How Ads work on WebsitesAds on websites how they work
What are the ads on a website like?
Banners - These are image-based ads that often appear in the page, top and bottom areas of websites. A lot of websites sell their ad spaces through ad networks like Google's Display Network, or you can buy the ad spaces the same way you would buy an ad in a paper.
Ads - Google Screen Ads are a type of pop-up ad banners used in the Google Screen network, Google's aggregation of networking websites that consent to hosting screen ads. Google Screen Networks also include Google features like YouTube, Gmail, Blogger, etc. Advertisements on Google Displays can be text, image and even videobased.
In order to place ads on the Google Display Network, you must first use Google Adwords. Returning Ads - Returning Ads attract a Web site to be visited by taking into consideration the user's previous Web experience. Each time a Web site is visited by a Web site owner, a re-targeting campaigns cookies is appended to the Web site owner to record which pages and items the Web site owner is visiting while on the Web site.
As soon as the consumer exits the advertiser's site and begins traveling to other sites, targeted ads may be placed in specific ad space showing ads that target what the consumer has previously viewed on the advertiser's site. Flash-advertisements - Flash ads are advertising banners that use Flash designs and are often equipped with interacting features to delight audiences.
Ads - As better web speeds and advances make it quick and simple to view web based ads, they are becoming more popular. Even the most popular advertisements don't advertise blatantly and opt instead for instructive contents that appeal to the user, with some (if any) products discretely included.
First and most important thing is to find the websites where you can place your ads. Those sites should target the same audience as yours. Second, you need to verify what all kinds of ads these sites put.