03 May 2008

Nuffnang loves Malaysia more than Singapore?

I am jealous, very jealous. I want to voice out my displeasure!

I realise Nuffnangers from Nuffnang Malaysia get a lot more ads than the counterparts in Singapore. I mean we Singaporean Nuffnangers wait and wait but we do not get any ads. On the other hand, the Malaysian Nuffnangers get so many ads every week.

The frequency of Nuffnang.my getting ads is making the Nuffnang.sg envious....at least me!

Roarrrr...

Nuffnang, aren't you going to get more advertisers for Singapore? If not what is the point of us being so devoted to Nuffnang, even to the extend of Glitterati-ing ourselves, only to find out that we can only get ads once every few weeks or months, because there isn't many advertisers in Singapore.

I hope Nuffnang can look into this, although Nuffnang is not a main source of income, in fact its passive income, but I do hope to see my earnings increasing, it boosts my morale to blog more!

I am happy that the Malaysia counterparts are paid well for being a Nuffnanger, as I do see them having endless ads everytime I visit their blog, I am happy for them, do not get me wrong.

I am just speaking up for those in Singapore, and I believe many of them are just silently complaining too, especially the Glitterati members.

We want ads!

PS: I still love Nuffnang . . . Its still the best blog-advertising company around. At least among those I've tried!

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7 Macro Voice(s):

pamsong said...

"it boosts my morale to blog more!"

Personally, I think you shouldn't need money to drive you to blog. The money bit is supposed to be the by-the-way. Blogging is where the passion is. Not the money. Perhaps that's where a lot of people go wrong. I think that the purpose and motive is already off tangent.

Marc said...

No la Pam u got me wrong. Blogging is my passion. I AM passionate abt blogging, with or without the money. I am just saying it is motivating to know that while u r doing something of yr passion, you see monetary rewards coming in.

If i m blogging becuz of money, i would be like Xiaxue or Dawn, whose full time job is blogging, which I totally cannot afford to, at this point of time.

Haha...

I wish!

Fireopal said...

well....
i also waiting for more ad campaings...

Fireopal said...

do u realize that even GLobal CPC ads are getting lesser and lesser?

Marc said...

Yes fireopal, i realise. . . haha . . .hope Nuffnang will react soon . . .

Genevieve said...

Marc I agree with you the day I read this post. I have noticed many uninteresting blogs with less traffics getting ads on all 3 banners.. 1st I wondered how is that possible, then I realised they aren't SG blogs.

I've read the blog that expresses "strong feelings" towards what you've written.. of well, what I can say is, they have failed to see the whole picture. Singaporean Nuffnang would have understood what you were trying to say there.. Don't bother about the silly comments left by other bloggers in that post.. don't even bother to explain further cos afterall, they aren't your targetted readers..

pamsong said...

Hmmm. (And I attention this "hmmm" to Genevieve.)

I think you're not giving Marc enough credit. I don't think that he's a person who's so easily affected by what other people say about him or his writing. To me, I feel that there's no point getting worked up over stuff people say online because people can say all sorts of things.

But that, of course, seems to be a daily dose of drama that you appreciate. Haha.

I just think that you should realise that Marc's a guy. Not a petty little girl. And guys don't get caught up with drama as willingly as little girls do. At least not the guys I know.

Chill. Marc's approaching what's been written about blog advertising and its money matters very maturely. For that, I applaud him. Perhaps you should ask him for maturity tips, too. =)