As you might have already noticed, BannerSnack launched the long-expected SWF export feature. That is, from now on you can download your banners to your hard drive and use them however you like and wherever you like.
Not to mention the multitude of opportunities that have just opened for advertisers and freelancers alike. I’m taking about the fact that most publishers and networks (or at least the big ones) only accept SWF files. From now on, this won’t be an issue for the banners made with BannerSnack.
The banner above was made with BannerSnack, exported to SWF and embedded the classical way: