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Banner Ad

An advertisement embedded in a webpage. A banner ad is commonly at the top or the bottom on a page, but may be placed anywhere. Advertisers may pay by the number of clicks or by the number of views. A banner ad is also called a web banner. See also: CPC, CPM.
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With Dotomi Direct Messaging, consumers opt-in to receive personal, relevant and timely messages from marketers that are delivered non-intrusively through ad banners.
The ad banner featured the sale of a computer system.
Optimost today announced it has added a new premium product offering, allowing clients to optimize key web and landing pages based on a variety of audience segments - such as specific keywords, ad banners, traffic source and more.
Example: An estimated 89 million Microsoft ad banners were completely loaded on users' computers during the surfing week.
featured the fifth most viewed ad banner, with a reach of 3.
Ad banners that run predominantly on an advertiser's own property are not included in the above.
Chart ad banner is the Internet's first desktop application to dynamically display ad banners in 20 second rotation.
Weekly click through and impression reports -- which will soon become real-time online reports -- enable ZD Net to monitor the success of an ad banner and assess the appropriate time to update banner creative.
Norwegian Internet browsers developer Opera Software ASA said on Tuesday (20 September) that it had permanently removed the ad banner and licensing fee from its desktop web browser.
Worldwide Computer Products News-20 September 2005-Opera Software ASA removes ad banner and licensing fee from its web browser(C)1995-2005 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
Dotomi Direct Messaging(TM) transforms traditional ad banner space into a personal message window, which empowers marketers with the ability to deliver personal, timely and relevant content to individual consumers.
looking to book a vacation--there is a strong likelihood that they'll click on an ad banner, enabling targeted messages to score higher than the average 1 percent click-through rates seen with banners in general.