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  • noun Plural form of pop-under.

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Examples

  • Ha ha ha, it took me a second to gather what you meant by “pop-unders.”

    There’s another one! Smash it!

  • However, use the thumb down sparingly, for example, on: slow loading pages non existent or error laden pages ad-heavy pages voting pages from other social media pop-ups & pop-unders

    Do It Myself Blog – Glenda Watson Hyatt » 2008 » August

  • The rather astonishing trail over the years of advertising innovations designed to reward advertisers online such as adware, pops-ups (then pop-unders), flashing banners, interstitial, home page take-overs, and even pre-roll have done nothing except leave room for the doomsayers to howl at the moon.

    Jarvis Coffin: Reports of the Death of Advertising Are Exaggerated

  • "The text ads and high-quality display ads used by Google were a far better experience than the pop-ups, pop-unders and interstitial ads still used today by our competitors."

    We're retiring AdSense Referrals

  • "The text ads and high-quality display ads used by Google were a far better experience than the pop-ups, pop-unders and interstitial ads still used today by our competitors."

    Game on for GameScene

  • The ads I've seen are "pop-unders," those pop-up ads that you don't necessarily see when you're on the page but that are left behind in a small window when you click away.

    Hillary Clinton's Online Fundraising Ads

  • The reason we have malware, adware, spyware, file format hijacking, popups and pop-unders, and any sort of code doing things that we don't really want is because we can't just ask someone to change the code to disable it.

    25 Technologies That Must Die

  • The reason we have malware, adware, spyware, file format hijacking, popups and pop-unders, and any sort of code doing things that we don't really want is because we can't just ask someone to change the code to disable it.

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • You would have thought that we had learned this when we roundly rejected popups and pop-unders more than two years ago.

    Archive 2007-01-01

  • Pop-ups and pop-unders seem to be more intrusive than in-line ads, implying that users should not be interrupted from their online tasks to close the extraneous windows....

    Archive 2007-03-01

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