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c¦net is a big [news.com.com] user of them.
They have been using them for about 14 months on and off. Com the think of it they use all kinds of shapes....
Burst also wants 30% of the defaults to do anything they want with. (like advertise for more sites).
That's not setting well with alot of burst members.
Can someone tell me what a "skyscraper" is?
sky scraper banner [google.com].
This is basicaly like a 600 pixel wide logo?
|Can someone tell me what a "skyscraper" is? |
Brett I was just wondering, why not create your own mediakit and sell ad space. I personally believe you will benefit lot more and in that way you will have control that you might like to have!
I am doing the same one few high traffic sites (about million + hits a month), and it is been working great.
Also, if you don't mind, what tools do you use to track all the CTR, Views, Clicks and other stuff?
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Brett are you with Burst too?
The problem I have with them introducing banners is the fact that they are going to utilise the largest possible width of skyscraper at 160 pixels
A respectable % of my visitors are using 800 x 600, and god only knows how many use the whole of the page when operating their browser
In light of this Im steering clear of them, I wouldnt want some ad / flashing ad covering so much of the browser window
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