Natural Anti Aging Products Link & Banner Advertising
Our website has designated Ad Spaces that you can use to advertise your products or services through Text Links, Banners or even Rich Media. Below, you will find an overview of our available Ad Spaces, Ad Specifications, and Advertising Rates. Besides the overview below, our system is flexible enough to accommodate ad placements on other locations and in different formats. We also have our own Creative Department that can help you create graphics that better fit our website and/or your specific needs. For inquiries or special request feel free to email us at email@example.com
Home Page Ads
Our horizontal Ads can be published on the Info article pages, News section pages and News sub-section pages. Located on the upper part of the page, this premium ad space can also accommodate Expandable Rich Media Ads with a downward expansion direction.
Medium Rectangle Ads
We have around ten (10) Categories: Medium Rectangle Ads are published on the category pages. These ad spaces can also accommodate Expandable Rich Media 290×200 Ads that within the text right centered.
The Advertising Rates quoted in the Ad Space Overview are Open Rates. Our Sales Team has the liberty to negotiate discounted and package rates. We can give discounted rates to parties that commit to large ad volume purchases. Generally, we aim to have our rates below industry standard to ensure that you will receive a good Return on Investment (ROI). Simply email us with your requirements and we will get back to you with a detailed quote within 24-48 hours.
We support all common ad formats in the market today (see listings below). When choosing rich media formats for your ads, bear in mind that it might take us some extra time to insert those into our websites. For all media format, we take file size into account in calculating a quote for running your ads. Our Sales Team has experience with the common ad software and technologies and can assist you in creating or customizing your ad units. If you have any questions or would like to request for special ad media format, feel free to Contact Us.
Site Advertising Tips
All advertising, whether web, print, or broadcast, must share this one attribute: It must be noticeable. Web pages are more akin to print editorial pages than print advertising pages in their complexity and sequentiality. Web ads, however, can be compared to television commercials: Web ads are brief, five-second spots, compared to the thirty-second spots that appear, for example, on the network news. There are severe limitations on story length and complexity, so being clear and persuasive (or at least mighty intriguing) is critical. Web ads simply have to reveal their value and their message immediately—or sooner, if possible.
Types of Web Ads: Variations on these continue to be invented and rolled out:
- Banner ads: horizontal
- Sidebar ads (aka skyscraper ads): vertical and scrollable, two to three times higher click- through rate than banners
- Pop-up and pop-under ads: annoying to close, but far higher click-through; higher cost for advertiser
- Floating ads: even more intrusive than pop-ups—they have sound and motion, and produce still-higher click-through numbers
- Unicast ads: a television-like commercial with the advantage of click ability to the sponsor’s site
And there are, of course, multiples of these on many sites. Your web ad competes with the page’s content and the other ads. This competition for attention is very similar to print and broadcast advertising.
Branding and Ad Tips
All branding efforts must be visibly, identifiably related holds true even for the smallest web ad. Start a design by making it agree as much as possible with your current branding; color-scheme, logos, and typography. Then, introduce amendments necessary for your specific design application.
Two Principles for More Effective Web Ad Design
First, web ads must have content that matters to the target. Nothing is more important than a message that is fundamentally a mirror in which the target will recognize him/herself.
Second, the presentation of the ad must be compelling, as well. Simplicity of presentation is critical, as well as visual difference. Your job is to craft a design that is distinct from its surroundings, and therefore noticeable.
Regardless of medium, designers have precisely three elements to work with: image, type, and space. There are no other elements, but these three have so much more potential than is typically used. Manipulating each purposefully will produce much better results.