The time has come, I’ve decided to leave Amatomu and I’m going to make it my mission to get as many other bloggers as possible to join me on this and leave Amatomu.
Towards to the end of last year I blogged about Amatomu needing to pull finger and start sorting things out on their side, to which I received a number of comments from Jason, one of the guys in charge, saying that we could expect changes by the end of Feb. Now, I’m not the only blogger to have agreed on this nor am I the only one to push Jason on this, so I am not standing alone here and I need your support.
I still visit Amatomu from time to time and the ONLY thing I can see on the site is the addition badly placed, shockingly horrible, blue Adsense block on the right, which probably has a CTR of 0.00001% – what a waste of space.
Right, so here’s the deal:
1. I’ve removed the Amatomu ribbon
2. I’m removing the Amatomu tracking code
I need your support (blog it friend!) to join me on this venture – If we all stand together and leave, hopefully they’ll fix things and add new things, then I’d be more than happy to join again.
Support AfriGator people, they’re actively working at keeping it as the best aggregator in Africa!
Oh, and seriously, do yourself a favour, go look at your Analytics and see how many hits you’re getting from Amatomu – I bet you don’t get many!