Why are many ads on the internet terribly done?
"The secrets surgeons don't want you to know: how to look 16 at 60!" Do people actually fall for that? Do these ads hinge on accidentally clicking them, and how to they make money?
Sadly a lot of people fall for these ads. Some are accidental clicks while other are intentional. Who wouldn't want to look, 20 at 60?
Based on the amount of clicks people do make a some amount of money. If they are directed to a large group of people with the same desires or wants. The people making the ads could make a large sum of money.
Interesting, here's what I think why some would post such ads:
- a lot of people surfing the net are just killing time and would probably click on an intriguing subject since they have nothing better to do
- there are new online users that would fall easily for such tactics
- it is a click magnet
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