Blegging For My Advertisers

by John Hawkins | June 30, 2005 5:18 pm

You like to be surprised, right? Then click here[1]. Yeah, go ahead, just click right here[2]. Do it, it’ll be fun, you’ll love it.

Wait a second, you aren’t chicken, are you? You’re not going: “No mister, I’m scared to click on the blind link[3]! I’m a little scaredy cat!”

That’s not you, right? Then just click on the link[4], just click on it[5], that’s it — that’s it — hahaha, you fell for it, sucker! How you like that? Haha, I knew I could trick you into doing — Oh wait, you — haven’t clicked on it yet?[6]

Oh. Well, forget the “hahaha, you fell for it sucker” thing…I mean, that, that was part of a play…I mean oh, oh, a short story that I was writing about people who fell for something — it’s set in Holland — and oh — it had nothing to do with a website. It was people clicking on a – uh — a light switch, that’s it, a light switch.

So, nothing to worry about. Just click here[7]. That’s it. Just move that mouse right over the link and click, click, click[8]. Don’t even think about it, just do it.

That’s it — way to go — Ok, I don’t have all day here. I mean seriously, can we just get this over with? Will you just click here[9]? I mean what — what are you saying here? That you don’t trust me? That I’m a bad person?

Ok, that hurts. It does — no, no, — don’t apologize. You said what you meant. I understand totally. I mean, I just work every day, slaving over this hot blog, to make sure that you’re entertained and informed, because I care, because I want to make things better for you, but you don’t trust me enough to do this one little thing for me[10]. No, I already said don’t apologize. No, it’s too late now. I don’t even want you to click on this link[11]. I’ll get over it, don’t worry, I’ve been on the net a long time. I understand how this works.

I’ll just take off now, I’ll just go somewhere, where, sniff, sniff, where I’m not in the way. I don’t want to bother anybody — wait, you will click the link[12]? Oh, thank you so much! I don’t know how to repay you, you’re a wonderful, beautiful person, who is good, who nice, who is — you have clicked the link right[13]? I think you did — yes — I cannot believe you fell for that. I mean, I was sitting here thinking: “No, there’s no way, nobody could buy into that” — but you did. You bought right into it, you were like one of those rats in that psychology experiment who keeps hitting that button[14] because the little ball of cheese falls out — and they’re so happy! Oh, look at me, “I am a rat eating a little ball of cheese!” That’s you, you are the rat in this story and that is why — wait, you were tricking me weren’t you? You haven’t clicked the link,[15] have you?

Ok, I admit I was a little gleeful there with the “rat” and the “cheese,” you know, but what about you? Yeah you! You’re no better than me…Awww, screw it. I’m going to go watch South Park on TiVo. Click on some of the links — please?

Also, there’s another banner ad available (details on the specs are here)[16].

One last thing, a little word to the wise about Conservative Grapevine[17] for the bloggers out there. The page is doing 1200-1500 daily uniques M-F. Yet, there are people who have blogs who are only sending 10 readers over the course of the week to CG, who are making the top 10 referrers. So, send a little traffic CG’s way and you’ll have an excellent chance to get it back multiple times over by being listed as a referrer for a week.

  1. here:
  2. here:
  3. click on the blind link:
  4. click on the link:
  5. click on it:
  6. clicked on it yet?:
  7. click here:
  8. click, click, click:
  9. click here:
  10. do this one little thing for me:
  11. click on this link:
  12. click the link:
  13. clicked the link right:
  14. hitting that button:
  15. clicked the link,:;x=2333;g=172,0;c=305000191,305000191;i=51;n=305;p=6;f=144386;i=51;e=i;s=121;g=172;m=28;w=30;z=0.20946867033930616;k=
  16. (details on the specs are here):
  17. Conservative Grapevine:

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Blegging For My Advertisers

by John Hawkins | April 29, 2005 6:56 pm

Do you like pop-up ads? How about pop-under ads? Do you want to pay a weekly fee to read a blog? Do you like blogs that sell the emails of their subscribers?

