Hoarders Will Love This

AdKeeper is a startup media company that truly believes in the power of advertising.

The new company is busy installing little “keeper” buttons on digital ads, so web surfers can keep them for later. You know, because display ads are so well loved today — millions of consumers simply bypass Madison Avenue altogether with software that filters out online advertising.

According to The New York Times, Scott Kurnit, chief executive of AdKeeper and the founder of About.com, said consumers do like some ads, but dislike how distracting they can be on the Internet. With AdKeeper, online advertising becomes “truly invitational rather than interruptive,” he said.

“It’s time-shifted advertising,” Mr. Kurnit said.

“I expect our button to be on literally every ad on the Internet a year from now,” Mr. Kurnit said. “And you can kick my butt a year from now if it isn’t.”

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About David Burn

Native Nebraskan seeking the perfect pale ale in the Pacific Northwest. Copywriter and brand strategist at Bonehook. Co-founder and editor of AdPulp.

  • HighJive

    Someone should kick Kurnit’s butt now for having invented the ridiculous gizmo.