- Also referred to as an "in-line show." A graphic image,
generally 468 x 60 pixels, that is hotlinked to an promoter's Website.
- Also referred to as "adviews" or "exposures."
Occurs when an a banner is displayed to a visitor.
- CPM (Cost Per Thousand)
- A term originating from the offline promotion world. Refers
to the total cost of making an a show seen by 1,000 people. On
the Web, it could be thought of as the cost for 1,000 impressions
/ adviews / exposures.
- When a visitor clicks her mouse on a banner, she is transferred
to the promoter's site. The number of responses to a banner
is sometimes refereed to as the number of "clicks."
- CTR (Click Through Rate)
- The percentage of click throughs to banner views. A 1% CTR means
that 1% of each 1000 banner views (or 10 visitors) have clicked
- Page Views
- Also known as "page requests" or "page transfers."
Occurs when a Web page is presented to a Website visitor. Home
pages generally get many more page views than subpages.
- The number of machine requests required to construct a page.
For example, a page with eight graphics and text is equivalent
to nine hits, eight for graphics, one for text.
- ROS(Run of Site)
- Refers to displaying a ad throughout a website or a banner
network with no targeting by keyword or site category. Run
of site promotion costs substantially less than more targeted