E-retailerAllnetServices.com Corp. said it entered into three separate online sponsorship programs with Flycast, CNET and the Internet Travel Network.
The 10-week campaign is already in its third week and is guaranteed to deliver nearly 3.5 million impressions, the company said. Spending was not disclosed.
The Flycast agreement works in two parts. The first is a ‘run of site basis’ over the Flycast Open Network of more than 450 sites. The second is targeted banners on computer and Internet related sites, including Alta Vista, The Shareware Stockpile, PC World Online, Win95 Magazine, Internet Tool Zone, WinSite, WindowsDrivers.com and MyWindows.com.
The CNET program will be run of site with shopper.com , a CNET site, where Internet users can come and compare prices of thousands of computer products. The agreement with Internet Travel Network is also a run of site banner campaign and will begin July 24th. Additional advertising for the company’s auction site, GoingOnce.net, includes pricewatch.com and zdnet.com/netbuyer.
AllnetServices.com specializes in the marketing and distribution of a broad range of products and services at wholesale prices to both consumer and trade customers.
Its Internet-related businesses include: AllnetDirect.com, which lists over 45,000 computer-related products; GoingOnce.net, a 24-hour online auction; AllmonitorMall.com, a Web site dedicated solely to offering all monitor-related merchandise; and AllnetServices.com, which offers Web hosting, professional graphics design and animation, data base management and site development.
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