More NewsInternet Shopping Network Signs Six New Partnership Deals

Internet Shopping Network Signs Six New Partnership Deals

The Internet Shopping Network signed six newonline marketingpartnerships for its First Auction and Computer Superstore sites.

The Internet Shopping Network signed six new online marketing partnerships for its First Auction and Computer Superstore sites.

With strategic placement in shopping content areas, Internet Shopping Network said it will provide Talk City, StoreSearch, NetChannel, Virtual Emporium, Play4Prizes, and WorldNow visitors with easy access to its sites. Financial arrangements were not disclosed.

First Auction was launched in June of 1997 and offers computers, consumer electronics, golf, housewares, jewelry, toys, outdoor equipment, tools, and collectibles.

Internet Shopping Network is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Home Shopping Network.

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