Is it really necessary to get a pop-up asking me to subscribe to your premium service every 5-10 clicks? Beyond annoying.
Stop the annoying pop ups Seeking Alpha
Agreed, this is now at obscene levels of forcing ads in front of me that I click out of every time. Not only is it a bad UX, it is a very low-rent tactic as well. If it doesn't stop soon I'm going to go elsewhere for stock charts, info & commentary. I like SA but there are plenty of other places to get the same stuff.
Pop ups even screw up the new comments on a page Yahoo Finance is looking better with each Seeking Alpha pop up
Thank you for your feedback, I will update our marketing team regarding the same.We aim to provide our users with the best possible experience on Seeking Alpha. Looking forward to your continued support.
Regards,Kushal MehrotraData QA Analyst, Seeking Alpha
you didn't stop the annoying pop ups. What in the actual fuck are you people doing?
Your annoying pop ups screw up the new comments to where we have to hunt and peck to find the new comment instead of getting directly to them.
When this happens, I just leave for a few hours.
STOP THE STUPID POP UPS
Seeking Alpha, your stupid POP UPS screw up the new comments
When this happens, I just leave the site altogether. I am not going to hunt around for a new comment when it was screwed up by your stupid POP UP asking me AGAIN to subscribe to your premium service.
Stop the obnoxious pop ups Seeking Alpha
Seeking Alpha, stop with the stupid POP UPS you even mess up reading new comments with the stupid POP UP
Enough of the POP UPS
Take the hint, I don't want your Premium Service
Stop the POP UPs - take the hint I don't want your Premium Service
Pop ups every 10 clicks = absolutely annoying and ridiculous.
You are putting the MyPillow spammer to shame with all the pop ups
There is a maximum limit of 3 per day. Are you seeing it more than that?
Director of Product, Seeking Alpha
3 pop ups a day??? More like 3 pop ups every 10 minutes.
Disgusting marketing strategy.
Only MyPillow is worse.
The constant POP UPS are OBNOXIOUS
Advert for Premium service is scheduled at 3 ads/day/user. Please let me know if you're getting it more than 3 times a day.
Yes....Git rid of the Damn ad Pop Ups.....Everyone shoulld cancel !!!!
Pop-ups are scheduled at 3 times/day/user. if you're receiving it more than that please share screenshots and let us know. This will help us serve you better.Please note that Pop-ups are different from the side banner ads.
As you can tell from the comments, these are annoying. Or perhaps in the message that says one of my portfolio stocks has news I can use in the premiums service actually included the ticker, I could just remove it from my portfolio.Can't Seeking Alpha just accept a "No, I don't want it" answer, and remember it?"
Keep hitting me 3 times a day and I'll stop using seeking Alpha altogether.
3 times a day? It's about every few clicks.... it's annoying as hell..
Pop ups are way more than 3 times a day. ENOUGH
Pop ups are way more than 3 per day ENOUGH
Can you please share screenshots of the pop-ups you're receiving, it will help us in understanding the issue better.
Seeking Alpha enough of the Pop ups
you guys are worse than the My Pillow guy
Enough of the POP UPs it is disgusting you do this so often
STOP THE POP UPS
Your annoying POP UPs never end
The constant POP UPs are awful
Stop the POP UPS for your Premium Service Seeking Alpha
Supposedly there is a mamxium of 3 pop ups a day allowed - IT IS WAY MORE
The POP UPS are obnoxious. You have made sure I will never buy the Premium Service because of the constant spam.
I agree: Please stop this anmnoying hard-popup. You've already driven me to another site for my primary financial news watch. If it continues, I'll just move to another site altogether. Please remember my choice when I close the popup.
PS: I get it: You want people to upgrade to the PREMIUM service. I don't want it.
PPS Really, I undertstand, and you don't need to remind me every time I refresh the page, but I still don't want the service.
PPPS: Seriously. You can stop now.
I am a premium subscriber and get prompted to subscribe to premium... grrrrrrr...
Wow, even a premium subscriber gets this constant spam???
I am asked several times a day every single day to sign up for Seeking Alpha's Premium Service.
I don't want it.
The fact I get spammed so much will make sure I will never consider buying it even for $1.
Enough of the POP UPs every single day
Another day, another stream of pop ups to join your Premium Service
Stop the POP UPS Seeking Alpha
I'm getting it every time I refresh and it's pushing me towards quitting this website if it isn't removed.
All of a sudden I am getting these
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I'm SICK of all the POP UPS
STOP THE POP UPS
Seeking Alpha STOP the pop ups
you are worse than the My Pillow guy with the endless spam
Your POP UPS never end ...... cut it out
Stop the POP UPs
STOP the annoying pop ups Seeking Alpha
VERY ANNOYING! Please stop.
Once again Seeking Alpha wants me to sign up for their Premium Service.
I've only been asked over 1000 times before, and I don't want it anymore now than I did the first time you asked.
Somehow, you are determined to try to change this.
Seems you've adopted the My Pillow blitzkrieg strategy to ANNOY PEOPLE TO DEATH
Seeking Alpha -- Stop the annoying Pop Ups
Seeking Alpha - stop trolling your users with POP UPS for your Premium Service
You are worse than Geico Commercials or the My Pillow guy with your spam
Seeking Alpha, STOP the damn pop ups!!!!!
Now you are doing another pop up trying to send me notifications.
You are spamming your users to death
Stop the ANNOYING Pop Ups Seeking Alpha
Seeking Alpha, stop trying to send "notifications" and spam users constantly with pop ups
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