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kah13176
07-15-2011, 10:33 PM
http://img30.imageshack.us/img30/6526/asdfjklasdf.png

The ad is an animated .gif that cycles through these two panels.

I found this on www.omegle.com, which is basically a gigantic, anonymous, 1-on-1 chatroom that I occasionally use to spread Ron Paul information. Being a chatroom, it's naturally populated by young people, Ron Paul's primary demographic. The site gets around 30,000 people online average at any given time.

It shows up on the side, and from what I can see refreshing a few times, it's among one of three that show up (the other two being for World of Warcraft and Comcast).

MelissaCato
07-16-2011, 10:50 PM
I know I know !! I did too tonight. This is so exciting !! Ron Paul 2012 !!! And this is a dog pedigree forum. ;o)

http://www.pedigreedatabase.com/uploads/babyeagle4u/images/pdbad.JPG

MelissaCato
07-16-2011, 11:10 PM
On the top of the page, on the side of the page. (lol) I love it, I love it. I see Rands advert too this past week .. I have a screenshot of that too I'll find and post. :D This is fun !!

http://i192.photobucket.com/albums/z184/CatoUSA/pdbrp.jpg

trey4sports
07-16-2011, 11:14 PM
it has more to do with what interests you guys have, and the things you search for on the internet more than the website you saw the ad on. Google is all-knowing


Adsense determines what ads to show based on the website your visiting as well as what you search for and look at on a day to day basis.

MelissaCato
07-16-2011, 11:18 PM
http://www.pedigreedatabase.com/uploads/babyeagle4u/images/pdbrp.JPG

LOL and on the Crazy Spending thread too !!

MelissaCato
07-16-2011, 11:20 PM
it has more to do with what interests you guys have, and the things you search for on the internet more than the website you saw the ad on. Google is all-knowing


Adsense determines what ads to show based on the website your visiting as well as what you search for and look at on a day to day basis.

Ahhh man, you mean everyone isn't seeing these adverts ? Darn it. That's what was so exciting.

smartguy911
07-16-2011, 11:25 PM
you guys do know these ads are targeted to you based on your IP. Google records all your tracking behavior using Google Analytics. Ronpaulforums uses Google Analytics and Google uses this information to track your behavior across sites online. So don't get all excited just because you see Ron Paul ad on a dog website.

MelissaCato
07-16-2011, 11:29 PM
I never seen them before over there and I've been a regular poster since 2006. Either way, it's nice to see Ron Paul adverts. :cool:

Esoteric
07-16-2011, 11:34 PM
yeah, google knows that we'd be interested in the ads, based on our google searches and websites we frequent. whatever you do, do NOT click them. They are likely pay-per-click.

RonPaulFever
07-16-2011, 11:50 PM
Just saw one on YouTube as well!

UWDude
07-17-2011, 12:07 AM
Please resist the urge to click on them. Every click costs the campaign.

BladeOfAnduril
07-20-2011, 06:26 AM
I'll have to keep an eye out. I haven't seen any Ron Paul ads online yet, but its very good to hear that they are out there.

evilferret
07-20-2011, 10:24 PM
Depending on browser they have targeted ads.

It kinda hurts us since more likely than not a Ron Paul supporter will see these ads and if they click (they charge to whoever has that ad up).

Try clearing cache or what not. As soon as I started reading up on RP, the RP ads just started coming in.

Romulus
07-20-2011, 10:31 PM
it has more to do with what interests you guys have, and the things you search for on the internet more than the website you saw the ad on. Google is all-knowing


Adsense determines what ads to show based on the website your visiting as well as what you search for and look at on a day to day basis.

Minority Report.

Valli6
07-20-2011, 10:35 PM
you guys do know these ads are targeted to you based on your IP. Google records all your tracking behavior using Google Analytics. Ronpaulforums uses Google Analytics and Google uses this information to track your behavior across sites online. So don't get all excited just because you see Ron Paul ad on a dog website.

If I delete cookies and/or cache in my browser, does Google Analytics still retain the information on their end?

HOLLYWOOD
07-22-2011, 08:35 AM
I found this on www.omegle.com, which is basically a gigantic, anonymous, 1-on-1 chatroom that I occasionally use to spread Ron Paul information. Being a chatroom, it's naturally populated by young people, Ron Paul's primary demographic. The site gets around 30,000 people online average at any given time.

It shows up on the side, and from what I can see refreshing a few times, it's among one of three that show up (the other two being for World of Warcraft and Comcast).

Some demographics using ALEXA
http://www.alexa.com/siteinfo/omegle.com#


omegle.com (http://omegle.com/)

Omegle.com Is this your site? Run an Alexa Site Audit (http://www.alexa.com/siteaudit/?theme=siteinfotip).



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While we estimate that 23% of visitors to the site come from India
where it is ranked #1,367,
it is also popular in Turkey, where it is ranked #906.

About 71% of visits to the site are bounces (one pageview only).



Compared with internet averages, Omegle.com appeals more to users who are under the age of 25; its audience also tends to consist of low-income, childless men and Asians browsing from school and home who are not college graduates. Visitors to the site spend about two minutes on each pageview and a total of four minutes on the site during each visit.

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