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Old 05-16-2013, 07:49 PM   #43
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It is called tracking cookies, Go to Amazon and type something in the search bar then come back to IRV2 and look at the ad's............
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Old 05-16-2013, 08:00 PM   #44
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I have IE 10 and it must not be gathering my cookies nothing about craft beer
Switch to Google Chrome- right now not only am I looking at good-quaff ads, it's telling me that I'm Macho enough to be in the market for a Dodge Ram, a massively overengineered "hitch helper system", and a generator setup so big it'll power New York City!

Pretty flattering for an RVer gettin' out there driving a 4-cyl. Kia Sportage with a 2,000 pound trailer behind it...
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Old 05-16-2013, 09:57 PM   #45
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It is called tracking cookies, Go to Amazon and type something in the search bar then come back to IRV2 and look at the ad's............
Was aware of how ChoiceAds and other internet advert's work...just being sarcastic.
http://www.youradchoices.com/

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Looking at Alliance RV, Winnebago, and O'reilly autoparts right now. Huh.

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It is called tracking cookies, Go to Amazon and type something in the search bar then come back to IRV2 and look at the ad's............
Yes, true, sometimes I don't even notice ads because for me it's like noise in a room when I am trying to work, I learned to block it out, or I just became immune But if they ads are really aggravating, I go in and click on the "ad choice" arrow that is so small most people don't know it's there. I check to make sure I have all my "options" unchecked. Here's the link if anyone isn't familiar with the adsense site where we can "control" some of the ads, Denise
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