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Significant increase in ads at Filmtracks

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Significant increase in ads at Filmtracks   Wednesday, March 9, 2011 (2:48 p.m.) 

As much as I have attempted to restrict the quantity and placement of ads at Filmtracks through the years, the site's declining financial health has necessitated a significant increase of the more obnoxious variety in an effort to cover the site's basic costs. These placements mostly consist of Google text links placed in and around the primary content areas of the site. In the next few weeks, you will likely see these placements shift around as I attempt to determine the most beneficial yielding of clicks. They affect the home page, reviews, and comment areas.

I sincerely apologize for heading this direction with the ads. Breaking up the content with ads has always been a taboo in my books, but unfortunately the technique works and I can no longer afford not to try it. There has been no tangible increase in donations to Filmtracks since the new chart detailing such activity debuted. The site is now coming perilously close to unsustainability, and without an increase in Google, eBay, and ad revenue, the remaining saved capital for basic costs will be depleted within a couple of months.

Keep in mind that if you plan on purchasing ANY items through, please support Filmtracks (to the amount of 7% of your purchase) by clicking through any of the links you see at this site before placing your order.

Many thanks again to the dedicated handful of visitors continuing to click on those links and/or donate funds.


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Amazon international purchasing links available   Monday, December 19, 2011 (12:11 p.m.) 

Over the past twelve years, Filmtracks has earned the majority of its commission-based revenue via's affiliate program. As of today, visitors at Filmtracks can now utilize links to a variety of the international Amazon sites as well (,,,, and Commission-earning links to these stores have been placed on the Scoreboard and atop the Filmtracks home page and reviews, and the latter will see further integration of these purchasing options in the future.

You can support Filmtracks by clicking through one of these links before ordering at any of these stores. Retained as well are links to eBay, iTunes, and In order for Filmtracks to earn commissions through eBay, you must place a winning bid on an item after clicking through one of these links. The iTunes affiliate program has been a tremendous disappointment for Filmtracks in 2011, but that option will remain for those intent on buying through that store.

So the next time you decide to place an order or winning bid on any item at these sites, whether the product is a soundtrack or a kitchen appliance, please click on one of these links first. Many thanks!


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