I don't want to waste any more of my time on this
. It's crystal clear what I was talking about. You tagged me and wanted a response for things I did not write or say. So you got a reply. Your comment wasn't directed at anyone else was it.
Look, I hear you loud and clear. You don't like Google ads because of privacy concerns.
I came in to the conversation later on. As others have said it was a starting point to discussion and has progressed since then. I'm personally only interested in getting the concept right first before talking any numbers. That was my whole talking point.
However, I can't help but feel from your comments that even if it was 1-5% of budget funds for Google Ads, you'd still be extremely unhappy as it's the privacy aspect of Google ads that is the real
issue for you. I totally respect your opinion, but this is why we're having an open conversation about it. Different strokes for different folks right.
♫Now, the world don't move to the beat of just one drum,
What might be right for you, may not be right for some.
What concerned me was the use of a straw man argument by trying to instill a level of fear and make others feel threaten as perhaps
you feel your argument of privacy is just not a good enough reason alone for most to dismiss Google Ad campaign idea.
For example IF
I said I was going to do Dash Force News Google Ads - you would be still as equally unhappy right?
It's the Google Ads privacy aspect that you don't like, not the amount being spent or who is doing the ads or even the content being promoted.
Your main issue is privacy so let's keep it simple and stick to the Privacy issue, and please try not to conflate the issue any further. There may be others in community that agree with you. Let's try and keep the peace here. We're all on the same side and want to see Dash succeed.
Let's not allow a difference of opinion to grow in to a level of resentment or dislike. Everyones input here is equally important. Whatever happens I trust the masternode network to decide what's best for community. So let's leave it there and see what others have to say. Hopefully cooler heads will prevail.