Google+

If you’re one of the unlucky ones that haven’t gotten an invitation to Google+, well, this is your lucky day. I’ve already given out over 270 of them since yesterday, but I still have quite a few invites left. I promise that the only thing I will use your email address for is to send you a Google+ invitation. No spam, or any other BS like other sites. I just want you all to get a chance to try it, and hopefully get away from that FB site.

If you want a Google+ invite, leave me a message on my Contact Form, and I’ll send one out to you.

Once you get it, return the favor by going to my Home Page, and click on the +1 and Like buttons on the right, and/or even click on the Tweet button and let other folks know where to get a Google+ invite. If you can, pay it forward. You should get some invites of your very own when you sign up. Be kind and share.

Much appreciated, and happy Google+ing. =)

-Trystian



4 Comments to “ Do you need a free Google+ invite? We’ve got ‘em here. ”


  1. scott s. — July 22, 2011 @ 11:02 am

    Thanks, Trystian — hope this works and doesn’t inundate me with SPAM!!

    I also began my career 30 years ago with a stint in the US military. what an experience!!!

    thanks!



  2. Trystian Trystian — July 22, 2011 @ 2:20 pm

    Invite sent, and no, I won’t spam you, or post your e-mail.

    I think everyone should serve in the military for at least 2 years. I’m sure we would have a lot less delinquents on the streets.

    -Trystian



  3. Sam — July 22, 2011 @ 4:22 pm

    Thanks for the invite. Really cool.

    Thanks



  4. Trystian Trystian — July 22, 2011 @ 11:33 pm

    Happy to assist.



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If you are thinking of monetizing your website or blog, adding standard size link buttons to your site, or you are designing the ads yourself, here is a list of the current standard sizes you should use. This list was compiled from Google AdWords, the Internet Advertising Bureau (IAB), and other sources around the Internet.

Size or Time
Dimensions Description (gif/jpg) (flash) Image Examples
Google Ads
120×240 Vertical Banner 50k 50k  
120×600 Skyscraper 50k 50k  
125×125 Button 50k 50k  
160×600 Wide Skyscraper 50k 50k  
180×150 Small Rectangle 50k 50k  
200×200 Small Square 50k 50k  
234×60 Half Banner 50k 50k  
250×250 Square 50k 50k  
300×250 Medium Rectangle 50k 50k  
336×280 Large Rectangle 50k 50k  
468×60 Banner 50k 50k  
728×90 Leaderboard 50k 50k  
IAB Rectangles and Banners and Buttons
88×31 Micro Bar 10k 30s  
120×90 Button 1 20k 30s  
120×60 Button 2 20k 30s  
120×240 Vertical Banner 30k 30s  
125×125 Square Button 30k 30s  
234×60 Half Banner 30k 30s  
468×60 Full Banner 40k 30s  
728×90 Leaderboard 40k 30s  
IAB Rectangles and Pop-Ups/Pop-Unders
180×150 Rectangle 40k 30s  
240×400 Verticle Rectangle 40k 30s  
250×250 Square Pop-Up 40k 30s  
300×100 3:1 Rectangle 40k 30s  
300×250 Medium Rectangle 40k 30s  
336×280 Large Rectangle 40k 30s  
720×300 Pop-Under 40k 30s  
IAB Rectangles and Skyscrapers
120×600 Skyscraper 40k 30s  
160×600 Wide Skyscraper 40k 30s  
300×600 Half Page Ad 40k 30s  
IAB Universal Ad Package
160×600 Wide Skyscraper 20k 30k  
180×150 Small Rectangle 15k 20k  
300×250 Medium Rectangle 20k 30k  
728×90 Leadboard 20k 30k  
Feed Banner/Icon
91×17 Feed Icon  

You are free to use these images as placeholders in your own templates, but please don’t link directly to them here. To save an individual image, just right-click on the icon and select “save link as…” in Firefox, or “save target as…” in Internet Explorer. I’ve also put together two zipped image packs for your convenience. Each pack contains either the white or black banner images.

I hope someone finds this information useful.

-Trystian



3 Comments to “ Standard Ad Unit, Banner, and Button Guidelines ”


  1. Steven — June 26, 2008 @ 8:27 pm

    Nice list. I’ve been looking for this information for a while. Thanks dude. Did you make all those images yourself?



  2. Trystian Trystian — June 27, 2008 @ 1:47 am

    Glad it helped.

    Yes, I made all of the images myself.



  3. Wallace — September 2, 2008 @ 1:32 pm

    Thanks for the great list!



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