I’m sorry I’m too brief… but this only the beginning!
If you remember pop-ups, everyone hated them. They were taken off the market by demand. The end of story, they were outlawed. I don’t know if it was government demand, production design ordinance, or just common courtesy. But they are a thing of the past.
So online advertising has been stuck in the trenches for a long time running banner ads and stuck to impressions of the ads on websites and click through rates. Clicks are a thing of the past; but not for me. I still stand by my clickboards. I still believe clicks are the best way to judge advertising. But again as first said this is only counted if someone clicks on your ad as Google lives by.
So we don’t like to click banners because it takes us to a different page. Yea, that sucks. I was just in the middle of something and you interested me in the same thing in a targeted market and I want to see what you have without leaving my page mark and clicking back, back, back, to get back to where I was just so I can see your site. That was the whole point of Flash based advertising for Clickboards on Desktop and Laptops. You can still get all the information about an ad clicking it multiple times as it turns inside its designated area on the page giving you slightly more information each time as you click and the banner turns over and shows the next banner without leaving the page.
This is still viable.
So now for the Pop-outs. These are for mobile and tablet units. The ads on mobile and tablets are small and very hard to see if any. Well now if and I do say if you do see an ad on a mobile device you can click on it and then a POP-OUT will appear with the first page of the ad, if you want to see more about the ad or coupon you can click on it again… this goes back to my flash on mobile devices post… and you can one click at a time see more information about the ad as you go through the images of the ad. You can even enter your phone number in the ad, or it can recognize you and take your information, and then when your done the ad will disappear and you will continue on the surf site you were on.
How easy is that… Pop-outs
It’s like having two webpages open at once on your mobile device… or three or four right on one screen.
Please respond and I will clarify.