. . . .I knew it was in the banner, of course; and it was such a relief to see something in an inter-net banner that wasn't tacky! It sure added a touch of class, in my opinion.
So, if it can't be in the banner, can't it at least have some front-page space? It's surely worth it, I would think; at least as much as Emazing (if you know what I mean).
I don't think advertisers have a clue what they're pushing, anyway. It's all this "click through" mania, with no view as to the worth of what's being "clicked through" to
. I've only "clicked through" to one advert on the inter-net: the one that was here and is now gone.
Who are the people who "click through" inter-net banner or pop-up ads anyway? I surely don't, nor can I imagine ever doing so, because they're all so tacky
. I pay good money for inter-net access and I'm interested in information, not hype.
It's unfair for advertisers to want more than the exposure banner placement gives them. I suppose those same advertisers would want people to pull over to the side of the highway and "click through" the billboards! Greed, greed, greed!