I am not a fan of the “standard companion banner size” for the in-stream ads on youtube and would like to know if this is a bug or a feature.
I’m not too familiar with trueview. So I’m not sure what the standard companion banner size is for trueview ad format in-stream ads on Youtube.
The in-stream ads are essentially a very low resolution version of the main stream ad. They contain more information, which can be a little annoying if you watch them on a small screen. The main stream ad is just the standard ad that is displayed at the top of your screen. This is why it’s so annoying for people that don’t know the difference to watch the in-stream ads.
It’s not bad for an in-stream ad to have a larger banner than the main stream ad. But there are a lot of other reasons why you need to have to have an in-stream ad that has a lot of content. It doesn’t really matter how good the in-stream ad is, its going to be like it is a huge banner, you’re going to have to use it to be able to see what you’ve got.
I’m not aware of any in-stream ad showing how much youre going to spend on ads in your day-to-day life.
And if you want to spend like $10-20 bucks a year on in-stream ads in youtube, you dont really need to go to youtube to watch them. Its just the standard companion banner size for trueview in-stream ads on youtube. Thats what you see on the main channel, and that’s what you see on youtube.
A companion banner ad is always bigger than the video itself. For example, if you go to youtube and watch a video, you’re going to see a companion banner ad on the top of the video. You can’t see anything else in the video, and if you want to see the video, you have to click on the companion banner.
Its true, you cant click on the companion banner, you just have to watch the video.
Its like a video in the sense that it tells you about the video. It also displays the video in a smaller size.
And by the way, a companion banner ad is also smaller than the video itself.