A (most often graphic) advertisement placed on a web page, which acts as a hyperlink to an advertiser's web site.
in Internet advertising, an advertisement generally located at the top of a web page and running across the page, with a link to the advertiser's site by use of a clickthrough; commonly measures 468 pixels wide x 60 pixels high (i.e., a 468 x 60 banner ad). Also referred to as simply a banner. See clickthrough, pixels, skyscraper ad, rectangle ad, square pop-up, pop-up advertising and pop-under advertising.
An image file that displays an online advertisement, typically sized for placement at the top or bottom of a web page and linked to another page.
A graphic image used on websites to advertise a product or service. Banner ads are typically rectangles about 460 pixels wide by 60 pixels high.
A graphic image, generally 468 X 60 pixels, that is hyperlinked to an advertiser's website. Because a large percentage of Netizens won't click on banner ads, branding or name recognition becomes an intangible asset.
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One of the most common types of online advertising. The banner usually takes the form of an animated graphic at the top or on the side of a Web page. Standard sizes include the 468 pixel by 60 pixel full-size banner, and the 125x125 square.
A banner ad is a graphic image that is used on a web page to advertise a company or product. A banner ad is typically 468x60 pixels. The banner ads that you can buy with Yahoo! Ad Manager are the large rectangular banner ads that appears at the top of the keyword search result pages, or in the "north" position.
A small image file which will display an online advertisement, usually sized for placement at the top or bottom of a Web page. The image file will be linked to another page.
A rectangular, color, graphical advertisement that appears at the top and/or bottom of a web page. It entices the viewer to click on it for further information or to visit the advertiser's website. Acceptable file formats are *.GIF and *.JPG (typically measuring 468X60).
A graphical web advertising unit, typically measuring 468 pixels wide and 60 pixels tall (i.e. 468x60).
A color, graphical advertisement that appears at the top and/or bottom of a web page. Also known as "ad banner". Standard size: 468 x 60 pixels. Acceptable file formats are *.GIF and *.JPG (called JPEG).
It's a graphic ad placed mainly on top or bottom of the site and linked to the web site it represents.
An ad on Web sites that promotes and links back to your Web site. Most banner ads are formatted as GIF images, although many sites accept HTML banners as well. Ads are charged at their rate of impressions, or amount of times the ad is viewed by Web visitors, usually in groups of 1,000.
An ad unit on a Web page that contains a promotional message and possibly a link to the advertiser's Web site. Banner ads are GIF images and animated banner ads are GIF 89 a/Gif animation images.
An advertisement graphic hyperlinked to the URL of the advertiser. These are usually animated images. The Internet Advertising Bureau (IAB) specifies eight different standard banner sizes, which are described in detail at http://www.iab.net/iab_banner_standards/bannersource.html
An advertisement stripped across the top or bottom of a Web page.
a graphical Aspects of Web Advertising
a graphical bar or button containing text and graphics that grabs an online surfer attention inviting them to click through the banner and visit the advertiser's web site
a graphical link to your website that is placed on other high-traffic websites
a graphic, and graphics are hard to create without the right tools, just like building a house without the right tools (hammer) is difficult
a graphic display on a Web page used for advertising
a graphic found on each page
a graphic image of your logo or product, like
a graphic, often animated, that is meant to 'jump out' and make the visitor take note of it and even click upon
a graphic that is displayed on a network of websites
a highly targeted ad displayed at the top of a business category page of the web site (such as Printing, Florist or Travel Agencies
a means of advertising a product, service, or website and drawing traffic from another site to (your site) if the viewer clicks on it
an advertisement on a Web page similar to a billboard
an advertisement option used on the Internet
an advertisement (static or animated) that can be used for advertising your business on the web
an advertisement that stretches across the top and sometimes the bottom of a Web page which contains a link to the sponsor's Web site
an animated or static graphical link to your web site
an HTML ad on a Web site
an image including graphics and text displayed at the top of each page on your site
a promotional graphic that appears at the top of a web page, announcing some special credit union event
a rectangular graphic image included on a content page for advertising purposes
a rectangular image that promotes your web site, it functions like a billboard and is displayed on a web site
a rectangular image that promotes your website, it functions like a billboard and is displayed on other people's websites
a small ad that rotates on a page or pages on the IOGA web site
a small image which you add to your website
a small rectangular Graphic that can either be animated or static
a small rectangular object on a web page that displays a stationary or moving graphic without a hyperlink to the advertiser
a small, typically rectangular, graphic image that is linked to a target ad
a stationary (though sometimes animated) advertisement on a nonrelated Web page that links to an advertiser's site or a landing page
a very effective advertising tool to use on our site
a virtual billboard that displays a series of images
a wide rectangular ad that carries a short message and also acts as a link to a special advertising page on our server with a built in email response form, or to the advertiser's own homepage
A graphic ad on a Web page, typically measuring 468 pixels wide and 60 pixels tall.
Banner ads are one of the primary methods of advertising on the Internet. They are usually small graphics with a very brief advertising message.
Banner ads link to an advertiser's site and are the most common type of advertising on the web. Our advertising banners come in range of sizes. Please see ¡®Advertising Opportunities¡¯ section for details.
Graphic-based ad on a Web page. Usually rectangular, thus the name. Bedeviled by low click through rates, banners nevertheless have their advocates. See 5.10 Banner ads. Usually sold in units of 1,000 impressions. Priced as "CPM," Cost Per Thousand (although the "M" is misleading, since it seems to indicate "million").
the most common form of advert size on a Web page that links (clicks through) to an advertiser's site. The ad typically runs across the top or the bottom of the page.
A clickable advert in the shape of a rectangle at the bottom or top of a web-page.
the wide, oblong-shaped advertising panels that appear on commercial websites. Advertise a product, service or website and entice users to click on them and jump to the advertiserâ€™s website.
