I was going to my work place the other day and I took a bus that looks like this:
Looks really strange to me. The design is not really practical. I think it probably is some special tie-up with Nokia or something. Was just thinking the bus could have carried a lot more people.
But still, it looks refreshing. I sat on one of those white chairs. There is even a fake bar top. What’s up with buses these days?!
I just realized that the past week… My Google ads earn me 14 cents. Not most encouraging I guess. Hopefully things will get better. Maybe I haven’t placed enough ads around my blog. Okay here’s one:
By the way, do not click on ads that you’re not interested. I know some people are being nice and wanted to help me to earn some money but I don’t really need the money actually. It’s not the right way of showing support. I much prefer people to comment.
Don’t you feel that somehow this New Moon Essence of Chicken looks kinda similar to a competitor product? Has the same tone of green. New Moon also uses a gradient in their bus stop advertisements. That lime-green to darker-green gradient can also be found on a logo of a rival product.
I think they can do better in -ahem- product differentiation. Continue reading “Two brands’ Essence of Chicken look kinda similar”
Well, advertisements are here. It is not obvious but they are here and I decide to go on a slightly different model. I target certain pages to have advertisements. Pages that are more technical are more likely to have ads.
Advertisements are another experiment I have in mind. I want to test if having lesser but more target ads can actually increase the rates of people reading an advertisement.
The problem with technical articles is that most of these tech visitors tend to skip advertisements. They just won’t look at them because they’re so used to it already. My eyes automatically skip all ads somehow. Unless it is flashing and flashing. Damn I hate those.