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LOVE IT, Swadhin! This deserves to be engraved on a plaque! :D
Me too, pal! Although they CAN work well, when used 'right' and not excessively...
There is a certain marketing website from a disengaged influencer that is absolutely terrible for it ... You can't scroll a few seconds without them popping up again and again and again. You might know the site, and it's such a shame as it generally has tons of good content.
As a result of the popups, I removed it from all my social sharing completely. ** SIGH **
Thanks for your 2 cents Tad!
I personally hate IP redirection as well. If you think users need to be somewhere else, you can do this with a subtle banner at the top offering that option.
As for the German GDPR text - that's a great example of where it just doesn't work. I guess you'll have to brush up your German man! ;)
Thanks a ton, Ravi! xD PostFunnel have done an amazing job. Their strategy is exemplary! <3
*Anything* that's forced is never going to win the heart of the customer. It's as simple as that — Brands that do it the right way, will always stand the test of time...
Appreciate your feedback here, pal!
Yeah, don't try to "f**k on the first date". Build a relationship first. Sadly most devs have no social skills so they just build what technology allows not what people want.
Oh my. I thought I have seen enough #seohorrorstories myself but these are simply ridiculous. Also I hate IP redirection so much as a user!
Tumblr, TechCrunch etc. just do it now with all their content. Just because I'm in Germany I get redirected to their German GDPR disclaimer whenever I visit one of the Oath sites.
What if you visit or live in Germany as an American? You have to agree to a German document you don't understand?
Yeah, they introduced that option several weeks ago. It's sad IMHO.
I've been pretty enthusiastic about push notifications as a subscription option directly in the browser but most sites abused it by wanting people to subscribe on entry even before they see the content.
This is a typical example of how people destroy something by using it wrongly - a cautionary tale. Now most people are so annoyed they will rather block all of them.
If you are able to gain your audience's trust, your company will be successful.
Yeah, I've always hated pop-ups, since when I first landed on the Internet.
Maybe, this is the reason I've never used them in any of my websites.
Being honest and real, that's really hard, nowadays.
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