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Lowestfare.com Has Most-Clicked On Banner

The most-clicked on ad for the week ending May 2 was from Lowestfare.com, with a2.6 percent click rate and an audience reach of 3.2 percent, according to figures from Nielsen//NetRatings, theInternet measurement service from Nielsen Media Research and NetRatings Inc.

The most-clicked on ad for the week ending May 2 was from Lowestfare.com with a 2.6 percent click rate and an audience reach of 3.2 percent, according to figures from Nielsen//NetRatings, the Internet measurement service from Nielsen Media Research and NetRatings Inc.

Of the top 10 most-visited properties, Yahoo had the most stickiness for the week with the user spending an average of 31 minutes, 7 seconds; least sticky was AltaVista at 6 minutes, 48 seconds per user, the measurement operation showed.

Top advertisers, ranked by banner impressions, were:

Advertiser Impressions (in millions) Reach %
1. Microsoft 138.0 32.5%
2. Amazon 46.8 21.2
3. Thunderstone 23.1 3.0
4. Discover Brokerage 22.0 3.3
5. E*TRADE 21.7 3.2
6. Waterhouse 21.5 3.1
7. JFAX 17.4 5.9
8. CDnow 17.2 5.9
9. Lowestfare 15.8 7.5
10. Staples 15.0 5.8

The company said the top banners for the week ending May 2, ranked according to reach percentage, were:

  1. Amazon–Click on Shopping. Then click on Music and Video.
  2. AmeriDebt–Find: A Way Out Of Debt
  3. Lowestfare–Time Flies Faster When It’s Flying Cheaper
  4. Ad Council–Expect The Best From A Girl And That’s What You’ll Get
  5. NECX–#1 PC Super Store Get It Now @ NECX
  6. The Flower Club–Order flowers for Mothers Day now!
  7. Bonzi Software–Speed Up Your Internet Connection
  8. Lowestfare–Time Flies Faster When It’s Flying Cheaper
  9. Barnes and Noble–fast; hey look we just gave you more time to read.
  10. Music Boulevard–We bring the music to you.

The banners may be viewed here. Ad banners that run predominantly on an advertiser’s own property are not included in the count.

Information is based on audience measurement of people who have access to the Internet from home. The Nielsen/NetRatings audience information service collects data from more than 15,000 panelists.

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