Pop ups. The annoying advertisement method that disrupts your browsing activities. If you are browsing the web with Firefox, Opera, Safari or IE7, most pop-ups are blocked automatically. Below are the 12 pop-up methods that are used by amateurs all over the world wide web to gain traffic and capture email addresses. The link at the end of the post will take you to a pop up tester website.
- Multi Pop-Up
- Come And Go
- Timed Pop-Up
- Mouseover Pop-Up
- Floating Pop-Up
- Channel Opener
- Modeless Window
- Full Screen Trap
- Drop Down Pop-Up
- Floating Banner
- Sticky Pop-Up
The website will launch multiple pop ups upon entering. Different techniques are used.
Pop-ups are launched upon entering and exiting.
Pop-ups are programmed to launch after a certain amount of time. Normally, 5 seconds.
Just hovering your mouse over a picture or text will trigger the pop-up. No clicks required, just movement.
This is a pretty annoying type of pop-up. It doesn’t go away until a certain action is accomplished.
Doesn’t affect Firefox users. This type opens a full-screen channel mode window in IE.
It will stay at the upper section of the browser until the page is closed.
This is a type of pop-up that opens full screen and doesn’t include any exit button or action. The only way to close it is by pressing Alt+F4.
This type will drop down like a curtain. My Firefox 126.96.36.199 couldn’t stop this.
You will see an airplane fly the banner across the site.
It is non standard and borderless.
Floating pop up that will appear in a corner no matter how high or low you scroll in the webpage. My Firefox 188.8.131.52 couldn’t stop this.
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