In simplest terms (I’ll push in a few “technical” terms in the next two paragraphs), web banners are images or animations which advertise products or services.
Web banners come in different sizes and styles. The Internet Advertising Bureau, has released standard sizes for web banners. Most web sites or ad servers accept banners which conform to the standard sizes. The standard sizes vary from the very large vertical banners to the very small. The sizes are measured in pixels – hmmm, what are pixels? (click to know the answer). You can find the standard banner sizes here.
On the basis of style, web banners can be classified as follows:
Let me also make one point very clear. A successful banner ad campaign entails a great deal of hard work and determination from you. After all you cannot hand over the promotion of your products entirely to someone without taking an active interest in what they are doing.
Remember, you would know more about your business than the person developing the ad campaign and the banners. Hence, a proactive role from your side is essential.
Logitech was the first company to sell the modern computer mouse. The device with an optical encoder, two buttons and a single ball was created by Jean-Daniel Nicoud and André; Guignard of the Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne in Switzerland. Their mouse was a major improvement over the one created by Douglas Engelbart, the original creator of the mouse. Logitech's computer mouse was originally manufactured by Dubois Depraz SA, another Swiss company. From 1985 to 2008, the company sold a billion of these devices! [more...]