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  1. I find these so incredibly annoying. I wouldn’t click the link even if I wanted to go there, just because the webdeveloper might see I clicked it and he might think it’s a success. Also websites with scrolling crap like 50 websites to share the article on, I simply disable javascript temporarily.

    If you want the user to continue to read, get interesting links in the text. On a website like codinghorror I open many in-article links in a new tab because I find the stuff interesting. And actually, I never had a single suggestion at the bottom of an article (being a pop-up one or simply a few links at the bottom) that I wanted to read about.

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