How does it work?
Advertising is a necessary evil. Why not benefit from ads that are for products you need when you need them?Enter preference-based advertising. inControl Ads allows you to create a secure, private profile where you choose the brands and products you like and leave out the ones you loathe. Once complete, you'll start seeing ads and deals that match your preferences and less irrelevant ads that bombard your devices. Get Started
Create your profile by choosing what products you like and when you’ll be in the market for them.
See and take advantage of deals matched specifically to your preferences.
Tell us what you’ve bought already and what you may be interested in next so we can customize a personalized experience for you.
Benefits of Creating an Ad Profile
- You remain in control of the information you share with advertisers.
- It’s an advertiser’s dream to know what you want and when you want it. Let them fight over you by providing the best deal they can through the ads that match your preferences.
- Most times, advertisers have dated information about your tastes. If you’ve already bought a car, you don’t want to see ads for cars anymore. Update your profile as often as you like and those ads are gone.
- Think local. We’re not just talking national advertising and brands. We’re talking deals from local restaurants and shops in your community.
- The best part is that it’s FREE.
Advertising is the “wonder” in Wonder Bread.
Source: Jef I. Richards
In 1998, the average consumer saw 3,000 marketing messages per day. How many do you think it is today?
Sanely applied advertising could remake the world.
Source: Digital Ninjas
You are more likely to complete NAVY SEAL training than click a banner ad.
Source: Solve Media
The average person is served over 1,700 banner ads per month. Do you remember any?
Many a small thing has been made large by advertising.
Source: Mark Twain
83% of Americans report that irrelevant ads get in the way of everyday activities. 20% say work, 19% say sex.
Source: Insights One
An average American watches two million commercials by the age of 65.