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Pop-Under Ads

Your company can take advantage of pop-under ads, an advertisement format which has become very popular among Internet media buyers.

This form of pop-window advertising is less intrusive and is more effective at obtaining registrations and sales than standard pop-ups and exits.

Pop-unders run in the background, behind the browser window. Users see them when they move or close the main window. Provenly, click through rates are higher than those of in-page banners, leaderboards and skyscrapers.

Also called "leave-behind" or "preloaded exit," pop-unders can be presented in 720 x 400 pixels or less with full navigational function, one click away from the advertiser's website, microsite or promotional site.

After moving or closing this browser window, you will see a promotional pop-under from

Established in 1994, Contacto Magazine is aimed at U.S. Hispanics who like to read good journalism, similar to the one they used to read in their native countries before becoming immigrants in the United States. More than 16 million U.S. Hispanics are online searching for such a journalism.

They also need cars, clothings, food, family homes, mortgage loans, computers, Internet services, insurances, health care providers, and telephone services. However, they are not easy to find. reaches them every day.

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Online Hispanics

-- 52% of online Hispanics now access the Internet on a broadband connection at home, compared with 50% of the general online population.

-- Online Hispanics look to the Internet as a primary source of information. Half agree (51%) that they "get more information about products and services from going online than they do from television or newspapers or magazines."

Source: AOL Roper U.S. Hispanic Cyberstudy