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A web banner[3], also known as a banner ad, is a form of publicité[2] on the Internet[5]. This digital billboard[4] essentially attracts traffic to a site web[6] by linking to the advertiser’s site. It evolved from Prodigy, an IBM and Sears-owned company, which initiated publicité en ligne[1] in the 1980s. The first clickable ad was sold by the Global Network Navigator (GNN) in 1993, paving the way for modern internet marketing. Banners can serve different functions, from mere aesthetics to providing information about products or services. They also enable real-time monitoring of ad campaigns. However, web banners can be seen as annoying, leading to the rise of ad-blocking technologies. Despite this, they remain a key aspect of online advertising, with standardized sizes and guidelines established by the Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB).

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1. publicité en ligne.
1 Online Advertising refers to the method of delivering promotional content to users through the internet. It began in 1995, with significant developments such as the first email advertising in 1978, the introduction of online banner advertising in the early 1990s, and the launch of Google's AdWords in 2000. Various formats and sales models are used, including floating and expanding ads, trick banners and News Feed Ads, often sold in real-time bidding markets. The practice of programmatic advertising uses software to select and target ads, leveraging data from cookies and behavioral tracking to create detailed user profiles. This is complemented by Data Management Platforms, which manage first, second, and third-party data. The process of ad exchange involves ad space offers being sent to an ad exchange, where demand side platforms bid on the space. Social Media Marketing and Mobile Advertising are also prevalent forms, with the latter experiencing significant growth due to increased mobile device usage. These methods aim to increase website visibility, enhance brand engagement, and improve customer reach.
2 Online advertising is a marketing strategy that involves the use of the internet as a medium to obtain website traffic and target and deliver marketing messages to the right customers. It has evolved from the early days of simple email marketing and banner ads to more sophisticated methods like search ads, social media, and mobile advertising. This form of advertising is driven by various sales and delivery models, including direct management by website publishers, outsourcing to agencies, ad exchanges, and automated programmatic advertising. Innovative techniques have emerged over time, aiming to capture user attention and increase engagement. These strategies include floating and expanding ads, trick banners, news feed ads, search engine marketing, and social media marketing. The evolution of online advertising showcases its adaptability to changing consumer behavior and technology advancements.
3 Online advertising, also known as digital advertising, is a modern marketing strategy that uses the internet to deliver promotional content to consumers. It originated around the mid-1990s and has since undergone significant evolution, notably shifting from early restrictions on commercial activities on networks like ARPANET and NSFNet. Online advertising includes various formats such as floating ads, expanding ads, trick banners, and news feed ads. It utilizes advanced technology like programmatic advertising and data management platforms to automate ad sale and delivery, improve targeting, and enhance efficiency. Key strategies under online advertising include Search Engine Marketing (SEM), Search Engine Optimization (SEO), sponsored search, social media marketing, and mobile advertising. These strategies aim to increase website visibility, improve relevance to search terms, and deliver ad content across different platforms and devices.
4 Online advertising refers to the use of internet services to deliver promotional marketing messages to consumers. It encompasses a wide range of services, from email marketing, which started in 1978, to modern-day mobile advertising. Online advertising saw significant growth from the early 1990s with the advent of display ads and has since evolved to include various ad formats such as floating ads, expanding ads, trick banners, and News Feed Ads. The industry has also seen a shift towards integrating advertising into editorial content or services, focusing on social media advertising, and increasing mobile ad spending. Data management platforms are used to aggregate and categorize user data, and programmatic advertising further targets ads using this data. Search Engine Marketing (SEM) and Search Engine Optimization (SEO), sponsored searches, and mobile advertising are all critical facets of online advertising. This multi-faceted approach allows for a personalized and targeted advertising experience for users.
5 Online advertising is a digital marketing strategy that uses the internet as a medium to promote products and services. It began its journey in 1995 and since then, it has evolved significantly. Early restrictions on online advertising were lifted when NSFNet ended its commercial use ban in 1991. The first notable online ad was sent in 1978 by DEC and email marketing grew rapidly thereafter. Over the years, various advertising formats and strategies have emerged. These include floating ads, expanding ads, trick banners, and News Feed Ads among others. Online advertising also employs advanced techniques like programmatic advertising, behavioral targeting, and geotargeting. Additionally, it involves a variety of sales and delivery models, with website publishers either serving ads directly or outsourcing them to agencies. Google, with its tools like AdWords, has played a significant role in popularizing online advertising. Today, this form of advertising is an integral part of the digital world, merging with editorial content, social media, and mobile advertising.
2. publicité. Advertising is a form of communication used to inform or persuade an audience, often with the goal of selling a product or service. Its history dates back to ancient civilizations, where Egyptians used papyrus for sales messages, and wall paintings were used in ancient Asia, Africa, and South America for promotional purposes. The medium evolved over time, from print in newspapers to audio-visual and digital mediums, with the rise of mass media and technological advancements. Advertising strategies can vary, aiming to raise awareness or drive sales, and can target different audiences on a local, national, or global scale. Various methods include print, radio, web banners, and television ads, among others. New trends have emerged in the advertising business models, like guerrilla marketing and interactive ads. The role of women in advertising has also been notable, with their insights being valued due to their purchasing power.
Bannière web (Wikipedia)

A web banner ou banner ad est un form of advertising on the World Wide Web delivered by an ad server. This form of online advertising entails embedding an advertisement into a page web. It is intended to attract circulation to a site web by linking to the website of the advertiser. In many cases, banners are delivered by a central ad server. This payback system is often how the content provider is able to pay for the Internet access to supply the content in the first place. Usually though, advertisers use ad networks to serve their advertisements, resulting in a revshare system and higher quality ad placement.

A website showing several banner ads

Web banners function the same way as traditional advertisements are intended to function: notifying consumers of the product or service and presenting reasons why the consumer should choose the product in question, a fact first documented on HotWired in 1996 by researchers Rex Briggs et Nigel Hollis. Web banners differ in that the results for advertisement campaigns may be monitored real-time and may be targeted to the viewer's interests.

Behavior is often tracked through the use of a click tag.

Many web surfers regard web advertisements as annoying because they distract from a web page's actual content or waste bandwidth. In some cases, web banners cover screen content that the user wishes to see. Newer web browsers often include software "adblocker" options to disable pop-ups or block images from selected websites. Another way of avoiding banners is to use a proxy server that blocks them, such as Privoxy. Web browsers may also have extensions available that block banners, for example Adblock Plus pour Mozilla Firefox, or AdThwart for Google Chrome et ie7pro pour Internet Explorer.

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