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Guest wrote:What a relief! Andrew has put some more Phuket shots up and they all look the same to me and I was worried they wouldn’t get put up on FB. Thank goodness I was wrong!!!
Lol, promoted twice, out of spite:
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Here’s a novel idea.........Insread of the administrator of A.net promoting his own photos on FB why doesn’t he do something about getting the hit counter fixed!!! Soon there will be shots in the Too 5 with zero views.
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I would remain fair instead of coming up with this nonsense. The guy who you call admin is not a developer and dependent on those from the site owners. They only work during regular working hours on a weekdays, nothing Paul can do.
That Emirates shot might be his own but at least really nice…there are far worse shots being regularly promoted. Often from the photographers themselves…so when they block the frontpage / Pc award with their average stuff it is okay, but when Paul promotes an old shot of his, this is a big issue?
Come on. You gotta be kidding.

I agree that there are some thing that can be critized but no need to exaggerate and totally go out of proportions…
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6 Andy Hunt promotions in the past 5 days. It's just like the good old days. I guess there aren't any other photographers and photos on the site to choose from.
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He’s not adverse to promoting his own shots either.
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It’s getting beyond the pale now.
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There had been a major typo on the news banner page for almost 6 days - and another mistake made today.

The current crew obviously doesn’t take any pride in their work, and that starts at the top.

It’s sad to see what Paul has done to airliners.net. The fact that he got paid to do it is criminal.
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I didn’t realise that Paul got paid. The crew at A.net are forever whining about being volunteers and using it as an excuse for for some occasional low quality screening. If Paul is getting paid I don’t understand why he seems he’ll bent on destroying that website.
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Hey A.net...how about promoting the pic of the Avelo Airlines 737 -- the first upload of the first airline in the U.S. in over a decade?

A.net: What's that? The people want to see a vintage Andrew Hunt image? Here you go!



Or at least you could show the first upload of Alaska's bold new UNCF special? It got into the Top 5 and has nearly 4,000 views.

A.net: It might have cracked the Top 5, but that's not a newsworthy photo people want to see. People want to see Andrew Hunt. Here's one of his photos of a COVID flight, even though there have been hundreds of better, special COVID-related flights depicted in the database:



How about promoting a photo of someone other than Andy Hunt? Because there are hundreds of other photographers on the site.

A.net: Okay, if you don't want ANDY Hunt, here's a classic from Andrew Hunt, that I know people will love:

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I personally have not had any social media shares by either of the big sites in quite some time. A quick search of both sites facebook pages shows that my last photo ever shared was on airliners about 16 months ago. As for jetphotos; its been 4 years.
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