An online advertising tool typically composed of a graphic which includes a call to action and a link to the advertiserâ€(tm)s web site. If the banner ad is hosted by a third party, the advertiser will often pay a per click fee.
Graphical image or small animation file embedded within a web page and used for advertising, often containing a link to other sites, products, etc.
or ad banner, also known as online ad, is a graphics image linked to an advertiser's website. The online ad industry has nine standard sizes for banner ads, but the most common is 468 pixels wide by 60 pixels tall, with a pixel being equivalent to one screen dot. In print ads, measurements are made by number of column centimeters.
a form of online advertising that allows users to click it go to your website. It's like a tiny billboard for your business on the Internet.
Any advertisement displayed in a web page usually displayed as a picture for a user to click on.
An advertisement embedded on a web page usually intended to drive traffic to a different website by linking to the advertiser's site. The Interactive Advertising Bureau ( IAB) has created a standard set of banner ad sizes (Medium Rectangle, Rectangle, Leaderboard, Wide Skyscraper) into a set of guidelines called the Universal Ad Package).
Website advertising which uses animation to attract people's interest. Ads will contain a link to either a different section of the website or a different website altogether. Caution: The effectiveness of paid banner advertising is somewhat unproven.
advertising in the internet using graphics, logos, or signboards positioned in specific areas of web pages. Although banner ads come in different sizes, the standard is around 468pixels in length x 60 pixels in height (quite narrow).
On the Web, a standard advertisement (either static or animated) that normally, although not necessarily, appears near the top of a Web page. The term is generally taken to mean a particular size ad (industry standard: 468 x 60 pixels) rather than placement on the page. Contributed by: MarcommWise Staff
a typically rectangular advertisement placed on a website either above, below or on the sides of a website's main content and is linked to the advertiser's own website. Banners can be complex, using Flash technology, as well as simpler ads with text, animated graphics or sound.
A horizontal bar at the top or bottom of a web page used for advertising purposes. The success of such ads is measured in click-throughs. Many advertisers now prefer so-called 'skyscraper' ads, which run vertically on either side of the page.
Perhaps the most prolific form of Web advertising is the banner ad. It is a long, rectangular image that can be placed just about anywhere on a Web page. Most banner ads are 468 pixels wide by 60 pixels high (468x60). They may contain text, images, or sometimes those annoying animations that make it hard to focus on the page's content. Regardless of the type of banner ad, when a user clicks the advertisement, he or she is redirected to the advertiser's website.
A long, rectangular advertisement placed on the top or bottom of a Web page.
An advertisement placed on a web page, which acts as a hyperlink to an advertisers website.
an electronic billboard or ad in the form of a graphic image that comes in many sizes and resides on a web site's web page. Banner ad space is sold to advertisers to earn revenue for the web site.
Advertisement usually at the top or bottom of a web site page which leads directly to the advertiser's web site.
The most common form of advertising found on the Web. The traditional size of a banner ad is 468 by 60 pixels, but there are many other sizes in general...
A banner is the small boxed message that appears atop commercial websites (usually the home page) - o on the first page of an e-zine - and are usually hotlinked to the advertisers site.
is an advertisement that typically runs across a web page or is positioned in a margin or other space reserved for ads. Usually animated and tending to conform to standard sizes so that the file displays quickly.
A paid announcement posted on an Internet site in rectangular or "banner" format.
A graphic ad linked to an advertiser's website. These usually run across the top of the page but can also run up the page ("skyscrapers"). Banners are usually limited by size.
A common form of online advertising, banner ads come in a variety of sizes and typically appear on a Web page as a box or rectangle containing text, images, animation or other effects. Users who click on a banner typically follow a hyperlink to the advertiserÂ´s Web site.
Advertising which generally appears in a block at the top of a web page. These are generally animated GIFs.
Advertisement for a product or company that is placed on a Web page in order to sell site visitors a good or service. Clicking on a banner will take the visitor to a site to learn more about that product or service. They serve a similar purpose as a billboard or television commercial.
The standard online advertising offering is a 468 x 60 pixel, animated gif (image) on a Web page that is a hyperlink to a marketing landing page. Rich media banner ads are being launched that can complete a transaction in the banner itself. Banner Ads have fallen on disfavor because of dropping click-through rates.
A wide shallow rectangle at the top or bottom of a Web page that provides a link to the advertiser's Web page.
is an advertising banner displayed on sites to advertise a web site. If a user clicks on the banner it will take them to that site.
a small, interactive ad placed on a web page acting as a hyperlink to an advertiser's website or another internal page within the same website; typically rectangular in shape and located above, below or on the sides of the website's main content Banner Rotator- a program that randomly rotates banner ads on a website, displaying a different banner ad each time the site is visited or refreshed, often cheaper than having a static ad on a website
This refers to the most common form of advertising found on the Web. Banner adds are usually animated graphics that are clicked on to go to the advertisers website.
Advertising in the form of a graphic image.
An ad on a Web page that is usually linked to the advertiser's site
A graphic ad on a Web page that links to the advertiser's Web site. If you do use banner ads to market your business, you must not, upon pain of death, use one of those ads with a fake control bar so that when the Web surfer clicks to close the box, she is unwillingly transported to your site.
Is an ad placed through a website.
An interactive electronic ad placed on a site that is linked to an external advertiser's site or another internal page within the same site.
or Button A banner for an advertisement that defines a link to a full advertisement/Web site. Broadband An Internet connection that delivers a relatively high bit rate–any bit rate at or above 100 Kbps. Cable modems, DSL and ISDN all offer broadband connections.
an advertisement on a Web page with a short compelling message. The message is designed to get the user to click on the ad. The ad contains a hyperlink to the advertiserâ€™s Website. see hyperlink.