It takes time and money to support a high quality website. So, be sure to figure out where the support is coming from and why.
A NOTE ABOUT CONTENT FARMS: There are many commercial websites that are called "content farms." Unless your project is a study of content farms, these are poor choices to support your work. They are created by companies that hire people to write articles that are highly requested by search engines, so they can optimize their hit rate and sell more advertising. These are not sites that have an editorial policy or mechanism for quality control of content.
A content farm or troll factory is a company that produces a large amount of low-quality or false online content on many different topics (also called Clickbait), and uses keywords so that they are placed highly on Google or other search engine results. Their content may also be promoted via social media or other means to spread it via the Internet.
Commonly used to influence consumer behavior, but also used as propaganda to influence public opinion, elections, policy, etc. Follow the money.
Image source: McFadden, B. (2011, Juy 16) The Strip (Sunday Review) New York Times.
Read a thoughtful piece about content farms and ad blockers by Michael Danahy. (Feb 6, 2017) Our Best Weapon Against Fake News: Ad Blockers. Media Future.