Display Ad Size Quiz: Level 2


Do you know your online Display Ad sizes? Prove it! Welcome to the Level 2 Display Ad Size Quiz – 20 random questions that all display advertisers should know.

The quiz is different every time, there is no time limit, and you can try again as many times as you like.

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#1. Which type of ad unit should you put *at the side* of a (desktop) webpage? ? You will have seen this on most websites

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#2. What is a name for a *336×280* ad unit? ? A 336x280 also has another name, but one of these answers is correct

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#3. What are the dimensions of a *Large Rectangle* ad unit? ? It's bigger than a medium rectangle

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#4. How many pixels in total does the *300×100* take up? ? Do the maths

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#5. What is a name for a *160×600* ad unit? ? A 160x600 also has another name, but one of these answers is correct

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#6. What does *BTF* stand for in digital marketing? ? It is for ads you cannot see immediately

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#7. What is a name for a *300×600* ad unit? ? A 300x600 also has another name, but one of these answers is correct

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#8. Where does an *Anchor Ad* appear? ? Mainly used on mobile phones

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#9. Which type of ad unit should you put *at the side* of a (desktop) webpage? ? You don't want ads at the side of your webpages to leave too little room for your actual content

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#10. How many pixels in total does the *160×600* take up? ? Do the maths

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#11. How many pixels in total does the *400×300* take up? ? Do the maths

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#12. Which ad size works on desktop, tablet and (most) mobiles? ? It is mainly about screen size.

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#13. What are the dimensions of a *LREC* ad unit? ? LREC doesn't stand for large triangle

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#14. Which one of these is a *vertical* ad unit? ? A vertical ad unit is one which is significantly taller than it is wide.

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#15. Which type of ad unit should you put *at the side* of a (desktop) webpage? ? You don't want ads at the side of your webpages to leave too little room for your actual content

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#16. Which of these ad sizes are best for mobile? ? It is mainly about screen size.

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#17. What is a name for a *120×600* ad unit? ? This was replaced by the 160x600 (which was replaced by the 300x600)

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#18. Why did the *160×600* replace the *120×600* on most websites? ? 120x600s persist, but they have been *mostly* replaced

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#19. Which type of video ad plays *during* a video? ? Deceptively sounds like it only plays at the halfway point

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#20. Where does an *Overlay* ad unit appear? ? Like a pop-up, but not like a pop-up

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