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HR2.0 - Ham Radio Antennas | Base Station Antennas - What Do The YouTubers Use? YTB #19

Discussion in 'Amateur Radio News' started by KC5HWB, Sep 4, 2020.

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  1. G7DAZ

    G7DAZ Ham Member QRZ Page

    Amen brother....exact and to the point...couldn't have said it better myself ;)
     
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  2. K8JHR

    K8JHR Ham Member QRZ Page

    " But, it is whatever the website owner WANTS it to be, it's his website, he pays the bills.

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    No, I think Subscribers pay the bills. And I suspect it adds up to a fairly substantial sum. Play with the math. Let's assume just for a moment 35,000 subscribers pay $30. That would yield more than a million bucks, and that does not include advertising dollars from GoogleAds and ham radio vendors, and other fees - pretty soon it adds up to serious folding money. I suppose customers (subscribers) pay the bills, as in most businesses. And, my only regret is I did not think of it first ! K8JHR
     
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  3. MARCIUS1963

    MARCIUS1963 QRZ Member

    I'm a citizen band operator and I build all of my ownnantenna's from wire.
    My mentor a silent key was a extra class operator once told me that a wire antenna could tx/rx better than any commercial made aluminum antennas on the market past, present, future when its built correctly.
     
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  4. MARCIUS1963

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  5. NA5GA

    NA5GA Premium Subscriber QRZ Page

    Isn't it interesting that so many guys always have something negative to say -- or "mine is bigger, faster, newer, older, slower, uglier, better looking - or something than yours". Believe it or not, some people have restrictions due to an HOA or a minor budget issue. We aren't here to compete with each other on forums -- that happens on the air :) Let's just play nice and learn from others when the opportunity is presented.
     

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