Peel Away Ads

As a web professional and marketer, I am excited by the technology used online – it is mainly clever programming and scripting. I bought a script that displays an enticing “peel-away” edge at the top right of the page. I am not showing it on the main blog, but you can see it on the Peel Away Ads page linked from the top of the screen. I won’t leave it up for long as it detracts from this site but I may use it on some of my affiliate sites.

Ash Nallawalla

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  • Ross on 10 July 2007

    That looks a really nice method to advertise!

    – I did not know that, but nofollow is in a ‘trial’ period on my blog… so I will see how it goes.

  • Domain Jim on 16 August 2008

    I think it is interesting as an experiment but I wouldn’t use it on my blogs. I don’t think it is quirky enough to cure my readers’ banner-blindness 🙂 On the other hand, it is still very annoying (my subjective opinion) and I would bet it increases the loading time of a page.

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