I thought of something today that I'm thinking might be interesting to try and am wanting some feedback to see if anyone else has tried it.
Banner Ads to push traffic to Hubs from your own websites.
The flexibility to design with one of the many free banner creation sites I have found and to target individual Hubs is something that may work well. Given the banner is placed on a website you already own it's free advertising done a little better than just a link in an article or blog post.
Anybody have an opinion on this?
by stuff4you5 years ago
I've heard this before. You'd think that banner ads would get a user's attention more.
by Vickiw3 years ago
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by Glenn Stok3 years ago
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by Terri Paajanen9 years ago
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