Very interesting set of articles in current Business Week about turning our online life into marketing tools - using our online friends to sell stuff to us.

http://www.businessweek.com/magazine/content/09_22/b4133032573293.h...

I see that the Atheist Nexus business model is same as other online sites -- Bill Payers to our right.

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I often like to click on them, because often they are alloted so many clicks according to how they pay, or they pay per click.

They downside is that advertisers will often use their leverage to effect content of a site. This sometimes may include censorship, either in the form of outright removal of content, or forcing a site to water down content.
Interesting, so because you want Atheist nexus to continue, you support it by clicking on the ads. I tend not to notice the ads.

They downside is that advertisers will often use their leverage to effect content of a site. This sometimes may include censorship, either in the form of outright removal of content, or forcing a site to water down content.I

Can everyone can be bought if the price is right, even free-thinking atheists?!

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