Advertising with Insurance Asset Risk

Banners on www.insuranceassetrisk.com

Size:

Leaderboard

728 x 90 pixels

Mobile Leaderboard

320 x 50 pixels

Upper MPU

300 x 250 pixels

Lower MPU

300 x 250 pixels

  • Our preferred format is JPG, GIF, HTML5 or SWF (Google DoubleClick for Publishers compatible), though we can handle most image files.
  • Images may be animated - generally we prefer a continuous loop, as long as the maximum file size is adhered to.
  • Maximum file size: 40kB. If a larger file size is required, please contact Insurance Asset Risk.
  • Expandable ads: These can be used with a maximum size of 728x300 for the Leaderboard with a down expand direction. For the upper and lower MPU, the maximum expansion size is 500x300 with the expand direction to the left. The ads must close when the cursor is moved off the expanded area.
  • Sound needs to be activated with a second user click.
  • Copy date is three working days prior to the insertion date.

Please note: HTML5 banners are preferable to Flash.

HTML5 banners:

  • HTML5 banners should be Google DoubleClick compatible
  • Please submit HTML5 banners as either a 3rd party server tag or a self-contained code snippet
  • If your ad includes multiple “click zones”, please include a fall back URL for older browsers
  • Maximum file size: An initial load HTML5 banner should be no more than 150kB (desktop) or 40kB (mobile). A politely loaded HTML5 banner should be no more than 2MB (desktop) or 300kB (mobile)

Banners for email news alerts

Size:

Full banner

468 x 60 pixels

  • Our preferred format is JPG or GIF. Please do not provide Flash as this is rejected by many email clients and servers.
  • We recommend providing static images, as many email clients will disable animation. If you would like to submit an animated image, make sure the first frame contains the most vital information you wish to convey. You need to submit the creative as an animated gif, as we do not use Flash images.
  • Maximum file size: 40kB.
  • Copy date is three working days prior to the insertion date.