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Because display ads can appear on different page layouts and background colors, it’s important to give every banner a frame. People’s eyes are naturally drawn to the subject matter within a frame so it helps make your ads more visible. If you have a light or white background, it’s common to put a 1-pixel gray border around the ad to define a clear frame.
Now more than ever, consumers are interacting with an ever-expanding set of media on any number of devices. According to Nielsen’s 2014 report on The Digital Consumer, Americans own four digital devices on average and spend an average of 60 hours a week consuming content on them. On top of this, desktop usage has continued to grow, with ComScore reporting and increase of 37% in 2014. As consumers’ media consumption habits become increasingly more liquid: flowing from device to device, from short- to longform video, and from social media to news articles, it is becoming more and more difficult to track down where audiences are at any given time. Whether they are browsing the web on desktops, watching the new episode of The Walking Dead on tablets, or checking Instagram on their phones, it is important for advertisers to have their campaigns reach their audiences anytime and anywhere.
The most critical thing in banner advertising is that the banners are shown on quality, targeted websites and also the PPM (cost per 1000 impressions) be reasonable. PPM higher than $10 is not affordable for many advertisers. I found this company -> http://bit.ly/2O0GxNu recently that provides quality, targeted, low cost banner ads. They send you visitors from top authority websites in any category. You can target your ads by country, category, browser, device etc.
While I do not know anyone currently using it that is getting a good ROI with Twitter Advertising, it still has many possibilities as they are still trying to figure out how to make advertising work on the platform. Some interesting features that have come out are Twitter Cards as well experiments with e-commerce, where users can buy items without having to leave Twitter.
Video Ad Growth — Video advertising is growing, with companies shifting more and more of their advertising budgets to the channel. Next to mobile advertising and SMS marketing, online video advertising is the second-fastest growing advertising channel, with video ad revenue having an estimated growth rate of 19.5% between 2013 and 2016. In particular, increased mobile and social video advertising is driving this growth.
AdRoll is an advertising platform that offers retargeting and multi-device display advertising services. Their retargeting feature is available for ads on Facebook, Twitter and countless other sites, while their staff offers excellent support to help you leverage retargeting to its fullest potential. Check it out if you’re new to retargeting and need some hand-holding to help get you up-to-speed.
Before we dive into practice, let us first start with some important questions - why use display advertising? In 2020 more than $68 billion will be spent on digital display ads in the US and each year this number will be growing. In fact, display advertising remains to be one of the most widely used forms of online advertising throughout the last decades. Why is it so and what is one of the major benefits of display ads?
Managed placements is the only targeting method that gives the advertiser granular control over where their ads are being placed. If you use methods like interests or topic targeting, Google is basically doing the decision-making for you and guessing which sites are relevant. Managed placements allows you to pick and choose exactly the sites that you want your ads to be displayed on, which is why it’s a safe bet when branching out into display. According to Caleb, “It’s the best way to have control because the people you’re targeting and conversions are consistent, so it tends to cost less.”
Here’s a fun note: According to Wikipedia, there have been issues with end users on the Clicksor network being subjected to malware but, and I quote: “However, Clicksor has been consistently updating their ad management system to avoid malicious ads – they are currently using The Media Trust, an ad verification system that industry giants like Google, Yahoo and YouTube also use.”
It’s interesting to note that the first ever online ad didn’t feature the logo of the advertiser. According to Mashable, this is because AT&T hadn’t yet completely signed off by publication time. It’s ironic, though, that the first display ad actually had something in common with what would become the native ad of the future – it wasn’t instantly obvious who the advertiser was, nor was it visually associated with the advertiser’s brand.
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