The transmission rate of a communication line - usually measured in Kilobytes per second (Kbps). This relates to the amount of data that can be carried per second by an internet connection. See also Broadband.
Also known as display ads, banner advertisements are a form of graphical ads embedded into a webpage, typically including a combination of static / animated images, text and / or video designed to convey a marketing message. The aim is to encourage the user to follow a call-to-action. Banner dimensions are typically defined by width and height, represented in pixels.
A form of online marketing that uses advertising technology to target web users based on their previous behaviour. Advertising creative and content can be tailored to be of more relevance to a particular user by capturing their previous decision making behaviour, for example, filling out preferences or visiting certain areas of a site frequently.
Also known as “interstitial” ads, between-the-page ad units display as a user navigates from one webpage to the next webpage. The ad appears after the user leaves the initial page, but before the target page displays on the user’s screen. Typically, the ad is self-contained within its own browser window or app environment, but may also appear briefly as an overlay on the target page rather than in its own browser window. (see also: Prestitial)
A blacklist is a basic access control mechanism that allows through all elements (email addresses, users, passwords, URLs, IP addresses, domain names etc) except those explicitly mentioned. Those items on the list are denied access.
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