The new ad network will be comprised of “the most successful and most-trafficked wrestling sites on the Internet” the company said, with a mostly male demographic between the ages of 16 and 35.
The sites cover breaking news from the World Wrestling Federation, World Championship Wrestling and the Extreme Championship Wrestling. Fight results with commentary, ratings, and contracts negotiated are featured. Diehard fans can get the real names of wrestlers and blow-by-blows of the latest events.
Advertisers will be able to reach a captive audience with not only strategic ad banner campaigns, but unique sponsorship opportunities designed by the Premium Network, the company said, including rich media content sponsorships and sweepstakes.
Ken Margolis Associates is an advertising rep and marketing consulting firm specializing in selling Internet advertising.
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