Technical Specs (Site Takeovers and Banners)

Content Submission (Site Takeovers)

  • Your direct contact for the submission of banners is: banners@audiofanzine.net, with your sales representative in CC
  • All content must be submitted at least one week before the campaign launches.
  • By content we mean:
    • a PSD (Photoshop) file (and not a flattened file) based on the PSD (Photoshop) template. We will make a PNG/Jpeg file from your PSD file.
    • A redirect link

Content Submission (Banners)

  • Your direct contact for the submission of banners is: banners@audiofanzine.net, with your sales representative in CC
  • All content must be submitted at least one week before the campaign launches
  • By content we mean:
    • One or several banners
    • A link for each banner
    • In case the advertising campaign includes several categories (for example, guitar and home studio), please mention the target category for each of the banners

Technical Specifications for All Banners

DESKTOP banners

  • File size: less than 100 Kb
    (see “Flash banner optimization” below)
  • Accepted formats: JPEG, PNG, GIF, Flash
  • Available document sizes (width x height):
    • Wide (160×600 pixels)
    • Rectangle (if included in the insertion order) : 300×250 pixels
    • Billboard : 750×200 pixels

160×600, 750×200 and 300×250 example

MOBILE banners

  • File sizes : < 30 KB
  • Accepted format: JPEG, GIF, PNG
  • Banner sizes: 320×50 (top banners) and 300×250 (bottom banners)

320×50 and 300×250 example, 

TABLET banners

  • File sizes : < 30 KB
  • Accepted format: JPEG, GIF, PNG
  • Available document sizes (width x height):
    • Wide (160×600 pixels)
    • Rectangle (if included in the insertion order) : 300×250 pixels
    • Small billboard : 600×200 pixels

600×200 example, 

Recommendations for Banners

  • Did you know that you can get a better return on investment with simple banners? Our experience shows that static banners (in JPEG and PNG) have a better click-through rate than Flash banners. Given the profile of our visitors, they are more receptive to informative advertisement (nice pictures, simple texts) than to a animated ad.