More NewsBUYONET Signs Ad Pact With Yahoo!

BUYONET Signs Ad Pact With Yahoo!

Swedish ESD firm BUYONET, an international online software retailer, signed amarketing and advertising agreement with Yahoo!

Swedish ESD firm BUYONET, an international online software retailer, signed a marketing and advertising agreement with Yahoo

Under terms of the agreement, BUYONET will advertise its online retail store within targeted areas of the Yahoo network of properties and main directory. It will offer banner ads within relevant areas of the community site, including the chat area and My Yahoo Financial terms were not disclosed.

“Working with Yahoo is an important step toward branding the BUYONET name in the United States,” Freddy Tengberg, president and co-founder of BUYONET, said in a statement. “We believe this agreement puts us immediately on the map and supports our marketing goal to provide consumers with convenient access to software.”

The company calls its ESD products “Loadware.”

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