I complained about an add on Sparks. Got a fast response from Sparks and am so glad it isn't here anymore. It was one that you couldn't pass near it or it filled up the page. I have not seen it in a while and hope I never do. Obvious ads are one thing, those sneaky one are another thing. Thanks for the tip about the "featured article."
I really don't mind any kind of advertising here as it keeps the site free to us.
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66 7/27/10 8:47 A
I agree. I also find it really frustrating when regular articles are more than 2 pages long, especially when most of the "page" are about 2 paragraphs long. It really breaks my focus when I have to click a link and wait for a new page to load before I can continue with what I was reading. I would MUCH prefer each article to be on one page, *maybe* two if it's a really long one.
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1,794 7/24/10 7:14 P
I understand that it is a free site and am grateful that I found it. However, I would like for the people at Spark to use discretion when it comes to allowing advertisers on it's site. I too get frustrated at this. It feels manipulating when you think you are going to read a helpful article to find it is just a "infomercial".
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