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Banners, web banners & individual banners
Any kind of on-line representation is inconceivable without a banner in the corners or at the very top, which calls for actions. In order to maintain your market presence and differentiate yourself from the thousand of similar ads, our professionals will make sure your banner advertising appeals to your audiences, delivers a one-stop shopping experience, and delivers consistent visitor flows to your website.
Rather than using generically designed web-banner without any real print, we adapt individual web-banner to your market messages and your individuality. We specialize in making our design small but strong in image, and we ensure that our ads are loaded instantly and still offer stunning image definition qualities.
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Commitment and danger of individual banner advertising
Web ad swings again. As banner prices are lower than ever before and consumers are increasingly using cell phones to consume more information, editors are dropping standardised banner ads for individual format. Banner ads were never an excellent way to advertise on the web, but they could be purchased and resold by the tons, making them appealing to marketers.
Today, consumers are moving consumer spending to cell phones, where there is less property for advertising purposes, and publishing houses have started using the indigenous version, which better suits their feed-like sites. However, the banner is still a multi-billion dollars banner which, according to IAB, will generate nearly $8 billion in sales across the entire sector by 2015.
Today, some publishing houses believe that their best way to make a living with a banner is to create and market your own. "You either let the displays industry pine over the times and it's just a downward spiral, or you try to innovate," said Sebastian Tomich, head of Marketing and Innovations at Times.
Estes, who says she has recently seen an upward trend in non-standard displays, noted that signs are still serving a useful end. "And publishing houses have become better, more targeted and have created personalised market places that allow them to simultaneously market the content of their websites and the characteristics of their target groups.
However, after almost 10 years of declining banner advertising CPM' s are moving more and more publisher away from default CPMs. For example, The Times said that only 30 per cent of pages now have a banner view, and it means reducing that figure further next year by concentrating exclusively on flex frames.
Get an up-close look at the current situation in the online media business by subscribing to an email that appears in your mailbox every week. However, the more these entities multiply, the more the sector runs the risk of encountering the so-called "manufacturing problem", in which the plethora of advertising formats impairs the effectiveness of purchasing electronic ads. This surplus - there were more than 250 forms of advertising on displays in 1996 - was the reason why the IAB initially wanted to draw up a guideline, and it was a matter that the trade organisation had to resolve every few years.
"Alanna Gombert, gm of IAB Tech Labs, said it went mad about the last times her staff reduced the number of ad type ads for which IAB provided advice. However, if these custom entities help to decelerate the slides of the ad, the thing that will substitute them grows - natively - quickly.
According to MediaRadar figures, more than 350 editors have begun to sell some kind of virgin ads in the past year alone, and the proportion of virgin ads they sell has more than increased fivefold to more than 11 per cent. Once the ramp-up is done natively, it can go through the same commodification and adjustment cycles.