Quick Reference Guide for Banner Localization

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Web banner ads are an important part of any company’s online marketing efforts. Banners help promote a company’s brand, can lead to substantial sales increases, and can be tailored to specific markets and demographics.

A banner promoting a new car in the United States may contain images, wording, and overall design elements that are custom-tailored to the US market, whereas an international banner ad may look completely different, even if it is helping to sell the same product.

It’s all about Click-Through Rates (CTR): The more people click on your banner ads, the higher your sales potential.

The big question here is this: how can you ensure that your international web banner ads drive the same, or similar, CTR as your domestic web banner ads?

Take a moment now and download the Quick Reference Guide to Banner Localization to learn what pitfalls to avoid when creating your banners in the first place.

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