STOP WITH SO MANY ADS
STOP WITH SO MANY ADS! I just tried to watch a video and it would not even play due to ads trying to load all over the place.
Agreed! To me seeing these ads, on my top incoming e-mail line is plain old ROBO CALLS in NEW YAHOO EMAIL SPAM! Yahoo has Plenty of ad space on the Right Hand Column so GIVE ME A BREAK!!! Give us all a break and DISABLE THESE!
There are Enough Ads that appear on the right hand column of my e-mail inbox. Now You at Yahoo are Spamming THE TOP LINE OF MY InBox! It's worse than RoBo Calls!
So YAHOO - STOP SPAMMING THE TOP LINE OF MY INBOX WITH ADS!! PLEASE!!!!
YAHOO - STOP SPAMMING MY INBOX WITH ADS!!
DALLAS Wayne JOHNSON commented
Stop posting ads and editorial opinions disguised as "news."
Susan Treibs commented
Remove the ads. I am considering leaving this platform and finding another without the ads. Stop holding people *******.
Nick Constantino commented
Why are ads appearing in my paid email accounts???
Daniel Abrams commented
Stop showing ads as if they're the top unread email. Spam is bad enough. But demanding first priority position is TERRIBLE.
danny harris commented
K Alfeiri commented
Remove this disgusting AD from my browers and stop pushing your **** on me!
Richard Omalley commented
No ads within the news hedlines
Alan S Carter commented
Advertising on "small town" story contains false tornado alert and warnings. You?
Carolyn McMahon commented
Please do not present ads as news. See current Social Security 'article' under Business.
Ashley Cook commented
Please remove ads that auto play horror movie ads in articles, especially when the article has NOTHING TO DO with horror. First off I don't want to see that, second who knows if a kid might see that.
L E S T E R A. M E A D E commented
I,m a male - I don,t share my Chrome. Give me REI, Gun Info, VA info
Mike Lynch commented
They don't even have an "ad choices" way to flag them as inappropriate or repetitive. I've never searched for anything toe or fungus related, but the ads are everywhere every time I open your site. Gross.
Erica eta commented
OMG so there is an ad showing ****** and Dr. Oz. Come on Yahoo really, take that down? Try and be family oriented a little!
Kole Carpenter commented
Lately I've been seeing a regular feed of advertisements, not marked as such, among the featured stories at the top of the page. I think it's really inappropriate to bait people with these kind of ads. It should be CLEARLY indicated, up front, that they are trying to convince you to buy something.
Jasper Street HOA commented
Over the years, different email providers have tried to eliminate SPAM and PHISHING email to make the email reading experience better.
Now, yahoo has starting injecting ads into the set of messages as if they were incoming to our email box. This is the reverse of the trend to reducing the amount of junk we have to go through.
The ads may reduce your costs, but increase the frustration of the users. In case you did not realize it, ad blockers were created specifically because people are tired of obnoxious ads, especially those that contain clickbait sites, sound, NSFW content, large portion of screen overlay, or flashing movement to distract from the reason we went to the site.
The next step in the arms race is going to be to avoid letting sites detect adblockers. Or, sites that require ads may find people less interested in them. Please remove the ads in the list of emails. Please put a reasonable filter on the ads you accept. Please stop looking for adblockers.
Bret Johnson commented
I continue to be presented with the same ads repeatedly, often more than once on the page. Better, the ad is for women's shoes. I'll offer a clue: I'M NOT A WOMAN. If there is a means to provide this feedback (the button below the ads), why is there no responsiveness to same feedback? Like the site, but if this continues much longer, I'll lose interest in patronizing it. Thanks.
bp md commented
I saw an ad from onnrons come up, featuring masks and etc. So, being safe, I googled it and it is a spam site, out to rip people off AND is filled with viruses. Really yahoo? A little more care on what sites ads you put up would not be too much to ask, would it