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Winning Solos : How To Add a Featured Ad

by Rosyel S. Financial Advisor, Blogger
If you are a member of my text ad exchange Winning Solos, or any other text ad exchanges for that matter, then you would be familiar with "Featured Ads."

What is a Featured Ad?

A featured ad is one of the ad type formats available in most, if not all, text ad exchanges. Featured ads are available on the main page of the site and can be seen by members and non-members alike.

Can I purchase a Featured Ad?

Yes, you can purchase a featured ad when you log into your Winning Solos account and go to 'Advertise Here.'

Note: Price for this ad type varies depending on the text ad exchange.

How do I set up a Featured Ad?

1. Add a heading. Make it as catchy as possible, but avoid misleading headlines.

2. Select color for your heading. Just click on 'select color' and you can choose from the different shades of color available.

3. Add the URL where your ad should land when someone clicks on it.

4. Add your ad description. Keep it simple and direct to the point.

5. Preview your ad before saving it.

It's simple and easy and it's a great way to advertise your programs as the 'Featured Ads' section can be seen by both members and non-members alike.

Get a special code. CLICK HERE.

About Rosyel S. Professional     Financial Advisor, Blogger

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Comments

Philippe Moisan Magnate II   Tutorial videos, sci-fi writer
Rosyel, is a featured ad the same as a login ad ?
May 16th 2012 17:10   
Rosyel S. Professional   Financial Advisor, Blogger
Hello Philippe. No, it's not.Some sites only allow banners with 600x300 size to be added as log in ads. You see login ads upon logging into your account.
May 16th 2012 17:16   
Philippe Moisan Magnate II   Tutorial videos, sci-fi writer
Thanks for the clarification, my dear friend :)
May 16th 2012 17:18   
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