Your ads are annoying, I suggest stopping all ads period.
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Paul Parrish commented
if you can reduce or sustain the same volume level on your yahoo page it would help your advertisers that much more it would be wiser to; 1, it makes one look up cause of the sudden loss of sound.2. it then allows you to look, read, and consider if ad applies to you?.3. If I want to sell you something RUDENESS, is not a good place to start from. 4. how can I stay on your page when other are sleeping and I must jump up to reduce / re-verse the reduction....how in the world could I consider, the analysis to the ad if its affecting me negatively, just sustain or lower the volume. I can see there thinking here is to get your attention but do your really believe that abruptly waking somebody up is gonna get the person so say, Hey I was on nice cat nap and the volume of a/z ad just woke me up ..let me run out and buy that!! I know for a fact that I spend less time on this yahoo. page and sometimes find myself here on the page and in nothing more then 3 minutes I realize why I don't stop here as much as I would like to. The whole idea is backfiring....don't take my word...ask around! Please consider and you will see my computer spend ten times more minutes on my favorite yahoo page....I guarantee it!
Miranda Johnson commented
One of the reasons I use ad blockers is because some ads have audio associated with them. Imagine, if you will, that you are playing something else with audio and an ad comes up with audio. Now both are playing the audio at the same time. Very annoying. Or that you have a browser open while at work and some ad comes up and starts playing audio. Like your annoying Yahoo! email ad.
Dave Henderson commented
Your Netflix ad for Outer Banks has the lead photo altered to ad a horses ***** to one of the male actors.