More NewsAdsmart Signs Brand-Name Sites

Adsmart Signs Brand-Name Sites

Ad network Adsmart said that several brand name siteshave signed on, bringing the total number of sites to more than 250 andmonthly impressions under contract to 1.8 billion.

Ad network Adsmart said that several brand name sites have signed on, bringing the total number of sites to more than 250 and monthly impressions under contract to 1.8 billion.

New clients are: Fast Company, US News & World Report, Soap Opera Digest, New York Magazine, The Atlantic Monthly, Encyclopaedia Britannica, SkyMall’s new travel site, which launches in July and The Christian Broadcast Network.

“We’re extremely proud to welcome such well-known brands to our growing network,” said John Federman, CEO and chairman of Adsmart. “These sites joined Adsmart because they were impressed with the brand-building, site-specific representation model that is the cornerstone of the Adsmart philosophy. We’re focused on representing brand name Web sites. . .”

Adsmart is a majority-owned subsidiary of Internet holding company CMGI Inc. It has more than 65 full-time salespeople in New York, Chicago, Detroit, Los Angeles, Boston and San Francisco.

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