Display Advertising


Display advertising which is also known as (banner advertising),  is a type of advertising that visually conveys a business message using text, logos, animations, videos, photographs, or other graphics. Display advertisers frequently target users with special features to maximize the impact of ads. According to the study and research,  there are about 17.5 million active internet users in the world alone. Users Top activities undertaken by online users are to search for content using search engines and read or send emails and communicate with communities of interest shared on social networks such as Facebook or Twitter.

This presents a huge opportunity for companies to reach a technically savvy audience that is in constant touch with the World Wide Web for a variety of interests.


How do advertisers know who to target?

In order to uniquely identify anonymous users, advert online advertisers today use cookies, which are unique identifiers for specific computers, to determine which customers to serve to a particular customer. Cookies can track whether a user has left a page without purchasing anything, so the advertiser can later reconfigure the user with ADS from the site the user visited.

As advertisers collect data about user activity online on multiple external websites, they can combine this goal to create a picture of the user’s interests in order to deliver more targeted advertising. This aggregation of data is called behavioral targeting. Advertisers can also target their audience where AD appears by using contextual and meaningful advertising to deliver a display ADO pertaining to the content of the web page. Retargeting, behavioral targeting, and contextual advertising are all designed to maximize an investor’s return on unregulated advertising or ROI.

As advertising needs become more practical, display AD can also be personalized based on the user’s geography through geotagging. Basic information, such as the user’s IP address, may indicate the user’s rough location with a limited degree of accuracy. This information can be forwarded by using the phone’s GPS or by locating nearby mobile towers to get a clear indication of the user’s current status for a surprising array of advertising possibilities.


What is used to measure the success of display marketing?

If your organization wants to enable display advertising, it’s important to understand some of the key metrics that you experience during your engagement processes such as return, clickthrough rate, bounce rate, conversion rate, and return on investment to get a better image. Display your online display marketing activities.


Advertise Reaching online ads is determined by the number of people who can potentially see your ad online. In particular, this will be represented by the number of advertisers who visit the ad network you plan to use.

Clickthrough rate (CTR)

Typically, when we talk about online marketing, the clickthrough rate refers to the possibility of a user clicking on your initiative online initiative. This is usually used by advertising agencies as a benchmark to show how well an ad or a campaign is received by an audience.

Bounce Rate (BCR)

Bounce rate is the percentage of visits that go to just one page before leaving the site.

When a user bounces on a page advertised by a display ad, it indicates that the user was interested enough to click on the ad, but when they visited your site, they discovered what they found on the ad page. What is seen is not relevant. Them.

There are many factors that contribute to your bounce rate. For example, if there are site design or usability issues, visitors may leave your site from the login page. Alternatively, visitors may leave the site if they are not able to find what they expect after viewing a page.

Conversion Rate (CVR)

The conversion rate basically tells you what percentage of the ad advertisers completed the desired action or goal. This can be anything from a made online purchase, registration for a newsletter, or a request for more information.

Return on Investment (ROI)

When brands start display marketing, there is always spent with the goal of achieving. The return on the investment of the common man tries to measure how much value is received for each ringgit.

In its simplest form, imagine an ad that would run a month before Valentine’s Day that you were using to drive traffic from search engines to a flower market.


How can I increase the performance of my demonstration campaign?


As Google tics analytics partners, we’re able to help you plan and organize an environment to track and measure your display online display marketing activities and relate them back to real business results.

Getting basic insights from your media online media agency is helpful, but when combined with information about your brand’s marketing online marketing activities, they provide a clear picture of how well your business is doing.

If you would like to speak to an expert in Display Advertising, then don’t hesitate to get in touch with Mobloggy. Their friendly and professional team will be more than happy to help.

Rebecca Ruck founded Mobloggy® in 2009 to help small businesses get found online.
Mobloggy® offers a holistic approach to digital marketing and web design, utilizing industry tools and its many strategic layers.