More NewsFreeShop.com Snares New Clients

FreeShop.com Snares New Clients

The online direct marketing company rounds up new customers for itscustomer acquisition service.

Online direct marketing network FreeShop.com, said Thursday that it had won more than 50 new clients for its customer acquisition services over the last month.

Among these new clients are Discover Financial Services, Britannica.com and MSN CarPoint.

“Evolving market conditions are leading even more companies to recognize the value of action-based models that deliver results, and FreeShop offers the best model online,” said Tim Choate, chairman and chief executive officer of FreeShop.com.

FreeShop.com’s new campaign for Discover Financial Services rewards consumers for signing up for a platinum card. In addition, through FreeShop.com’s agreement with Doubleday Direct, consumers can choose from six new book clubs at FreeShop’s Coupons & Deals site. Other Doubleday book clubs are featured throughout the FreeShop Network.

Additional new clients of FreeShop include Generex Inc., Worldwide Resort Publishing, Marathon Communications, Evite Inc., Half.com, TeaLuxe.com, JobsOnline.com and Syence Skin Care.

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