No, you don’t like any of those lame advertising techniques, right?

The reason RWN has never used any of those irritating types of ads is because of my advertisers and, of course, like duh, the ads are just sooooo annoying. I did buy pop-under ads on a forum once though off of Ebay. Isn’t it kind of ironic that I wouldn’t want those sort of ads on my own web page but would consider buying them from someone else? Of course, I bought them on Ebay in like 2003 and got enormous amounts of traffic from them for like $10 a pop. Most of the banner ads on Ebay these days are scams that provide zero traffic for your money though, so steer clear of them.

Although, I do have to admit this one is intriguing. I mean buying advertising on the chest of a hot girl[1] is an appealing idea. Just because it sounds cool though, I can’t imagine that it gets that much traffic.

But, I’m getting off-topic.

Check out my advertisers below. They deserve it for advertising here, it would help me out, and believe it or not, these little boosts to their advertising traffic make a difference. I don’t promise it to them, but they notice. In fact, I had one of my repeat advertisers actually ask if I were going to do one of these this week. So, hey, your clicks really matter….

Buy A Right Wing News T-Shirt[2]
Matt Furey Combat Conditioning[3]
Peter C Glover’s Wires From The Bunker[4]
Realm Dekor Decorations[5]
Rightalk Online Radio[6]
Right-Wing Stuff[7]
The Iraqi Truth Project[9]
The Politics Of Faith[10]
Young Nationalist[12]

PS: One of the banners I had sold fell through, so I have one slot available. If you’re interested, contact me at Do keep in mind that banner ads tend to go VERY FAST so I’d advise you to email ASAP if you’d like a slot.

Here are the details on the ads:

You can purchase a 468×60 banner ad on RWN for $60 a month. The banners appear on every page of RWN. If you’re interested, send $60 to my Paypal account (which is also located in the support section — please mention what the money is for in the comments section) and email me your 20kb or smaller banner ad at I will sell a maximum of 4 of these ads per month.

  1. buying advertising on the chest of a hot girl:
  2. Buy A Right Wing News T-Shirt:
  3. Matt Furey Combat Conditioning:
  4. Peter C Glover’s Wires From The Bunker:
  5. Realm Dekor Decorations:
  6. Rightalk Online Radio:
  7. Right-Wing Stuff:
  8. Studentcon:
  9. The Iraqi Truth Project:
  10. The Politics Of Faith:
  11. VitaminUSA:
  12. Young Nationalist:

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Blegging For My Advertisers

by John Hawkins | March 16, 2005 4:28 am

Folks, how about giving my advertisers a few extra looks? Come on — just a few clicks, that’s all I’m asking for. Certainly, if you don’t want to do it, I can’t convince you. I mean clicking on my ads isn’t for everybody. For example, here are some people who probably would not click on my ads:

Noam Chomsky
Ward Churchill
Hillary Clinton
Maureen Dowd
Susan Estrich
Ted Kennedy
Paul Krugman
Michael Moore
Giuliana Sgrena
O.J. Simpson
George Soros

Now, I’m not going to say that you’re just like these people if you don’t click on my ads….so, hope you’ll click on the ads =D

Freedom Stone T-Shirts & Sweatshirts[1]
Michael Moore Hates America[2]
Place A Bet On Iraq[3]
RightTalk Radio[4]
The United Nation Foundation[5]
Ankle Biting Pundits[6]
Crowe Store[7]
Right-Wing Stuff[9]
The Nose On Your Face[11]

  1. Freedom Stone T-Shirts & Sweatshirts:
  2. Michael Moore Hates America:
  3. Place A Bet On Iraq:
  4. RightTalk Radio:
  5. The United Nation Foundation:
  6. Ankle Biting Pundits:
  7. Crowe Store:
  8. Studentcon:
  9. Right-Wing Stuff:
  10. VitaminUSA:
  11. The Nose On Your Face:

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