January 10, 2013 SEO News
Captcha Versus Minteye
So there you go again, signing up for yet another blog subscription. Or, maybe you're filling out an online form to order a product or a service. No matter what you do online, chances are that a certain piece of software script called CAPTCHA makes itself known to you, whether you want it to or not.
CAPTCHA is the name of that annoying script box that forces you to try to decipher all those squiggly numbers and letters, type your interpretation of the numbers and letters, then hit the submit button with drops of sweat running down your face. The goal of CAPTCHA is to make sure that you're human. More to the point, CAPTCHA is used to make sure that the information being entered on a website isn't being entered by a spam bot, or by some other nefarious means.
The problem is, CAPTCHA is like that annoying person who had a crush on you in school and felt like if they could force their will upon you, you'd fall in love with them. CAPTCHA means well but the program doesn't make you feel good when you encounter it. Often times, CAPTCHA makes the average person feel set up. All those squiggly letters and numbers are hard to read and really, you'd probably rather not have to deal with them at all. But CAPTCHA demands attention!
You literally won't be able to move on to whatever else you wanted to do, unless you pay attention to CAPTCHA. Not only this, but CAPCHA is going to continue to be a big pain in your rear, unless you give it the answer it wants to hear. Really, who wants to be in a forced relationship where this is only right answer to the question being asked?
If this scenario describes you, then don't worry. There are other options out there coming to your rescue. One option is called Minteye. Think of Minteye as the person who doesn't have to force you into a relationship, makes your engagement with them easy and entices you into a relationship with them.
Minteye works by doing away with the bothersome features that CAPTCHA shoves down your throat. Instead of trying to decipher weird characters, Minteye simply asks readers to slide a bar until the distorted image reads with clarity. Just like a great seducer, Minteye adds a feature that sneaks up on you. The Minteye software features advertisement script. Think of how much more you'd be attracted to a message that isn't presented to you in a way that is weird, creepy or forceful? Exactly!
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