Digital Advertising Tutorials – Google Display Ads Sizes and Responsive Display Ads Tutorial 2022

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Digital Advertising Tutorials – Google Display Ads Sizes and Responsive Display Ads Tutorial 2022

by | Jul 2, 2022 | Digital Advertising | 0 comments

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Learn everything you need to know about Google Display Ads sizes and specs. In addition, we cover Google Responsive Display Ads for the Google Display Network. If you are running Google Display Advertising campaigns, you need beautiful ads that will drive you conversions. I would recommend using a mix of uploaded display banner ads along with responsive display ads, which are very easy to create.

Supported Sizes and Formats for Google Display Ads:

File types:

Image Formats: GIF, JPG, PNG
HTML5 Formats: ZIP containing HTML and optionally CSS, JS, GIF, PNG, JPG, JPEG, SVG (Responsive or standard)
AMPHTML Formats: ZIP containing 1 HTML document and up to 39 media assets.
Max. size: 150KB for image files and 600KB for ZIP files

Google Display Ad sizes:

200 × 200 – Small square
240 × 400 – Vertical rectangle
250 × 250 – Square
250 × 360 – Triple widescreen
300 × 250 – Inline rectangle
336 × 280 – Large rectangle
580 × 400 – Netboard
468 × 60 – Banner
728 × 90 – Leaderboard
930 × 180 – Top banner
970 × 90 – Large leaderboard
970 × 250 – Billboard
980 × 120 – Panorama
120 × 600 – Skyscraper
160 × 600 – Wide skyscraper
300 × 600 – Half-page
300 × 1050 – Portrait
300 × 50 – Mobile banner
320 × 50 – Mobile banner
320 × 100 – Large mobile banner

source

Credit to original author (click on youtube video for more info).

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