Branding With Banners - Don't forget to...
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Donít forget to put a sign up form on every page for your news- letter and a link for swapping links or classified ads. If you do not know how to do this or donít have a newsletter or swap links page set up find the tutorials you need to set them up at http://treefreepublishing.com/articles/
Once you have your banners out there, donít slack off! Go back to the exchanges you joined and see how the banners are doing. If you have one that is doing nothing and it has been up for awhile (giving it a chance to be seen several times by surfers) pull it and put up another one instead.
Try animated against non-animated, bright colors against flashy fonts, etc., until you find that perfect set of three or four banners that work well for you consistently.
Once you have your select banners, rotate them amongst the different exchange services. A banner that isnít new on Banner Exchange A can be swapped to banner Exchange B and start out new again! After that, move it to Banner Exchange C, until you rotate it back to where you started- and guess what? Enough time has passed that you can use it in Banner Exchange A again and it is fresh all over again.
Ok, now that you are all ready to brand yourself- get out there and start submitting your banner!
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