More NewsAudio Book Signs Marketing, Sponsorship with InfoSpace.com

Audio Book Signs Marketing, Sponsorship with InfoSpace.com

Audio Book Club Inc. signed an exclusive advertising agreement with InfoSpace.com, Inc. tobecome the exclusive audio book club on the site.

Audio Book Club Inc. signed an exclusive advertising agreement with InfoSpace.com, Inc. to become the exclusive audio book club on the site.

The agreement calls for a variety of promotional placements throughout many areas of InfoSpace’s community site. Financial details were not disclosed.

InfoSpace.com offers yellow pages listings, white pages, classifieds including automobiles, personals, employment and homes, an investment section, international directories, news and e-commerce services. Its smart-shopping service is designed to allow users to obtain comparative price information and to purchase a variety of products including books, music, software and hardware.

Audio Book Club has been aggressively signing co-marketing deals and now claims a member base of 350,000 people.

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