With roller banners, you will have a great impact without taking up much space on your site. They are indeed large, but move up if necessary. Make your message visible on the road.
Another advantage of the banners is that they allow you to put your message on the road; most often hang high for maximum visibility. From promoting your business at a conference, exhibition, Retail Stands Australia or speech to a local scene, a branded pop-up banner lets you create some notoriety to promote your message with relative ease.
Finally, the last advantage of a roll banner is longevity. Unlike a television ad, newspaper ad and radio or flyers that can have a short enough broadcast time, a roller banner can be used a little longer and several times. If the message remains the same and there is no date or time, this type of media can be used for as long as you want.
Although this communication strategy is still much appreciated for the promotion of many companies, display advertising with banners can be supported by online campaigns. If you simply want to introduce our company or improve its perception on the web, display advertising, for example, could be the best choice for online promotion.
Among the banner proposals from advertising dealers you are spoiled for choice. You can choose between fixed banners, animated, text and with different sizes according to our needs.
The banners offered in the image are measured in pixels. Our advice for a successful display marketing campaign is the preparation of multiple types of banners with different formats, so that you can monitor the conversion results with A/B split tests and to better integrate our promotion also in sites with different graphic layouts.
Recall that even a small change in the placement in Retail Stands Australia or shape of the banner could significantly disrupt the overall results of the campaign.
Another form of display advertising is represented by pop-ups that open at the same time as the visitor opens the page. This strategy, today as it is today, is widely used by companies even if in our opinion it could be too intrusive for the navigator and could lead him not to return to our site, considering it only an annoying obstacle to reading.
In addition to the problem of forced vision of the pop-up, this strategy could lead the browser to click involuntarily on the same in an attempt to close it, returning the data on the click through false and false.
Obviously these involuntary visitors would not be in most cases targeted and presumably would abandon the site after a few seconds, thus increasing the bounce rate rate.