More NewsCue the Bouncing Ad

Cue the Bouncing Ad

When it comes to advertising, there’s disruptive, and then there’s disruptive

When it comes to advertising, there’s disruptive, and then there’s disruptive. Potentially coming to a Web page near you is AdsThatBounce. The unit floats across the screen like the ball from a game of Pong of Breakout. It’s reminiscent of the million dollar homepage and a few other gimmicks. The company’s founder Tom Kerasias said, “I wanted to do something radically different, something that has never been done before,” in a company statement. It appears this ad will likely join the ranks of formats like the pop up and ads like the dancing people in the LowerMyBills.com ads.

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