FAQ BANNERS – FLYER – POSTERS

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1.    What is Banners?

banner is a typically rectangular advertisement bearing a symbol, logo, slogan or other messages,  placed on Websites, below or on the sides of the Website’s main content and is linked to the advertiser’s own Website. Banners also referred to as a banner ad. If visitors are greeted with something that offers “visual recognition” consistent with our ad, visitor immediately know visitor have the right place and that we cared enough to follow through.

2.    Can I include logos or graphics on my banner?

Yes i can include logos or graphics on my banner.  Graphics and logos are available to add a personal touch to your banner. If you already have a logo then just send us what you have. If you need more detail about banner then please visit on http://banners.com.

3.    What does Banners Broker do?

We connect advertisers with publishers and effective ad space with the most relevant ads to market on their WebPages. We help our clients increase sales and earn more advertising revenue.

4.    What is Flyer?

A Flyer is a form of paper advertisement intended for wide distribution and typically posted or distributed in a public place or through the mail. Flyers are very popular for small scale advertising.
They are often, quite literally, throw-away because they are handed out at random or posted in public places in the hope they will be read. If they are intended to be posted, like on a bulletin board or put up in a window, they are printed on one side only.

5.    What is Posters?

Poster is any piece of printed paper designed to be attached to a vertical surface or wall. Typically posters include both graphic and textual elements, although a poster may be either wholly text or wholly graphical. Posters are designed to be both informative and eye-catching. It may be used for many purposes.

6. Who can use the poster printer?

The poster printer, as with all resources in the Vitale Digital Media Lab, is open to all faculty, current Penn students and staff.

7.    Why do I have to review my poster before you print it?

What you see on your computer monitor is not always what you get when the poster is printed. Please visit Advice & Tips and Technical specifications will minimize problems, but we still prefer that you review your poster like it looks on our computer monitor and grant final approval.

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