The word banner is a noun. Banner means (1) long strip of cloth for decoration or advertising, (2) a newspaper headline that runs across the full page.
Banner is also an adjective that means (1) unusually good; outstanding.
The following articles and web pages elaborate on the word banner.
My Way is a search engine powered by selected information and news providers, with no banner ads or pop-ups. On My Way, users can customize their sites to give one-click access to features and services on other sites. Users also have a choice of several other search engines to search the web. On the home page, users can find news, searching by topic, how to sign up for My Way, email and much more.
XIGLA software provides generic web based solutions aimed at fulfilling different requirements for the medium and small-sized business. Their newest product is Absolute Video Channel, which enables companies to form their own TV channel. Other products include live customer support software, web site content manager, newsletter management software, banner ad management software, and more.
The following articles provide recent banner-related news.
As a copywriter and creative director, Mat estimates he created more than 4,000 online ad banners. Here is the story of one that got away.
By Mat Zucker, Contributor. Forbes. Friday, 15 Feb 2019 09:02:00 -0500.
After a banner year, many small businesses are becoming more cautious about their investment and hiring plans amid signs of slowing sales and unease about the economy.
Wall Street Journal. Sunday, 03 Feb 2019 18:42:28 EST.
Its shaping up to be a banner year for the travel business. If you are a travel agent, presumably you are betting on your clients increased wealth and social media channels to inspire them to book more vacations this year.
Travel Industry Wire. Monday, 21 Jan 2019 11:20:17 EST.
Former Olympic flag-bearer Adam van Koeverden will be carrying the Liberal banner into the coming federal election, after securing the nomination in the southern Ontario riding of Milton on Sunday.
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Sunday, 20 Jan 2019 22:09:04 EST.