Kamile KavaliauskeUX UI designer @nfq , CO-founder of DigitmeSome time ago
Banner ads are still seen as a crutial part of website for a lot of companies. However, studies show that most users became aware of visual clues that help identify banners as ads, making them invisible part of your site. It is known that most users skim through the content, they do not read every single part of your website. So, most of the time banners on the homepage are simply recognized as pushy ads and are skiped.

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Audrius JanulisTech, Marketing, Comedy | Startups @ Google
Maybe it’s not the format, but the offer that’s crap? Try giving away a free iPhone for clicking the banner and you will be surprised how many people notice it :) We did it once as a Christmas stunt at my previous company. We had 3 iPads to give away and we retargeted our customers (couple of thousand professional media buyers) with it. Those iPads were gone in a matter of minutes.
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Kamile KavaliauskeUX UI designer @nfq , CO-founder of Digitme
Yes, you are absolutely right - content is always king. The studies I was refering to is focused specifically on banners that are part of the website structure. F.e. "summer sale" "special offer" ,etc. Those kind of banners doesn't resonate effectively with the users.
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Love that!!! Thank you for sharing your expierence! ❤️
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