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HTML 5 Banners
Driving engagement with creative HTML5 banner development.
What is HTML5?
HMTL is a markup language that’s currently at revision 5. It’s used to create the properties and presentation of website content. The HTML language was developed to standardise the way websites are created. It can be understood as an umbrella term for next generation of web applications and how functionality will be expanded with better interactivity and user experiences.
Our in-house HTML5 banner development specialists create responsive banners that are tailored to your business requirements and brand persona. Every HTML5 banner ad campaign that we create is unique, including video and rich media to help captivate your audience, creating interest around your products or services. We even localise content for different markets.
HTML5 banner ads function like a web page within a web page. And among the many types of digital display it’s video and rich media that are predicted to see the greatest growth in the coming years. HTML5 banner ads are an effective means of engaging with your audience for better click-through. Our marketing specialists use HTML5 banner ads as an important factor in their CRO strategies. As the web becomes increasingly complex, it’s increasingly important to deliver consistent web experiences for a multitude of contexts.
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