Hey, if it weren’t for these useful pop-ups I’d have no idea the McD’s is now doing a double filet-o-fish!
Cause chances of me actually going into a McD’s before this promotion is over are pretty slim.
ahhhh then we yanks are safe. funny, i havent even seen this wendy’s add but i almost stopped at a wendy’s the other day…hhmmm
It’s part of the constant Marketing Barrage of large food companies. Someone in a "B" School, many years ago, coined the Phrase "Top of Mind Awareness’ & since then we’ve been bombarded. It was probably those Left Wing Conspiritors at HAAAAvard!
What’s even scareier is "University College London researchers have found the first physiological evidence that invisible subliminal images do attract the brain’s attention on a subconscious level. The wider implication for the study, published in Current Biology, is that techniques such as subliminal advertising, now banned in the UK but still legal in the USA, certainly do leave their mark on the brain."
Source: University College London
Date: March 9, 2007
Of course, this theory assumes we have a Brain!
Do people really click on ads? To me they are kind of like telephone poles on the street. You hardly notice them.
I don’t either, really….but it is fun to pull the old alley-cat’s tail now and then![}:)][}:)]
I for one, do not want Michael Hoffman to go away, Wendy’s can though.
I guess I am dumb, Paul. I do not understand what your post is saying.[V]
I’m with YOU on THIS one, Mike!
Thank you so very much Al.
Temptation becons, though. GOOGLE is bad karma, anyway.
Good move Al and Stephen
Paul E. Smith
Quote from ‘above’–It would eventually go away if people didn’t click on it.
So would Michael Hoffman !!! [:I][}:)][}:)][:D][;)]
I love it when Rushmore acts as my straight man !!![:o)][:o)][:o)]
Stephen Rushmore Jr.
It would eventually go away if people didn’t click on it.
I suspect the computer generated ad service (Google I assume) is not yet perfected enough to target ads as closely as many subscribers would desire. All the computer knows is key words…it sees them and strikes.
I would not hold my breath for any ad program being able to identify specific forums anytime in the near future
Webmasters don’t discriminate.[:(]
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