How Festivals Do Their Banner Advertisement?
In the last twenty years, the online changed the marketing experience both for the marketers and customers.
Since the birth of the banner ads in 1994, the marketing world took a dramatic turn to the online. When Google introduced search engine ads and Pay Per Click in 2004 – the concept, style and strategies to get customers reinvented the online interaction.
Buying directly from banners is something we always wanted to achieve. This will take e-commerce and banners, for that matter, to a new level. Let’s take a look at a few embeddable e-commerce elements, that are available for you to use in your banners.
As I showed you before in the previous article, Bannersnack stepped up its game and redesigned the way a modern banner should look like. The applications for this particular feature are limitless, due to the high number of embeddable elements, provided by all sorts of websites and platforms.
Of course, we want you guys to know which are those websites, so we made a list featuring the most popular ones.
A Skype call button, a Facebook post, and a Pinterest board walk into a banner and order some conversions. This might sound like the beginning of a joke that only I would find it funny, but it’s not. This is actually one of our newest feature that we’ve just launched a few days ago, and boy we love it! The “add embed/HTML code” feature enables the user to add all kinds of elements through the embed code.
Banner ads are a huge chunk of the online advertising market. Most of the banner ads are static, non-interactive banners and that’s nothing wrong about that.
The process of creating great display ads starts by crafting a powerful message. Copywriting is an essential part of what banner advertising means, and in some cases it’s the most important one. A good design empowers the message and draws attention, but the words you put in there define the message.
What are the odds that you’ll click the next banner ad you see? Some stats suggest that you’re more likely to survive a plane crash or give birth to twins than to click a banner ad.
If you’re thinking of running an advertising campaign and you don’t know where or how to start, you’ve come to the right place. Probably one of the biggest challenges when you want to start a campaign are the creatives: how should your banner ads look like? More importantly: what copy should go on the banner?
There are less than 20 days left before Black Friday 2013, the most important day of the year for many retailers and service businesses. This means there is a lot of planning going on: campaigns, emails, offers that you or your marketing team are working on right now to boost the Black Friday sales. If the planning involves online advertising, we have a tip: create banner ads with BannerSnack.