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Hi, guys! As you know, one of the coolest features in our Sidebar and Twitter Media themes is promo-blocks creation. Writing captions for them is an interesting and creative task. Today we’ve collected (and even invented) great slogans that illustrate how to write the best captions.
1. The Times
If The Times used Linkis to promote their new filial newspaper for iPad readers, they could write a slogan like this:
Key points in the caption: phrase “Read The Times on your iPad” targets the audience, users of iOS devices.
Slogan Yesterday is history encourage readers to be more concentrated and focused on up-to-date events, and call-to-action part Read and stay tuned encourages viewers to click on the promo-block.
As you know our Sidebar and Twitter Media themes have a cool feature – promo-blocks creation. When you want to promote some web-resources – a web-site, or your personal page on Facebook and LinkedIn, or a blog etc, you can use promo-blocks creation option offered by Linkis Sidebar and Twitter Media themes.
That’s how the Twitter Media Theme promo-block looks like (outlined with red rectangle)
It’s been a long time since we posted updates about Linkis new features. But now we are happy to inform that you can promote your sites, blogs, projects etc in Twitter Media theme! So, if you prefer dark (black) design – this opportunity will perfectly fit your needs.
The way to create promos in this theme is the same as in Sidebar theme (click here to check the tutorial). Do it in your settings
Pop-up ads, those reviled windows that intrude on your Web surfing, seem to be on the decline. But don’t celebrate yet: New forms of advertising that may be just as annoying and even more intrusive are likely to replace them.
Thwarted by both ISPs and blocking utilities, use of pop-ups has waned over the past year. Internet advertising analysts say Microsoft’s decision to put a pop-up stopper into the next version of Internet Explorer hastens their demise, but no one expects them to disappear soon. And new styles of ads, including screen-grabbing full-motion videos and rich media that overwrite the screen, are starting to appear. Continue reading →