on here, there certainly are ads for things i wouldn't want to expose my kids to. This is a very safe site for people of all ages to be on right now, i wouldn't want to compromise it's integrity by adding ads that may not be appropriate or may be misused by the minors that are here.
I guess, i don't care. But you could make a kind of webkinz ad, you could have picture of the ieam of rares a atre's but havesomething, not webkinz thing like, come see the world's biggest and oldest hot air balloon. Just an idea.
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