More NewsTop 10 Ad Banners for the Week Starting May 10

Top 10 Ad Banners for the Week Starting May 10

NetRatings' Online Observer report liststhe top 10 ad banners viewed for the week of May 10 as follows:

NetRatings’ Online Observer report lists the top 10 ad banners viewed for the week of May 10 as follows:

By Unique Audience

  1. Yahoo In Chinese
  2. Yahoo Seinfeld
  3. Bid.com
  4. Surplus Direct #1
  5. Surplus Direct #2
  6. Yahoo Home Page
  7. Yahoo Parent Time
  8. Catalog Link
  9. Yahoo Online #1
  10. Yahoo Online #2

The data cited is from NetRatings BannerTrack service, based on measurement of Web activity among a representative panel of Web users age 18 and over. For the week of May 10-17, the average Web user viewed 120 banners and clicked on 1.2 banners (for a 1% click rate).

The data in this weekly report is derived from the Online Observer Service which is available to subscribers at netratings.com.

Statistics below represent average activity for a Web user:

  • Average Page Views Per Week: 348
  • Time Spent Per Week: 6: 02: 00
  • Number of sessions: 10
  • Pages visited per surfing session: 34
  • Time spent during session: 36:12
  • Duration of a page viewed: 01: 04
  • Banners viewed: 120.20
  • Banners clicked on: 1.21

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