BuySellAds Content Portal

Ad Formating & Graphics

Last Updated on July 8, 2016

Not sure what formats you should be designing your advertisements in for the BuySellAds publishers? You can find all of the information you need below. Everything from the format types, to the content types of advertisements we’ll accept for our publishers. It’s all here. Check it out below.

What ad formats are accepted?

We currently allow GIF, JPG and PNG files for ads. We do not support Flash or HTML banners at this time.

Do you accept video ads?

We do not accept video ads at this time.

Are there any types of ads you do not accept?

Creating an advertisement for the BuySellAds network doesn’t have to be as complicated as it seems. Sure, there are some rules (listed below), but for the most part, as long as the advertisement isn’t offensive, you’ll be able to place them on the publications you’re hoping to work with. Listed below is a few of our most frequently asked questions when it comes to creating advertisements.

We do not accept ads promoting illegal activities or adult subject matter.

How do I create a banner for my campaign? Can you do that for me?

We do not offer banner creation through our service. You will need to use graphics software on your computer to create the image of your ad and save it as a GIF, JPG or PNG image. Then you will upload your creative to your ad spot in your dashboard. If you do not have a designer or graphics software, you can search Google to find a banner ad design service.

How can I resize my ad?

There are many tools you can use to resize your creative to fit the space you’d like to purchase. There are software options such as Photoshop or GIMP (free), or you can go to one of many websites online that will allow you to resize and crop your image. 

You may also want to use a web designer or a banner service to resize the ad(s) to avoid possible distortion to your ad. For example, if your ad is a smaller size, and you need it resized to a larger size, then using an online tool or graphics program may cause the ad to be distorted or stretched upon resize.