Real time context based advertisement display and offline viewing method.
Publication Date: 2010-Sep-21
The IP.com Prior Art Database
A program is disclosed by which 1 Based on the content is being typed, a list of related advertisement headline will be displayed to the user. 2. This list of related advertisement headline will be shown closer to the area where the user is typing, so that while typing the user can have a look at the advertisement. 3. This list of advertisement headline will be shown as multi-selection mode, the user can select one or more advertisement headline , so that the user can view those advertisement in detail in offline mode 4 Based on the selection of the headline, the detail advertisement will be downloaded so that the user can view the advertisement offline. .
Real time context based advertisement display and offline viewing method .
The Solution is explained with the following diagrams. One person is writing an email to his manager asking for leave, as the user is planning to go Goa. Following diagram (Figure 1) explains a person is writing an email to his manager for the leave.
So, at the time of writing the email ( May be word processing document, Social Networking Scrap etc ) the person will get a list of advertisements best suited to the content is being writing. This list of advertisement will be showing as floating window, and there will be some gap between the texts is being writing and the advertisement, so the person will not get disturbed. Figure 2 explains the same. This floating Ad window will move dynamically based on the position of the cursor.
According to the example, the person is going with his parents, so the advertisement is also Showing Hotel for Senior Citizen.
Now at time of writing the mail, the user can ignore the advertisement by closing the floating window or drag and drop the same to other place. If, now it the User keeps the mouse over any advertisement then the user will get some more detail about the advertisement. Figure 3 explains the same
Following diagram (Figure 4) explains that, if the user is interested on a particular advertisement than the