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I added Qadabra about a week ago to my blogs [Techno World](http://www.technoworrlld.blogspot.com) and [Lab World](http://www.labworldd.blogspot.com).Together,I get around 500-600 visits daily.However,average eCPM is $0.3.One day,they gave me eCPM of $23 but on other days,it ranges from $0.1 to $0.3.They claim that with time,the ads become more relevant.Has anyone worked with qadabra before?Is it legit and does the eCPM really increase with time? I haven't yet applied for Adsense,since my blogs aren't yet 6 months old.

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That is the general thrust of an interesting article that appeared in the [URL="http://www.latimes.com/technology/la-fi-wikipedia10mar10,1,2707818.story"]Los Angeles Times[/URL] this week. It starts by describing how the offices of one of the world's most popular websites is a rented space stuffed with furniture bought off of eBay and with a printed paper sign taped to the door which states 'Wikimedia Foundation' the name of the not for profit organisation that actually runs Wikipedia. It goes on to quote the foundation Executive Director, Sue Gardiner, as saying that as far as money is concerned "we are about as unsophisticated as we could possibly be" …

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The End.