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Subject: Re: UKNM: The invisible banner?
From: Tim Hayward
Date: Wed, 10 Mar 1999 15:37:46 GMT


Just make sure that the brand values of your advertisers are symbiotic
with A&L, find a way of integrating them pleasingly into the page and
make sure that the fuckers aren't banner shaped.

Now we're motoring!!!


Matteo Berlucchi wrote:
> Talking about using banners for brand awareness, I recently came up with the idea (about to be launched tomorrow on the Alliance & Leicester website
> http://www.aandl.com/) of non-clickable banners.
> It may seem a stupid idea but there was some thinking behind it:
> 1. A & L site generates around 250,000 impressions a month.
> 2. They wanted to have something to offer their money-back credit card partners
> (Interflora, BT, Vodafone, etc.)
> 3. They liked the idea of carrying third party banners but didn't like the idea
> of losing traffic.
> So, I came up with the "non-clickable-banner": awareness banners that are sold
> to strategic partners at a very competitive rate (generally �5 CPM). These
> banners are exactly like bill-boards and the underlying concept is that because
> only 1%-5% of people click on them, you just concentrate on the other 95%-99%
> who don't and design a banner which is thought out to be "display" only and not
> "click through".
> The first non clickable banners will be launched tomorrow or the day after.
> Matteo
> --
> Matteo Berlucchi
> Head of Marketing Hyperlink plc
> 8 Upper Saint Martin's Lane Covent Garden, London, WC2H 9DL
> Tel +44(0)171 240 8121 Fax +44(0)171 240 8098
> email matteoathyperlink [dot] com www.hyperlink.com

Tim Hayward. Digital Media Strategist. HHCL + P.
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