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When someone explains about a certain marketing strategy or website layout I often like to see an example. Further, it is always interesting and helpful to see what other people have constructed.
So why then do so little people fill out their website URLs? (I went through about 25 interesting profiles and found only 4 web addresses filled out).
Do they want to save their ideas from being copied by others? Is it privacy? What made you decide not to fill out your web site address?
So why then do so little people fill out their website URLs?
Could be a number of reasons - many of the folks are spammers, or run adult, gambling, pharm sites, etc and don't want to deal with other members prejudices.
I'm sure some folks don't want to be connected with their dayjob site, for fear of saying something here that could compromise their employment...
Prejudices here? There is a bit of it around, but mainly confined to <snip> forum (don't want to get into an arguement do we?)
Well maybe to avoid those nutters, but mainly privacy. Mind you if you want to be really private you turn off your sticky mail too, then "they" cannot get you at all
I don't worry about what other people think about it, seems too many people think what other people think about them in the world of that nature.
ooOoo but listing your url in your profile is fun. I look at profiles to find new sites to visit. Often to see what other people do as far as SEO goes, ideas and whatnot. But I don't take peoples topic ideas I have too many of my own as it is :D
Anyway. I just like to tease myself with this kind of nutty question.
I'm of to the Adsense forum. Hee haaaw!
I could be wrong, but I think it's habit for many of us to start snooping a site if we're on it.
I know for a fact many of my main competitors are on this site. I know this because they posted their URL's.
joined:Mar 3, 2003
Now I could be a bigtime pharma spammer but you wouldn't know. :)
If you criticise a search engine, and one of the employees see it, they are gonna delete your site ;)
lol. It's true - I've heard it.
I certainly don't beleive in this non-sense - its the most idiotic thing I've ever heard, and afterall, if a search engine does delete any one of my sites, it will just give me a good idea of which one has bad-faith and which one respects criticism.