Highlighting Your Offers With Peel Away Ads
The are many alternatives available to webmasters for advertising particular products or services on their webpages. Some methods are better than others. The most common method used to be to add banner ads to the top, bottom and sides of a webpage, but this can be less than effective because most visitors generally ignore them knowing that they are just advertisements. Also, they can make a webpage look overly commercial and tacky, hence reducing the credibility of your website.
Another more aggressive and often used method is to use a fly-in ad or a popover to highlight something to your visitors. But this too has its drawbacks. The main one being that you risk irritating your visitor and intruding upon what they were trying to read on your page before they were interrupted by your slide in advert. Some can be annoyed more than others and will leave your website, never to return. As we can see, there is a significant downside to both of the typical advertising methods.
Another advertising alternative that has been making good inroads since 2007 is the use of Peel Away Ads. Rather than intrude upon your visitor, or have tacky banners flashing on your page, Peel Away Ads simply add a small floppy dog-ear curl to one of the corners of your webpage. This flaps about a little, drawing your visitors attention. When they move their mouse over the page curl, it folds back to reveal a peel away ads image showcasing the offer that you want your visitor to see.
This technology is proving highly effective and was first developed by advertising agencies for Fortune 500 corporate clients. These Webpage Peels have been tested for their effectiveness, and understandably so when one considers the six and seven figure advertising budgets that these companies have. They need to be sure that they get the biggest bang for their advertising buck.
This technology has since evolved and is now affordably available to every webmaster for under $20 on sites such as PeelAwayAds.net. There are different versions of this script available, and some are more capable and feature rich than others, but the above website offers the most advanced script this writer could find for under $20.
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