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Old 18th March 2009, 09:24 AM   #11
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For me, banner advertising is becoming more of an interruption from the perspective of customers.

Ask anyone who has just finished a copy of the Wall Street Journal on what are all the ads that they have seen in the journal. It is more likely that they will give you a blank look. People just don't focus much on banner ads as they used to.
I think your right people don't pay much attention to banner ads any more, but I also think it would be foolish to abandon it. I think moderation and diversity in marketing can help you be effective. Do online advertising, banners, direct mail and promote word of mouth through discounts. Using all means of advertising will help you be effective. Banner ads still help in branding and name recognition!

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Old 9th April 2009, 02:40 AM   #12
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Default banners advertisiting

banners adversiting is not a good think to placed on the roads .because when the drivers are see the banners they not control the drive and accidients are possible and in this many peoples are lose thier lifes

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Old 28th April 2009, 01:01 AM   #13
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hello..


I,m agree with all of you .banners advertising is not a good way

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Old 28th April 2009, 03:37 PM   #14
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You should also check what the law is in your area before erecting banner ads; a permit maybe required.

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Old 28th April 2009, 03:56 PM   #15
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I agree with Flag about banners being a good source of advertising. Companies utilize them in trade shows to give a quick visual of what they are about.

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Old 28th April 2009, 11:57 PM   #16
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In fact, the click rate for the banner ads is very low, normally no more than 1%

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Old 3rd June 2009, 09:55 AM   #17
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Default Website Banners

I would like to use website banners. I have not figured out how to make one. Does anyone have good experience with a company that produces website banners? cheap? Or good directions on how to make banners. I would like a specific one for home school products that I sell.

I think they add to overall image and marketing package for a business.

Thanks, Kim

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Old 7th June 2009, 07:47 AM   #18
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Default Banners catch attention

If you make a huge banner, whether it be 10 feet wide by 3 feet tall, or 20 feet by 20 feet square, you're sure to draw attention to your marketing message.

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Old 9th June 2009, 12:32 AM   #19
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Advertisement banners have strengths and weaknesses. But it is still effective, as far as I know.


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Old 21st June 2009, 10:58 PM   #20
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Advertisement banners have strengths and weaknesses. But it is still effective, as far as I know.
Good one there...

Concept
it applies to all. Advertising, marketing, etc..
A good concept is really effective.

Good looking or not good looking banners can be said effective.
As long it has a reasoning concept to defend why you put certain content.

Put in to mind that a hundred words can be put in to a single picture.
Visual communication is very powerful. We must know how to use it well...

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