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I'm just wondering if any of you know of an ad network that provides ads in custom dimensions chosen by the publisher. AdSense and other popular networks have a bunch of ads with pre-defined sizes, but none of them suit my design. Before I'm forced into changing my site layout, I'd like to know if there is a custom solution.

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If an ad network allowed that, how would advertisers create their ads? They'd have to know exactly which sites their ad will be published on and then create a separate ad for each site. It would be hugely inefficient and for zero gain. –  Lèse majesté Feb 4 '12 at 0:47

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In short no! Unless your site is so niche that advertisers approach you - even then breaking conventions is hard work (I've tried!).

Take a look at the interactive advertising Bureau's standard sizes, perhaps something will fit.

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