What is a banner exchange program?
A Banner exchange program allows businesses to take advantage of the most popular form of advertising on the Web, for FREE. You agree to show a rotating banner on your site for other members of the exchange program. They reciprocate by showing your ad banner on their sites at no charge to you.
Is ClickBrokers a free service?
YES! ClickBrokers’ members allow other members to advertise on their sites for free, in exchange they receive free advertising for their site. For every two banners displayed on your site one of your banners is displayed on someone else's site. You also receive a credit each time someone clicks on a banner displayed on your site and 1 credit for every 4 banners shown on an associates’ site who joined via your site.Top
What is a "click through," and an "impression"?
A "click through" occurs when a guest clicks on a banner ad and is taken to the advertiser’s site.
An "impression" takes place when banner ad is fully displayed on a Web page.
How do I set up my account? " page, and completely fill out the form.
Simply visit the "
Will the banners load quickly on my page?
Our banner servers are extremely fast. They are connected with a T3 (10 Mb/sec.) line to a backbone of 622MB to the Internet.
When do I start receiving credits?
As soon as you submit your account information, and insert the HTML code on your pages. Once that is complete your ready to start your campaign.
How can I receive free bonus credits? You receive bonus credits when other sites join ClickBrokers via your site. Once you place the ClickBrokers banner on your site we will rotate banners for the ClickBrokers service along with all other banners. If someone clicks on the banner for ClickBrokers you will receive on-going credit for that person joining the network. You will receive 1 credit for every 4 banners that the new associate displays.
Can I stop advertising anytime? "
Yes, (although we are sure once you see the results you will want to remain a ClickBrokers’ member) just remove the ClickBrokers HTML code from your page and please let us know via
If I get a new banner can I change my old one?
Yes, simply login on to our main page and where the old banner is referenced simply put the URL location of the new banner and upload the new banner.
Where should I place my HTML Code?
In order to gain full advertising exposure we recommend that you place the HTML code on the top of your web page. By doing this you will receive more credits, banners at the top of pages tend to load first. In case of a bad connection, your account will still be credited.
Can I purchase banner space on ClickBrokers to increase my exposure?
Yes. If you would like more exposure on the ClickBrokers network than you receive from the traffic to your site, you can purchase additional advertising or banner space that will rotate on the ClickBrokers network. You can contact our sales staff and ask about our special discounts for ClickBrokers members
ClickBrokers rules and policies?
Your html code must be placed in the most visible part of a page (the first 600 pixels from the top of the page) where your site visitors will see the ads when they first open your page. The home is exempt from the 600 pixels rule.
The click through rate from your site must be within the industry standard!
If you place other large banners on the same page, they must be located below the clickbrokers banner.
Pop-up banners of any kind are not permitted to compete with our clients.
Place your required html code immediately into your indicated page.
Do not place the code in an auto-refreshed page.
Delete your account if you remove your required html code at any time. (Your account will automatically be deleted after two weeks of inactivity.)
We reserve the right to delete an account and bar the member from the exchange for any reason.
Animated .gif images are allowed and will cycle normally. Image size is limited to 16K and should be the proper pixel size for the style selected.
Those caught breaking the rules will be permanently barred from the exchange -- no exceptions.
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