They refused my request to join their program – for another site of mine – and got declined. The reason was they couldn’t cooperate with sites containing adult materials.
Well, that was acceptable. I then removed all adult materials from my site (actually, only galleries of selfshots and posing models – some in bikini – nothing nudity), and replied their e-mail, asking them if I removed all adult related content from my site, would I have a chance to rejoin their program?
Hell no. They replied me, they still can’t sign my site in. Their system only works with those sites which have more than 1000 daily visitors! I don’t mean to blame anyone, but try to imagine: if your site has more than 1000 daily visitors, who needs their program?
This make no sense. They should add a bold line under their bold statement existing there:
Join our network of high-quality advertising possibilities and start raising the readership of your website for free. All you need to do is display our compelling content on your website.
ONLY FOR FAMOUS SITE WITH MORE THAN 1000 DAILY VISITORS!
WordPress (thanks for their great service) has given us other choices: notification on reblogging (plus backlinks), public tags, likes on post, follow blog, Facebook sharing, Google+1, etc., all with notifications and a great suggestion to visit back our visitors’ blogs. With these all priceless offers (free), it’s right time for me to forget mgid!
Thanks for reading. And oh, – copied and pasted from messages arrived from mgid’s support – “Our apologies for any inconvenience caused”.