How to activate a Trial account?

Sign-up for the 7-days free trial of Bannerwise and explore all its possibilities.

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Updated over a week ago

If you’re checking this article it means that we’ve caught your attention and you’re thinking that Bannerwise could be the solution for you. To give you a good idea of what you can do with Bannerwise, you can try it for seven days. No payment or billing information is required. Follow the steps below to activate your trial today:

  • Head to this link and click on “Start your free trial” after adding your email address and a password.

  • Check the inbox of the email address you registered. You should have received an email from Bannerwise to activate your Trial account.

  • Click on the green button “Activate your trial account” that Is present in the email you just received.

  • It is now time to start completing the registration form to create a tailored account for you. Fill in your personal information and your company's. Click on "Continue" when you're done.

  • Next, invite your colleagues to the trial account if needed. Click on "Invite and continue" or "I'll do this later" depending on your preferences.

  • The last step is to choose the type of ads you'd like to start building in Bannerwise. Click on "Get started" from one of the options available. You can choose between:

    • Animated HTML5 ads

    • Social Dynamic ads

    • Display Dynamic ads

Once you choose one of the options you will land in Bannerwise. Are you ready? 🚀

You can always look in our Help Center for guides, tutorials and most frequently asked questions if there’s something you’d like to know more about.

💡 Good to know: Once the trial expires after 7 days, the account will be deactivated and inaccessible.

We hope the information in this article was useful to achieve your goal. If there is anything else we can help you with and you couldn't find it in our help center, don't hesitate to contact us by chat. We are always ready to help you.

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