Tuesday, October 4, 2016

FACEBOOK CLICKBAIT ADS!

Clickbait advertising.
It isn't advertising, it is a jack on your serenity, and an OBSTRUCTION in your web experience. Pop up advertising on layers that open AFTER you have started reading the content of a page that you clicked on the link to read to begin with, are annoying;
A) because they distract you from the article that may or may not actually be there (the pages that had a link to a story that doesn't really exist are bait and switch type advertising and those kind of advertisers should be drawn and quartered) and really piss you off because B) the link that promised an intriguing story about a popular topic is NOT EVEN THERE, but after you read the first two words, a whole LAYER or advertising graphic pops up right in your line of sight and makes you mad. THEN, on top of that insult, as aggravating as someone who hits you over the head with a picket sign, and then says, "Made you look! Ha ha!" they have an insult at the bottom of the ad graphic that gives you two choices.
One says, "Yes, show me these wonderful offers" and the other says, "NO I want to be stupid and pass up all this amazing stuff."
Notice: That means if you don't browse their advertising that they consider you FUCKING STUPID!
YEAH! THAT'S THE GUY I WANT TO HONOR BY GIVING HIM MONEY OUT OF MY POCKET FOR SOME CLICKBAIT SHIT NO ONE REALLY NEEDS AND THAT I ESPECIALLY DON'T WANT.
And then the thing that will really piss you off is that if you click on the wrong part of that layer, and sometimes ANY PART OF THAT LAYER, it takes you to the advertising page for the layer graphic that your intentionally tried to TURN THE FUCK OFF!
Do advertising people think, that because in the fifties someone in advertising decided (never proven theory for many items except for a few) that ANNOYING JINGLES (not popup advertising that was made illegal and software made to prevent it) made you remember the name of a product (ON TV ADS, not the internet), that being annoying is a great way to sell things?
I guess so, and if you buy shit based on clickbait, then, I guess you are as gullible as the advertising people think you are.
Have a nice day.

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