usually short bits of text, audio or video meant to promote a product or idea that are usually not directly requested by a user.

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How should Ad splash pages be handled for those with ads disabled?

I see it all too often; I click a link to an article on the web and I get this: It's not (as) readily apparent it's an ad screen, at first I thought it was the classic "white screen" of a page that ...
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When forms should be intrusive

I used to think it was always my job to make forms and interfaces as unobtrusive as possible. More recently, I've realized it is sometimes necessary to slow the user down (within reason) especially ...
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In-house advertisement

How do you do an effective in-house advertisement? An in-house ad promotes a feature on your site. For example, you just launched a new forum. From some existing high traffic page, you put an ad ...
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Best UX to ask for donations

I currently run a free local hiking site for California and people have recently been suggesting I add a way to enable people to give donations since the site is free. Has anyone had success asking ...
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Labeling an advertisement

Management at my company said we needed to start labeling our ads. We need to make it clear that an ad is not part of our site by putting the word "advertisement" near the ad. (A) Is labeling ads ...
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Where are good places to display ads on a webpage?

Where on a webpage is the best chance that a visitor will notice an ad and look at it?