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banner ad

n
1. (Marketing) a banner advertising a product
2. (Marketing) an advert along the top of a page of a website
3. (Computer Science) an advert along the top of a page of a website
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banner ad

n (Internet) → Bannerwerbung f, → Banner nt
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By using standard banner ad inventory, the problem of distribution and sustainable viewership for video content is solved.
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In the case of Western Governors University, the school's banner ad also runs on the AOL home page.
She adds that she does appreciate weekly reports of clicks and impressions generated by each Internet banner ad.
Internet users may need more than one exposure to even notice the banner ad.
Conspicuous logos: One of the most important visual elements in a banner ad is a big brand or product name--in fact, the logo should occupy at least 14% of the banner's total pixel area.
Cooper, whose main source of income at the site comes from banner ad placement, solicited help from friends and family, who all believed in the vision and the importance of disseminating this type of information to the black community.