Top Ten Most Annoying Forms of AdvertisingAdvertising is everywhere. Whether you like it or not it's something that will never go away. No matter how "consumer friendly" or "here for you" a company says it is, at the end of the day all they want is your money. It's the cold, hard, cash... I mean... truth. These are the most annoying tactics companies come up with to shove their product or service in your face.
The Top Ten Most Annoying Forms of Advertising
Unless it's a Nintendo video game ad, then I could accept it.
To be honest, as long as I can close out of these ads, it doesn't bother me. The only ads that are on my "My Pet-Peeves List" are click-bait and ads that are impossible to close out of.
Oh, the irony of looking at one now... - PositronWildhawk
Pop up ads, write down the company and never buy from them ever.
This has to be the most annoying thing on this list. Shopkeepers who HAVE to give those cue-card greetings, HAVE to ask you if you need assistance when you obviously don't, and HAVE to walk you through the store like you're a 2 year old with no idea of how anything works. Oh, and they often HAVE to offer you their points card (a lot of them won't stop talking even when you say "no thank you") or stand by the entrance with flyers and try to get your attention when you're obviously not interested.
That was a big rant, I know (and I know these people are being told to do this by their stupid CEOs who know nothing about social etiquette), but I really hate shopping for this reason. - BKAllmighty
These make me so anxious! Or booth people who will just not leave you alone? I either feel guilty and buy something I don't need, or I become a jerk and run away. So uncomfortable! - keycha1n
I have ad block :3
Should be number 1
I'm glad my YouTube doesn't have ads (its not an official app, since my phone doesn't carry it, I don't know if that's okay or not.. But it works really well! ). Before, I'd be tearing my hair our if I saw an ad and I was really anxious to see the video! - keycha1n
I guess this is the most annoying form of advertisment obiously after pop-up advertisments
This counts towards both online and snail mail. - BKAllmighty
Totally a waste of time and can relate to click-bait in a way! -.-
Quit sending me spam Gmail! - Skullkid755
Ugh I hate that SPAM SPAM SPAM! - MusicalPony
Soon to be history if the telecom companies block them...I'm not holding my breath!
I want to save my social patience for people I want to talk to. Harsh, but true. - keycha1n
UUHH! That's all I needed to say. - BKAllmighty
Would you like some television show with your ads? The show is basically a side dish to the main course of attorney and Fibre One ads these days. - BKAllmighty
Attempts at making amusing ads that become totally unamusing on the third airing
Car commercials are terrible, end of story. - SwagFlicks
Especially the ones for animal shelters and medicstions. They're so long and boring! - Turkeyasylum
Thank goodness this tactic is almost dead. Before internet, this was one of the only ways to bring product knowledge (if you can call it that) to the home. And to be honest it was probably just as annoying as online ads. - BKAllmighty
To them, I'd say, I've got a door, so beat it. - PositronWildhawk
Ah! Saleman! Haha!
I'm talking about those dang lit-up ones. Once the advertising starts to involuntarily distract drivers, that's when I get mad! - BKAllmighty
I don't really read the newspaper but when I look at one I notice how little of the actual news is even on the page! - BKAllmighty
Especially if a second ad pops up without warning.
I'm watching a video, suddenly, an ad in the MIDLE of the video pops up!
These are similar, in nature, to television commercials. Only they're exclusively audio and always boring (at least television ads can be funny). - BKAllmighty
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