Is this like Banner impressions? Can you explain the differences?
Posted by Adminder Support on 08 July 2010 02:32 PM
Banner advertising used to be a great way to promote your webster, and it still can be, but the effectiveness of banners has decreased tremendously over the past few years. These days many web surfers "tune out" banners the way they tune out commercials on TV.

Banners are usually no bigger than 468x60 pixels, so if you purchased 10,000 banner ads you'd be lucky if even 5,000 people actually noticed your banner at all. And even if they do notice it, banners are so small and restrictive that it's very difficult to get across the message you want.

On the other hand, with our Guaranteed Visitor program each and every visitor sees your entire web page in a "full-size" standalone browser window measuring 750x500 pixels. Even if they don't actually click to get there, each and every user WILL see your site - and if you can grab their attention you have a great chance of getting them to take the action you want.

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