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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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web banners, web animations, mobile and TV applications, tablet applications, interactive video overlays, video player, widgets, social media applications, mini websites, etc.
Throughout July, both brands will conceal Web banners on their sites, and the first person to uncover the banner's secret code will win a prize.