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Old 04-16-2004, 03:59 PM   #76
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Hi. I know how to get around the current blockers around. Can't do popunders, just popups, and it only works in explorer, but thats most of the traffic anyway.

If anybody is truly losing much revenue from this, maybe I can help out in exchange for some promotions for sites I am trying to get going, or something.
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Old 04-16-2004, 04:43 PM   #77
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http://www.pinpointfind.com/pop_proof/popup.html by the way so you can see for yourself.

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Old 04-16-2004, 04:45 PM   #78
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I need to figure our how to edit my posts :') I was going to warn it cookies you and only shows one pop per session. So to see the pop mulitple times close all browsers and return. Last post, promise :')
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Old 04-16-2004, 07:32 PM   #79
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If anybody is truly losing much revenue from this, maybe I can help out in exchange for some promotions for sites I am trying to get going, or something.
Reese, welcome to Geek/Talk and thanks for the offer. Please note that this forum supports a free exchange of information for the betterment of the community as a whole. If you'd like to establish a service-based exchange, please feel free to post a thread within Geek/Marketplace. Otherwise, it would be preferable if your solution was outlined here.

Incidentally, feel free to use the 'Edit' feature to adjust posts that you have made so as to avoid incidental bumping.

Thanks in advance.
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Old 06-29-2004, 04:19 PM   #80
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Well, I am happy to report that after a couple weeks of using the Adoutput solution, it has worked beautifully and we made back the investment in a matter of days.

I understand the aversion of excessive pop-ups and some places abuse them but I also don't see the problem with one pop-up per session if it helps keep your favorite sites online. We implemented this solution and have not seen a drop-off in readership at all or heard any complaints. So from this experience, I don't think sites that are responsible with their pop-ups will have a negative effect with using pop-up blocker blockers. Of course, ones that use them to spawn multiple pop-ups will upset people but again, one pop-up per session won't upset too many people. (some will be upset regardless, but what will they think if most of their favorites sites go under because they are losing money?). As much as people hate pop-ups, they still seem to be clicking on them, thus the reason they are so popular and generate revenue. Until we reach the day where it is ok to go into a store, ripout the ads in a magazine (without paying for it), sit there and read it then leave, then I'm sorry but people will have to deal with a few popups if it will keep the sites they like to visit online.

Anyway, I thought I'd check in with our experience with this. The 15%-18% projection was right on the money. Good job to Sashman for a great solution to this problem.
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Old 10-02-2004, 11:37 PM   #81
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SP2 has pop up blocker, which works pretty well, no need to wait for next release of IE

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