FAQ's

What is a Banner Exchange?

A banner exchange is a group of web sites that exchange advertising with each other. Each web site has an banner advertisement that displays other web sites' banners. By displaying ads on their web site, banner exchange members generate free Advertising and site-linking for their own banners. At the bottom of this page you will see an example of a rotating 468x60 pixel banner.

We are the 'middle man' in the process, delivering and rotating banners on your web site with each request. When a banner is clicked on, we process the click-thru, and direct the individual to the respective member web site. In return for our services, we capture 1 out of every two banners displayed on our network, and use the ad space for sponsor advertising. Using a banner exchange is a great way to gain exposure for your web site. Your advertising is spread across an array of web sites, maximizing visibility. Our banner exchange will always be a free service.

What do I need to join?

You will need two things to join TheBannerExchange.com: An image (your banner)and a website. If you want to display our banners on your site in exchange for credits, you will be provided with a HTML code to insert into your web page. This HTML code will automatically display an exchange banner in your web page, and in return you will generate advertising credits for your banners.

What is a Banner?

A banner is an image that you use to promote your webiste. If you do not have a banner, we can create one for you for $40, or you can use a graphics program like Paint Shop Pro, or Corel Paint. On your banner you place your advertising message like "Click here to Buy books from Amazon.com". Your banner is advertised on our network along with a pool of banners from other members.

We allow 5 sizes of banners:
      -Full Banner (468x60 pixels)
      -Leaderboard (728x90 pixels)
      -Medium Rectangle (300x250 pixels)
      -Skyscraper (120x600 pixels)
      -Square Button (125x125 pixels)

For best results, we recommend the Full Banner (468x60 pixels)

What is an URL?

A URL is basically an address (like a mailing address) that directs a browser to your web page. http://www.yahoo.com is a URL. If you have a web page, view it using your browser, and copy the "Location" box information.

What types of sites are accepted?

Sites intended for the general audience are accepted. This banner exchange does not accept adult or offensive content sites. Advertising banners and websites must not contain nudity, partial nudity (bathing suits included), violence, vulgar language, or links to adult sites. In addition, advertising banners cannot imply a link to an adult content site (using adult related banners to draw public to your non-adult website).

I am already a member of another banner exchange, Can I Join?

Yes. You can place our banner exchange banners in your web pages that already have other exchange banners. However, you can only have 1 of our banner exchange banners per web page.




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