Spoiler alert: You’ve won a tiny, confusing ball. Congratulations.
“Uh, no, ‘Repport’ isn’t a typo. We just wanted to see if you’d notice it, since you’re such a genius and all.”
Nothing says “urgent!” like a banner that looks like it’s actively trying to escape from your monitor.
CLICK HERE, DO NOT DRIVE YOURSELF TO THE EMERGENCY ROOM BECAUSE OF YOUR BANNER AD-INDUCED SEIZURE, PRIZES AND LUXURY* AWAIT.
*PRIZES AND LUXURY DO NOT ACTUALLY AWAIT
Not sure if trick question or really subtle soda rebranding.
Has your health been recalled? It’s more common than you might think.
Blurry, low-res photo of a celebrity? Check. Asterisk that alludes to terms and details that may or may not exist? Check. Irritating vibration so you can’t actually read anything on the banner ad in the first place? Check, check, and a-check.
Was this for stock alert software or a support group for folks with really inaccurate laser vision? The world may never know.
“I know what’ll get people to click on our ad: CRIPPLING EXISTENTIAL PONDERINGS.”