Entrecard began as a community-drive way for blog owners to trade ads. Now, it’s becoming a paid ad network.
If you use the service, you probably know that Entrecards, which used to show approved ads from community members, and paid you in credits, and allowed you to advertise on other Entrecards, now show paid ads 50% of the time. You can reject paid ads, and check an option (it’s not checked by default!) to only allow approved ads on your widget, but that doesn’t change this core change in the purpose of Entrecard. OK, so that’s not what Entrecard was to begin with, and not what we signed up for. But maybe we’ll all make some money, so let’s hear them out. Continue Reading