More NewseCommercial.com Signs Deal With DataZONE

eCommercial.com Signs Deal With DataZONE

eCommercial.com signed a minimumone-year agreement to produce and distribute four Internet-deliveredeCommercials for DataZONE, a manufacturer and marketerof data storage solutions.

eCommercial.com signed a minimum one-year agreement to produce and distribute four Internet-delivered eCommercials for DataZONE, a manufacturer and marketer of data storage solutions.

According to the agreement, eCommercial will help launch DataZONE’s DataBook transportable hard drive product into the computer reseller market by delivering the eCommercials to 15,000 to 20,000 computer resellers during the first year of the agreement. Financial specifics were not disclosed, but eCommercial said it will receive a 5 percent commission on all such sales.

“This agreement brings to the computer reseller market the most efficient and cost effective direct advertising technology available in the world today,” said Tom Blakeley, president and CEO of eCommercial. “We believe this technology will soon thoroughly transform how this business sector receives and processes new product information.”

An eCommercial rich media demo can be viewed here.

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