More NewsGoto.com Claims Two of Top 10 Ad Banners

Goto.com Claims Two of Top 10 Ad Banners

NetRatings' BannerTrack syndicated ad research service shows the top ad banners during the week of July 26-Aug. 1.

NetRatings’ BannerTrack syndicated ad research service shows the top ad banners during the week of July 26-Aug. 1.

The top 10 ad banners viewed were:

  1. Goto.com: Type in what you’re looking for
  2. Goto.com: Win A Howard Stern Weekend in NY
  3. Speedlane: Click here to speed it up
  4. Hotmail: Click banners; easy return to Hotmail
  5. Hotmail: Bookmark Hotmail to save typing
  6. Catalog Link: Attention catalog addicts
  7. Hotmail: Make Hotmail your homepage
  8. Catalog Link: Click here to request free catalogs
  9. Catalog Link: Get all the free catalogs you can put your feet on
  10. Hotmail: Use nicknames for addressing email

Rankings are based on measurement of World Wide Web activity by a representative panel of more than 2,500 Internet users 18 years and older who access the Web from home, NetRatings says.

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