Crawler Banners

What is a Crawler? Crawlers are banners that are displayed in a floating layer that adheres itself to bottom of the browser window. You might have also heard them called catfish banners before. Whatever you like to call them, the major draw is that as a visitor...

Lightbox Banners

What is a Lightbox? Lightboxes have traditionally been employed to display photos or videos in a Mac-style "lightbox" that floats over top of a web page. The impact this technique has when applied to advertising is that it puts the banner front-and-center...

Overlay Banners

What is an Overlay? Overlays are large banners that are displayed in a floating layer that fills the entire browser window. You might have also heard them called full page overlays or interstitials before. Whatever you like to call them, the major draw is that the...

Page Peel Ads

What is a Page Peel? Consider that you are reading a book or a magazine and you want to mark a page to come back to it later. You would normally use a bookmark, but unfortunately you seem to have misplaced it. Instead you decide to simply fold over the corner of the...

Wallpaper Ads

What is a Wallpaper Ad? Many web sites are designed to be displayed at a fixed-width and then center themselves in the browser window. On a desktop computer or a laptop with a high-definition monitor this leaves a lot of empty space on the left and right sides of the...