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As any business owner knows, its extremely important to advertise your product/service. If people don’t know about it, then they won’t be able to buy it. One great way to do this is by using Mass Communication, which means communicating to huge audiences, usually through mass media such as magazines, radio, television, or newspapers.  For this collection we will be looking at using the internet as the niche communication.

Today we have gathered some awesome examples of advertisements seen around the design community. You have probably seen almost all of them. However we think they serve as great examples of what an ad should look like. When designing, keep in mind that one of the most crucial parts is attractiveness. Nobody will click on a sketchy ugly ad.

Heres an example of my own banner that I created to advertise Inspirationfeed on other blogs. Some of some goals I had for this banner were:

  • Grab attention(the color definetly completes that task.
  • Show my logo
  • Explain what  my website is about in a few words
  • Make the ad attractive
  • Make the user want to click it to find out more

As simple as it seems, its very effective!

Don’t forget to check out our previous article on this topic. There I give an example explanation about Niche and Target Markets.

Please understand that we are not affiliated with the following companies. We are simply congratulating then on pixel perfect design.

1. Billings

2. Sourcebits

3. The Theme Foundry

4. Templatica

5. Goodbarry

6. Alldevjobs

7. Squarespace

8. Mailchimp

9. Glennztees

10. Campaignmonitor

11. Creative-Suite

12. Emailcraft

13. Flavors

14. Webvanta

15. Themify

16. Thinkvitamin

17. Text-Link-Ads

18. Photocase

19. Iconeden

20. MightyDeals

21. Sensationaljobs

22. Livestats

23. Carbonmade

24. SiteGrinder

25. TrackRecord

26. Virb

27. CU3ER

28. Wpcoder

29. Paymo

30. Lytiks

31. PostBox

32. Flex Theme

33. Shutterstock

34. Tabsicons

35. DomainBrain

36. BSA

37. Clover

38. Workable

39. Buildwithme

40. Iconeden

41. Codegeister

42. iStockphoto

43. The Commentor

44. Firehost

45. Sourcebits

46. BusinessCatalyst

47. Beanstalk

48. Feathercode

49. Magcloud

50. Grooveshark

51. Formstack

52. Loop 11

53. Forklift2

54. Myintervals

55. Recurly

56. Spreadable

57. Photodelight

58. Taptapjobs

59. Keynotekungfu

60. Wistia

What do you think? Please comment below and let us know.

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Posted by Igor Ovsyannykov

I'm a digital nomad and entrepreneur bouncing around South East Asia. When I'm not working here, I'm out taking photos. Follow me on Instagram: @igorovsyannykov

10 Comments

  1. Some great examples there.

    I have just set up my own banner advertising network, so get to see a lot of quality ads.

  2. Great examples. I am also a banner designer and you can see my work at DecentBanners.com, may be you like the quality of my work too? 🙂

  3. Sweet – That’s my banner right there. Go go tabsicons.com 😉

    Cheers,
    Kevin

  4. Some nice examples. I think with these types of banners the brighter the better really. Some of the more muted ones, although nice in design, don’t always stand out to well amongst clouds of brighter banners.

    Great selection though.

  5. Most from this collection are nice. I wonder if anyone can showcase a collection of good advertising banners.

  6. Cool Inspiration….

  7. nothing diferent! is more a post advertising

  8. erm am I missing something?

    How are these ‘pixel perfect’? …they’re just small size banners no? There are also a fair few that don’t even have a call to action!

    I wonder how much cash will be earned from affiliate deals by clicking through!?

  9. Lol, you obviously did not read the article. I clearly state that I’m in no way associated to the following companies. Hover over every single image, and you will see the url it will direct you to.

  10. Such eye candies these ads are. Thanks for sharing!

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