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Truth is, people hate banner ads.

Users hate them because banner ads interrupt them while they’re browsing. Designers hate banner ads because they’re small and there’s little room for creativity. Marketers are not crazy about them either, because they think they’re not that effective.

Still, people spend more and more time online and banner ads are becoming one of the best ways to reach them. What’s more, the display advertising industry is poised to grow and even exceed search ad spend.

Banner ads don’t have to be annoying. If you know how to create a good experience for your target audience.

Here is where the Banner Design Academy comes in.

It outlines a few key concepts in 7 lessons that will help anyone: marketers, designers and even small business owners build a good banner ad.

Ready? Let’s get started!

Chapter 1: Advertise For Your Target Audience

Chapter 2: The Anatomy Of A Banner Ad

Chapter 3: Design Principles When Creating Banner Ads

Chapter 4: What Visual Elements Use in Banner Ads

Chapter 5: How To Define Value Proposition

Chapter 6: How Important are Colors in Banner Ads?

Chapter 7: The Power Of Call-To-Action In Banner Ads

Robert Katai
Robert Katai is the Content & Communication Manager of Creatopy. His work was featured on Adweek, Entrepreneur, Marketing Profs, Content Marketing Institute and other places.

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