Make Poverty History asks for free web ads

first_img The Make Poverty History campaign is appealing for extensive free online advertising by offering a range of attractive adverts.The Make Poverty History campaign has already achieved considerable free publicity online by encouraging website owners to place their white band at the top right or left of their site with a small snippet of javascript code. Now they are offering a range of attractive banner adverts, and are engaged in an email campaign (from Comic Relief) promoting these to website owners.The graphical ads come in a range of standard sizes, including buttons, skyscrapers and banners, some of them with sound effects. Advertisement Make Poverty History asks for free web ads Howard Lake | 7 June 2005 | News Tagged with: Digital Individual giving The Make Poverty History website offers them in an easy to use format, whereby website owners simply need to cut and paste the HTML code provided.A quick examination of the code, however, suggested there were no accessibility-friendly ALT text tags to help explain what the graphics contained.Some examples of the adverts available include:last_img read more