Ask Mr. D - Banner Ads

Written by Bill Daugherty

Dear Mr. D,

Do you think banner ads are a waste of time? Some of my friends tell me that I am wasting my time by using banners and I would like to know what you think.

Just one more thing. I have found a site where I can make my own banners for free, but they are notrepparttar animated kind. I have read that animated banners do better thanrepparttar 101088 others. Is this so and how can I make animated banners.

I sure do hope you can help me.


Banner Man ___________________

Dear Banner Man,

No, I don't think banners are a waste of time. While banners don't enjoyrepparttar 101089 high click-through rate they once did, they can still be an effective marketing tool.

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