Waving the RISC OS bannerPublished: 31st Oct 2001, 18:40:55 | Permalink | Printable
Share web banners with fellow RISC OS sitesHaving your own web page can be a lot of fun and also very rewarding too in some ways. You might also link to other similar sites. One way of doing this is signing up with a web-ring and another way is putting your website on a banner network. The effect is just the same: people visit your site and then click on something interesting and get taken to another related site.
Earlier last week, Andy Duffell setup a banner network for RISC OS websites.
"Basically you put a banner on your RISC OS related website and your site will be advertised on other RISC OS related websites", explains Andy. "This is a free service, the only cost is putting a banner on your website."
While the network does operate with a bizarre click credit system, it is extremely straight forward to get your website onto the network and an interesting way of getting visitors to your website.
Chris, pizza-affects-society department
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