__/ [Antipodean Bucket Farmer] on Thursday 09 February 2006 20:16 \__
> In article
> tinasilvee@xxxxxxxxx says...
>> Recently i read about million dollar homepage. My only query is why
>> people have gone there and advertise their banner which is hardly
>> visible on that site. No doubt that site is getting hits but you can
>> hardly see who is advertising unless you click on it.
> It is called, "hype."
I was going to reply with the same answer. If only you saw the amount of
exposure and free publicity the guy got. If he were not so young, I doubt he
would have gotten any air time to promote his cause. It's that element of
character (the dream of a young man, yet to become a millionaire) which
played a major role.
Last month I helped a guy who thought he was going to make something unique
by developing a pure-CSS million dollar page. It's all nonsense.
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