How big is a 728×90 ad?

How big is a 728×90 ad?

The 728×90 banner ad unit is an IAB standard ad unit also known as is known as a Leaderboard Banner, Super Banner or just a Leaderboard. The leaderboard size 728 pixels wide by 90 pixels tall. A 728×90 ad is usually placed at the top of a page, so as to be seen by the user immediately when the page loads.

What size do Google ads need to be?

Regionally available ad sizes

Ad type Dimension Size limit
Vertical rectangle 240×400 150 KB
Panorama 980×120 150 KB
Top banner 930×180 150 KB
Triple widescreen 250×360 150 KB

What sizes do I need for Google display ads?

Supported ad sizes

Supported ad sizes
300 × 600 Half-page ad
300 × 1050 Portrait
468 × 60 Banner

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What are the supported ad sizes?

Other supported ad sizes Ad size Description 320×100 Mobile-driven ad format that provides tw 320×50 Also known as the “mobile leaderboard”. 300×600 Sometimes referred to as a “half page”. 300×100 Mobile-friendly web size

What is a 300×600 AD and why is it important?

This format provides a larger space for advertisers to get their message across and can offer users rich engagement. The 300×600 is one of the fastest growing sizes by impressions and is indicative of a trend where publishers are offering more visually impactful ad sizes that are preferred by brand advertisers.

Why is my ad size not performing as well as others?

The supply of available display ads for this ad size is generally limited though, which may lead to sub-optimal ad performance. Also known as a “small rectangle”, this format can fit into small spaces. This size doesn’t tend to perform as well as others due to its small size and limited supply of available display ads.

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