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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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Malicious individuals purchase small banner ad space, which doesn't cost much.
Interestingly, Agame did not feature advertising on its homepage, only a pre-roll and banner ad on its game page.
Compare that to Internet advertising that forces you to watch commercials, or doesn't let you scroll past a banner ad. Print is far less aggressive.
Many marketers continue to make the mistake of applying the Field of Dreams credo--"If you build it, they will come"--to their mobile banner ad rationales.
Tap the banner ad on Breaking News articles on the Inquirer Mobile App.
So far the native ad campaigns have received phenomenal response with the results gaining over 70% higher response than standard banner ad campaign and with extremely high engagements.
We will track how often they return, what information they continue to research, whether they choose to interact via Social media and if they find the website at a later time via a banner ad.
Meanwhile, business income, as well as sales of banner ad posted hopeful growth.
The "I Am The Bullet In The Chamber" banner ad shows the 26-year-old South African Paralympian with his feet on starting blocks and his hands to the ground along with a series of pictures of his stride in motion.
Typically a large number of visitors register as page view (also called reach) on a referring page that is linked to the e-commerce site by a banner ad, ad network or conventional link.
By tracking these cookies on various ad networks as the consumers visit websites, a banner ad from Ahold is substituted for another, less relevant ad only for those people.
Banner Ad Effects on Website and Brand Attitudes in Goal-Directed Consumers