He's playing with the nature of irony (or in this case paradox). The suggestion is that to appreciate irony, you should have NOT clicked on it, thereby showing the love by not showing the love.
Groan! You are probably reading our comments and cackling, "Gotcha!"
by path-finder 5 years ago
Hi all. I have set up Amazon Affiliate program on hubpages and featured Amazon products on a number of my hubs. Looking at it after a while, the link-type report in the Amazon account shows that no one has clicked on the products so far. I wanted to know whether this actually works, so I clicked on...
by Sally Gulbrandsen 2 years ago
I have always added my Products via a keyword search but I have been asked to add a couple of products via links instead. I am not sure whether my being in the UK makes a difference but should I be adding links from Amazon.com or from Amazon UK? I know that most of my traffic still...
by Justin Aptaker 6 years ago
I just accidentally clicked on an ad in my own hub! Will Google Adsense ban me for one click?!I'm a little bit freaked out right now. I accidentally clicked on an adsense link in my own hub. Would Google ban me for that one mistake? Have other Hubbers done this by accident and their accounts been...
by borge_009 8 years ago
What would I do? I accidentally clicked one of the ads when I was editing something. I did not clicked in intentionally.
by JeanMeriam 8 years ago
I ask this because I honestly don't remember ever clicking on one. I read what I want from the page and when I am done click the back button to get back to the search, unless it's a blog. Then I sometimes click the links to their other posts. Maybe I'm not an average internet user? I see the word...
by Dorsi Diaz 8 years ago
Well I went and did it. The thing I had always hoped I would never accidentally do- I was trying to click on my link in a hub - and accidentally moved and clicked the mouse right on an ad!! I clicked out right away.....AGGHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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