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Unfortunately, internet traffic is fickle and fluid.
There’s two distinct factors to consider.
First, panel propagation times are going to vary throughout the year.
At times they’ll run quickly, propagate in a few weeks and everyone will be happy, but at other times seemingly stand still.
It’s no coincidence that your panels are reflecting that drift, but keep in mind, they don’t display in real-time. As certain seasons approach, traffic online that passes through the networks Banners Broker are with may spike because of the nature of the sites and the subjects being viewed. Remember, that advertisers choose the rough contextual targeting limits where they want their ads to run. As a result, if those sites are in less of a demand at that time, they’ll get slower traffic than other times.
Look at Banners Broker International
Just now lots of people are having a really good look at Banners Broker. Some blogs have noticed, however, that the demand for their current content has dropped, so their traffic has died down. Any advertisements on those sites will take longer to propagate for their advertisers than they did before because of the interest in that content.
As the barometer of online interest shifts, it’s reflected in longer propagation times, or quicker propagation times for certain ad spaces on certain sites. That’s one disadvantage of dealing with blind networks. On the other hand it’s also a blessing… the stock of ads in the spaces we rent will eventually shift to balance things out.
So if your panels seem slow… have patience, things will balance out.
The Website is sometimes Off-Line
You’ll notice at times that your panels will seem to have stopped moving altogether. The system is still tracking the impressions for your panels. It’s just not displaying them live while IT do the work.
Once the site is re-activated to ‘live’ status, that’s when you notice the impressions jump as the system is correcting to show exact numbers. There always will be changes being made to ‘tweak’ or ‘optimize’ the system. Sometimes it’s going to feel a little like things are at a stop when it comes to your panels, but actually everything is running smoothly on the back-end.
Congestion is always an issue no matter how prepared you think you are.
When an internet backbone goes down for maintenance, or when our servers require maintenance, things can sometimes get congested as information tries to re-route to find its way. That congestion is like traffic on a busy motorway being diverted down an exit because of an accident… only to be let back on at the other side of the blockage.
Things are going to slow down, it’s the nature of computers in general…they break, catch a virus, get attacked, wear out or suffer from human error. The thing to remember is, that the Banners Broker International IT team is highly qualified and is always working to see that any slow downs you’re experiencing end quickly and any problems that might have popped up are solved with as little interruption as possible.
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