My memory arouses interest

My ShopCodes site now includes the new Page Peel advertising format, which Webgains introduced last week into their creative mix.

I have long liked this format and now they’re being used by MyMemory, Viking Direct and iSubscribe.

I like these as the MyMemory ad specifically highlights their latest promotion, which happens to be a 10% discount code. So it sits particularly well on my site.

The Page Peel adverts entice web users to peel away the page, offering a unique and subtle way of enlarging the available page area. By hovering over the peel back area in the top corner of the page a new adspace is created.

The ads can be found under the ‘html’ type section of the Webgains link matrix. I’ve simply pasted the javascript code in the foot of my template file and it instantly appears in the top right of the page.

This painless task is a lot quicker than creating your own as the ad creators have trialled the design for the purpose. The Page Peel script is supported by all web browsers as it uses Adobe Flash Player enabling access to 98% of all internet viewers.

The benefits of using the Page Peel from Webgains are:

  • Keep website space for your content
  • Innovative design that arouses interest
  • A clean method of advertising
  • Complements other forms of online advertising (e.g. banners)

So thanks to Webgains and the merchants that have already embraced this format for the affiliate channel.

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3 Responses to “My memory arouses interest”

  1. Nice to see merchants embracing this sort of technology.

  2. I think it’s an excellent format. Nice move!

  3. I agree that this is a good feature but I’m surprised that so few merchants, and indeed other networks, haven’t started using this too. I’d love to add this feature to my Free Tickets site but don’t feel that those merchants are a good fit. For those of your readers who use WordPress, there is a WP Plugin too.