So my next choice would be for a message (perhaps a layer in the HTML code) to pup up, and on this message I can have a link to the page I specify. The message, naturally would tell the reader why he should click on the link. And this message box should be totally unblockable in any browser.
I know how to do this with a message that is activated by the cursor position, but that's not what I want. I want it to pop up when the visitor actually clicks on the close-page icon in the upper right of the screen.
I know how to do it with that standard popup box that has a couple of confusingly labeled buttons to click on. I don't want that. I want the reader to be able to click on a button or link with my specified label and my specified destination URL.
There's a traffic exchange service that provides an unblockable exit popup box with five ads in it, each with a link to click on to get to that advertiser's web site. That's the kind of popup I want, not with five ads, but with my own ad.