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Moneynet pledges to remove pop-up ads

Moneynet.co.uk is aiming to make its site more user-friendly by improving its systems and removing pop-up ads.

The firm is investing heavily in the the site and believes the new systems will shorten page-loading times from an average of 10 seconds to less than four seconds.

No further bookings for pop-up ads will be taken once current campaigns have finished, with the aim of being pop-up free from mid-April.

Chief executive Richard Brown says: “We are always looking for ways to improve user experience and we think that we have made substantial inroads both in terms of speed of delivery and the user-friendliness of the site.

“These improvements are part of an ongoing development phase and we will be announcing further developments to the service over the coming months.”

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