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Online Advertisement

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Updated Jun 13, 2012 at 11:44AM EDT by gi97ol.

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Online Advertisement is the promotion of marketing messages or products on the internet to attract users. Some of these advertisements are coming up in Pop-Up windows, in banners or also in search result pages and can be annoying to some users. Famous ads appear most on YouTube, Facebook, Google etc. Websites as for example Google AdWords or Yahoo! helps the amount of users to advetise their products. Another word for Online Advertisement can be also Spam. The most famous fake advertisements are the "1.000.000th visitor" pop-ups.

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