New York, NY (PRWEB) October 31, 2007
Online advertising company snap2eyes LLC (http://www.snap2eyes.com) today released the free trial version of its Tristitial rich media ad unit. The unique, rotating ad format is now available free of charge in the 450x192 ad unit size and can be created via a fully-automated process (at http://www.tristitial.com). Bloggers, small to medium sized business (SMBs), non-profit organizations, publishers, graphic artists, creative agencies, design-related enterprises, and anyone interested in livening up a web site with an eye-catching, animated banner can now take advantage of this free offer.
Inspired by the rotating billboards of outdoor advertising, the Tristitial triples the number of banner images displayed in a single impression and thus empowers an advertiser to accomplish three objectives in a single banner space: brand messaging, company or product information, and special promotions. An advertiser can also utilize this engaging type of ad rotator whenever the online campaign involves several product or brand images, a message or humor in stages, or surprises that require a pause between multiple messages.
A Tristitial initially appears as a banner ad comprised of tiles evenly "cut" by fine black lines and displays such banner ad for a few seconds before softly and gradually flipping the tiles from left to right into the second banner ad, and then the third, before repeating the cycle. As with a regular banner ad, a user who clicks on any of the three revolving banners is taken to the corresponding ad campaign page.
The Tristitial has a wide range of promotional applications. For example, real estate brokers can use the ad unit to display multiple images of the same property, or to promote three different properties. Car dealers can do the same with their automotive ads. Stores with an Internet presence, including online retailers of books, DVDs, electronics, music, and cosmetics, can now display an eye-catching, rotating banner on their home page to highlight a group of products or to emphasize several messages or images about a single product. Graphic designers can also use the free Tristitial to showcase their creative work or simply offer their advertising clients a new and compelling type of Flash banner at no additional cost.
For advertisers who wish to use a Tristitial ad in a "cost per click" (CPC) campaign, the ad unit can also reduce the number of "wasted clicks" associated with such a campaign. Because the Tristitial can hold three times as much information as a conventional banner ad, the ad unit can lead to smarter click decisions by Internet users, and thereby optimizes CPC-based ad expenditures.
Tristitials are powered by the snap2eyes Rich Media Ad Factory™ (or RMAF™) Platform, a proprietary technology that builds affordable and customizable rich media ads out of animated templates.
There are just three easy and fully automated steps involved in creating a free Tristitial: provide user details, upload the three images that will appear in the free Tristitial, and specify the destination URL for each image. The Tristitial is then emailed to the user in the Adobe® Flash® File Format (SWF), along with a deployment guide.
To qualify for a free Tristitial, each of the three images must be 450x132 in size, under 30KB in weight, in JPEG or non-animated GIF file format, and compliant with the content restrictions set forth in the End User License Agreement. To create the most memorable and eye-catching Tristitial, users are encouraged to involve a professional graphic designer when producing the banners for their Tristitial.
About snap2eyes LLC:
Founded in June 2005, snap2eyes LLC is headquartered in New York City and has an office in Vancouver, Canada, where the company's technical team is located. snap2eyes develops proprietary technologies that lower the costs of Internet marketing for small businesses and increase advertising revenues for web publishers. The company offers affordable and customizable Flash ad templates and internet marketing solutions that optimize the process and results of online advertising. More information about snap2eyes can be found on the company's website at http://www.snap2eyes.com.