Paula van Dun AKA Webmiep | webmiep

Tips for managing your banner campaigns.

Jul 21st 2010 at 12:52 PM

I use a portion of my credits in TE's for banners where I try to rotate as many with my picture on it. Personal branding is very important; Remember: people buy from people, not from websites. If people signed up something and they like it they will probably sign up faster when they see you face again on another offer. I alter or create the banners myself.

In order to get my banners clicked I change them from time to time in all the TE's I am a member off (dozens of them). This I can do in a few minutes.


I became a member of Intellibanner where you can create banner campaigns. For each campaign you have a special img url and a target url you can use in every TE. The sites in the campaigns are showed in roation; you can assign weight to every individual banner or pauze them. When you upgrade you can have more campaigns, you get more commission and your banners are also shown on big advertising networks.

I can now ad other banner is the banner campaigns on Intellibanners or I can create a new banner and save it in the same folder under the same name and publish. Last method I use for banners I created and branded myself. You will be amazed about the click trough rate from standard banners and self-made banners branded with a picture. Why? They sand out because they are different + people get curious if they see the same face everywhere (I also try do use branded flash pages as much as possible with the same picture). Sign up 4 free here.

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Aug 7th 2010 at 11:38 PM by webmiep
Thanks for the compliment. But what is an FB page and what is the Ning network? Never heard of that. Must be because i am Dutch.
Aug 7th 2010 at 7:45 PM by smithmamie
I did not know just how important banner management is until I read your article. Thanks! I am going to post it on my FB page and my Ning network that I am developing.

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