8 Examples of Fortune 500 Brands Using Display Advertising

TOM WHATLEY | June 19, 2019

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Digital display advertising, or ‘banner ads’, are used by small startups to some of the biggest companies in the world to showcase their products. The pull for advertisers to use display ads is that they are placed within the Google Display Network. Instead of advertising being restricted to a text-based ad on Google, display ads open up a whole new set of platforms. They will often be spread out across the internet on YouTube, blogs, Gmail and various news sites.

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