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New image ad sizes

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Hi All, Does anyone have any current impression inventory share metrics that can be used to determine which image sizes to have designed? With so many sizes now available- it would be more efficient to choose the sizes that get more impressions. (for Square/Rectangle, Skyscraper, Leaderboard and mobile respectively) Square and rectangle 200 × 200 Small Square 240 × 400 Vertical rectangle 250 × 250 Square 250 × 360 Triple widescreen 300 × 250 Inline rectangle 336 × 280 Large Rectangle 580 × 400 Netboard Skyscraper 120 × 600 Skyscraper 160 × 600 Wide skyscraper 300 × 600 Half-page ad 300 × 1050 Portrait Leaderboard 468 × 60 Banner 728 × 90 Leaderboard 930 × 180 Top banner 970 × 90 Large leaderboard 970 × 250 Billboard 980 × 120 Panorama Mobile 300 × 50 Mobile banner 320 × 50 Mobile banner 320 × 100 Large mobile banner
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Accepted by topic author Liam H
April

Re: New image ad sizes

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Hi @Liam H,

 

The three ad sizes you really want to make sure you are using would be:

 

  • Leaderboard: 728 x 90
  • Inline rectangle: 300 x 250
  • Large mobile banner: 320 x 100

 

With that said, if you want to ensure your ads are streamed for the most use, you would want all ad sizes. There are different sizes to consider based on the type of ad, which you can learn about here.

 

You could consider what Google AdSense has to say, since that is what it used by Google Partner Sites to display ads on properties. 

 

Kind Regards,

 

James

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