This article informs you about our creative guidelines and provides instructions on how to get your banner campaign on HospitalityNet started.

BANNER FORMATS

Each banner campaign on Hospitality Net uses 2 different formats: An IMAGE ad format, and a TEXT-AD format (see samples below) .

1) CREATIVE #1: LEADERBOARD IMAGE AD


2) CREATIVE #2: TEXT AD


CREATIVE GUIDELINES

Please use below creative guidelines to prepare you banner ad campaign on Hospitality Net:

1) CREATIVE #1: LEADERBOARD IMAGE AD

  • 2000 pixels wide and 200 pixels high; static JPG, max 200Kb

  • Click-through target URL (can include tracking code)

2) CREATIVE #2: CONTENT LIST TEXT AD

  • Tag: Max 2 words, max 20 characters

  • Title: Max 40 characters

  • Text: Max 125 characters

  • Target URL: Your click-through URL which can include tracking code

  • Favicon Image: A favicon is a small, 16x16 pixel icon used on web browsers to represent a website or a web page. Learn more.

SUBMIT YOUR BANNER CREATIVES

Once your creatives are ready, please send an email to [email protected] containing the following information:

Any tracking codes for the ad need to be included in your target URLs. Hsyndicate does not provide any reporting both during and after a campaign.

Prohibited Contents

The following content is prohibited: hate speech, defamation, tobacco, explosives and weapons, nudity, pornography, obscenity,references to sex or sexuality, illegal and recreational drugs, illegal pharmaceuticals or paraphernalia, illegal activities, violence, profanities,morally reprehensible content, piracy, misappropriation of copyright, trademark, trade secret, or patent, counterfeit goods, government forms or services, dangerous or derogatory content, shocking content, sensitive events, animal cruelty, malware, spyware, auto-downloads,auto-redirect, content that interferes with navigation or with other ads, unusual CTR, deceptive content that intends to, or does,induce user action through misleading appearance or behaviour, fake hyperlinks, content resembling Windows, Unix or Mac dialogue boxes, fake interactivity, free gifts, links to quizzes and surveys, misleading claims, content enabling dishonest behaviour, content which attempts to reveal a user’s sensitive characteristics and/or attempts to exploit these, or which could be viewed to discriminate, embarrass,offend or otherwise cause a legal or significant impact on a user

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