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Re: decreased caching efficiency?
On Fri, Oct 20, 2000 at 10:24:27AM -0400, Dana Hudes wrote: > No, you are interfering with my revenue stream by preventing > my getting credit for the banner impression. Tough. Banner ads aren't a guaranteed form of revenue. How would you feel if I said my cache at home filters banner content out? You do not have a guaranteed right to spew advertisements. If banner revenue is a large part of your revenue model, I think you need to consider revising it. > right. your customers pay you to get them the packets they asked for and if > they want to visit my site and see my content and your cache breaks that, > you're not delivering what your customers requested. My site won't deliver > content in most of the pages without the ads displaying. Not having a site that is cache friendly is the equivalent of not having a site that works with Netscape|IE|etc. I don't see how your content is the responsibility of anyone else but you. > At the moment there is a timeout built in while I wait for the ad network > to increase server capacity to meet demand. > It will go away. Ahh, so your page is disgustingly slow, and you want to keep it that way. --msa