Discuss Forum Advertisements and Site Supporters - Update 16th Sept in the Forum Improvement Suggestions area at TilersForums.com

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Some people may notice that there are new types of adverts running. And this message is also for the site supporters who usually see no adverts at all.

For the next week and a half at least, all will see all advertisements while we configure them and setup their permissions so they can be hidden by usergroups.

We have the new team in taking over all Google advertisements, and will be running a new system that incorporates Google but should share out the forum traffic to more companies globally, along with being more suitable to construction-related forums.

While we're porting over to them, there's no point me keep setting up usergroups for us then change the whole advert code and me need to do it again. So please bear with me a bit.

I've also just noticed some forum lag - which I haven't seen for years. So I assume this is advert related and will be looking into that once the adverts are finished with.

Thanks for your support and understanding.
 
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For regular members, we should have no ads, only sponsors ads now. :)
 

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