More NewsDeja News, Mining Company Claim Top Banner Honors

Deja News, Mining Company Claim Top Banner Honors

Web measurement firm NetRatings released the top 10 ad banners for the week ending Oct. 3.

Web measurement firm NetRatings released the top 10 ad banners for the week ending Oct. 3.

They were:

  1. Deja News: Who’s your favorite artist?
  2. Deja News: What’s your favorite TV show?
  3. GoTo.com: Type in what you’re looking for
  4. Autoweb.com: Get the best deal now!
  5. Next Card: Online Approvals 2.9% APR
  6. The Mining Company: The 500 sites that Yahoo is afraid to list.
  7. The Mining Company: We mine the Net so you don’t have to.
  8. Bonus Mail: Would you read a few more email messages if you got cool free prizes for doing so?
  9. Feed Mag: Do you want to read an intelligent opinionated web magazine?
  10. Travelocity/Yahoo: Win a trip to London.

For the week ending Oct. 10, honors went to:

  1. The Mining Company: The 500 sites that Yahoo is afraid to list.
  2. Bonus Mail: Would you read a few more email messages if you got cool free prizes for doing so?
  3. Bonus Mail: Free CD’s. Free pizza. Free clothes. Free air miles. Free love. Well, four out of five ain’t bad.
  4. The Mining Company: We mine the Net so you don’t have to.
  5. Bonzi Software: Speed up your Internet connection now!
  6. Acceleration Software: Stop waiting for pages to load
  7. Deja News: Who’s your favorite artist?
  8. Link Exchange: Want free stats, free advertising, or a free mailing list for your site?
  9. At Hand Network Yellow Pages: Local information at you’re fingertips.
  10. GoTo.com: Type in what your looking for

NetRatings said its rankings are based on measurement of Web activity by a representative panel of more than 3,500 Internet users 18 years and older who access the Web from home.

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