More NewsCanadian Internet Banner Exchange Launches

Canadian Internet Banner Exchange Launches

The Canadian Banner Service launched Canada Hyperbanner --the first freeBanner Exchange Service in Canada to display advertising banners on a largenetwork of Canadian-only Web sites.

The Canadian Banner Service launched Canada Hyperbanner –the first free Banner Exchange Service in Canada to display advertising banners on a large network of Canadian-only Web sites.

Canada Hyperbanner is free to all Canadians and offers special services to Canadian sponsors, large site owners, partners, and advertising agencies, including use of animated banners, live event banners, time-controlled banners, and server-side campaign statistics.

“Most online banner exchanges services do not allow advertisers to target Canadians Internet users,” said Jeff Yeomans, administrator of the Canada Hyperbanner Service. “In contrast, we have developed our service exclusively for this purpose. Canadian companies can now direct their advertising at the Canadians Internet user in a cost-effective manner.”

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