More News911gifts.com Signs Ad Pact with Go2Net

911gifts.com Signs Ad Pact with Go2Net

San Francisco-based 911gifts.com signed an advertisingagreement with Go2Net, establishing its online gift storeas the exclusive gift provider in the Marketplace section of the Go2NetNetwork's homepage.

San Francisco-based 911gifts.com signed an advertising agreement with Go2Net, establishing its online gift store as the exclusive gift provider in the Marketplace section of the Go2Net Network’s homepage.

Also known as Go2Net Personal, the page provides users with an Internet start page offering customizable news, discussion, and stock information, as well as direct access to Go2Net’s finance, search, free Web hosting, shopping and game sites. Spending for the positioning was not disclosed.

911gifts.com offers a wide range of gifts, many of which are available for delivery overnight, reflecting the company’s slogan “the right gift, right away.” The already has marketing partnerships with AOL, Excite, Netscape, and MSN, among others.

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