Banner advertisements can give you prequalified, instant prospects. Read below to find out why you should start incorporating banner ads into your online marketing strategy.
How banners work: An advertiser usually places banner ads on websites that have interesting content, such as a blog, news site or a community page. The owner or publisher of the website earns money typically on a cost-per-click basis for every unique click on the ad. Banners are often animated and include a company logo as well a button for a quick call to action.
Banners benefits: If you place them in the right place, you can have targeted visits to your website from visitors who are already prequalified.
You want to drive the visitors to a landing page, not to your home page. Know the “three-click rule”: Your visitors only click three times to find the information they need before leaving your site. Clicking on your ad counts for one.
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You also need to make sure your landing page content matches the message in the banner. Don’t make false promises; be transparent and make sure you have valuable content and a great call to action, such as a sign-up form, buying button, etc., on the landing page.