Review: Covert Action Bar 2.0
We see advertisements everywhere on the Internet these days, and frankly, the various ad formats have gone from tolerable to really annoying. Pop ups, in particular, are most hated, simply because they are rather disruptive to the user’s experience of the website. People thus resort to a variety of means to block out these ads, while publishers struggle to keep up and come up with better ad formats that people would actually click on. Soren Jordansen and John Merrick of IM Wealth Builders have thought of a rather brilliant one, and this is what their latest product, Covert Action Bar 2.0, all about.
Most ads blocked by browsers are designed in the most modern fashion, meaning that they are usually tailored to your activities and interests. CBA 2.0 takes advantage of that fact and takes it a level further; rather than just notifying you that some features are unavailable due to pop up blockers, the software outright indicates that something interesting has been blocked and that you are enticed to click on the bar in order to show the pop up. This is a rather brilliant and non-intrusive workaround to most ad blockers and popup blockers; it’s also very easy to use, even, thanks to a very streamlined dashboard.
Covert Action Bar 2.0 is launching today, April 25, 2017, at 11:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time, for the price of $7. Once this product goes live, we recommend that you bookmark this page and just come back later. As soon as the product launches, we will be updating this page with a comprehensive and detailed review.