Saturday, November 21, 2009

TechnicBRICKs got LEGO Ads

Sooner or later it should happen... and yes, TBs already started to represent still a small expense to maintain.
One domain for midterm plans, an hosting service to store post images that otherwise tend to become unavailable after some time, mail accounts for whatever is needed like the latest contest and prizes shipping.

For awhile I've seen some LEGO ads, at some other LEGO related blogs and always wondered how to setup them. After some inconclusive investigation, finally decided to ask the help from who knows, et voilà!...
Hope it doesn't bother you too much.

I would say my primary interest is not for any eventual income, which I'm sure will be very, very small if any, but found it a lot of fun to have such genuine LEGO ads and images in our blog.

Nevertheless and from now on, you are welcome to initiate your LEGO S@H purchases from the adds in the right column, if you want to support TBs to some little extent.
For the very unlikely case that any income resulting from this would take some expression (must first, find out how to provide the required tax forms...), it will be converted in prizes for any future contests after expenses and taxes deductions.

Have some nice purchases and happy building!


arezey said...

adds -> ads :)

They're kind of cool for they're right on subject and not in the way. Not just some random Google ads or those highly annoying contextual ones..

TechnicBRICKs said...

I've just corrected it. :)

Dornbi said...

Conchas, any way to share the know-how? I have Google ads on my site ( but having these ads is so much cooler... :) (Private email: dornbach at gmail dothere com).

TechnicBRICKs said...

You should have got e-mail, with the explanation.

Unknown said...

Hey, can I know too please? I think they would look cool on my website (
Founder of Lego-X

Anonymous said...

Podes partilhar comigo também? É que estes ficam muito melhor no site da DTVision. :)

daniel-alex (PLUG)

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