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- October 17, 2003 at 2:51 pm #583628AnonymousInactive
I am new for using internet. I just finish for my casino web site recently. Can anyone tell me what the difference between pop up, pop in? I only know they are just like the action to show the banner. Thank you.October 17, 2003 at 3:31 pm #640259AnonymousInactive
Pop up: A window, usually an ad, of varying dimensions, that pops on top of your screen
Pop in: an ad that occupies the bottom third of a web page and can be scrolled to be a full page.
Pop Under: an ad, usually full screen size, that appears under the window you are viewing.
From your question I deduce that you are looking to buy cheap bulk traffic. Except for branding purposes, this rarely works.
Of those three, the popins are the ones that tend to bring better results, but there are not enough sites making the space available and so these campaigns run very, very slow. Very, very, very slow!October 17, 2003 at 4:12 pm #640261AnonymousInactive
I have to warn about purchasing any ad campaigns claiming 100 000 hits, especially for low amounts like 99.99
If i was to buy that many hits at overture it would cost minimum $500 000.
If you notice they NEVER tell you where the traffic is from. For all you know it’s someone clicking refresh that many times.
If you’re buying pop under from an exit traffic network it’s a difference business all together. The conversions are low but the traffic is real.October 17, 2003 at 5:33 pm #640270AnonymousInactive
I hear that some of this bulk traffic is actually raw traffic that is redirected to a casino portal and after that declared “targeted casino traffic” and sold as such.October 17, 2003 at 5:46 pm #640273AnonymousInactive
I wouldn’t doubt it. One thing that i have learned in the past, if it sounds to good to be true it usualy is.October 20, 2003 at 8:06 pm #640407AnonymousInactive
I don’t understand why there are not enough sites making the space available. Do you mean that no casino websites join popinads program?
On the hand, I just send email to one website which has Popin Ads service. They explain detailed to me how Popin Ads works. They also show their another webpage called paypopup.com which has the high rating ar Alexa.com.
Do you think I can purchase the ad campaigns in this company? Thank you for your opinionOctober 20, 2003 at 8:20 pm #640408vladcizsolMember
Chesire we are doing our best to warn you that pop up ads and exit traffic produce no tanglible results. All of us have tried this type of advertising many times in the past and while the seller swears the traffic is legitimate no sales have ever resulted from these campaigns.
If you are determined to try out a Pop in offer then please try a small purchase to see for yourself. I can guarantee you that when it comes to advertising for REAL DEPOSITING Players there are no short cuts or cheap buys.
The biggest key to success is to not waste your money. If you blow $100 or more on traffic that doesnt produce real players you not only lose the money spent, but you also lose what you COULD have earned if you bought legitimate advertsing.
Good LuckOctober 21, 2003 at 7:23 pm #640459AnonymousInactive
Professor, thank you for your advice. I know what I should do.October 24, 2003 at 7:02 pm #640622AnonymousInactive
IMO, it depends on what kind of advertising companies you join. For example, I have joined in two advertising agents as a publisher. The first one used pop-up ads and gave me the bad experience. There was no technical support to me and lots of pop up from my webpage. And now, I join one popin Ads website. I’m impressed with popin Ads me so much. Not only do they reply me immediately when I have questions, but I can choose one move from 4 different directions. This can minimize the annoyance to my visitors. As a publisher, I feel popin Ads is better than other technologies (like pop in and pop under).