Tab Closed; Didn't Read: Not Putting Up With Content Obscuring

#Internet

Wed, Nov 27th, 2013 10:00 by capnasty NEWS

Ever been to a website that insists on slamming on your face a "Like us on Facebook!" or "Sign-up to read our stuff!" serving no other purpose than to make their social media statistics that much better? Well, then, Tab Closed; Didn't Read, next website please. Via @drcongo.

If you're going to insist on obscuring your content with some stupid social shit, a promo for your shitty app or a full-page newsletter signup form, then I'm not going to read your content. Or click on your ads. Or help you generate revenue in any way.

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