eNewsletters deliver useful and timely industry news and information to digital subscribers. As a trusted resource for professionals, eNewsletters are an ideal place to promote products and services to drive traffic to your site, generate sales leads and build awareness for your brand.
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Prominent visibility among a trusted news source
Visually adapts across any device
Targeted to opt-in industry professionals
eNewsletters are available to all BNP Media brands.
*Ad sizes may not be available on all brands. Additional options such as text with image and videos are available to limited brands.
The following information must be provided when placing an eNewsletter ad:
Start and end/thru dates of ad campaign
Name of the BNP Media publication website the ad is to run on [with specific page(s) & location(s) within the page if applicable]
Creative for the ad (the file to be used, or related artwork and requirements if we are to create it)
Web address that the ad should link to (target URL)
Standard eNewsletter Ad Sizes: *
Banner: 468 x 60 pixels
Medium Rectangle: 300 x 250 pixels
Leaderboard: 728 x 90 pixels
Rectangle: 180 x 150 pixels
File Size: 40KB or less
Resolution: 72 dpi
Format: JPG, GIF/Animated GIF only; No Flash files in emails/eNewsletters, PNG (standard eNewsletters only)
Text Ads: You can also include text ads in eNewsletters, however, these should be kept to approximately 50 words or less. A small image may also be used to supplement the text ad.
Videos: Sponsored videos can also be included. A screenshot of the video should be linked to the hosting site for the video. The screenshot should be 300 x 250 pixels or smaller. Videos cannot be embedded directly into eNewsletters since not all email clients are capable of playing rich media.
Email rendering with Outlook 2007 and Outlook 2010
Please note that the Outlook 2007 and Outlook 2010 email systems do not support animated gifs.For those recipients who use Outlook 2007 or Outlook 2010, the ad will be static; only the first frame will display. Therefore, if your ad is an animated gif, be sure to put your call to action in the first frame.