More NewsMerchantOnline.com Launches $1.5 Million Campaign

MerchantOnline.com Launches $1.5 Million Campaign

E-commerce services provider MerchantOnline.com said it plans a$1.5 million national ad campaign to be launched in October.

E-commerce services provider MerchantOnline.com said it plans a $1.5 million national ad campaign to be launched in October.

The campaign will include banner advertising on Yahoo., plus major newspaper placements.

“The purpose of this media blitz is to get the word out to create a brand awareness that gets consumers to remember that MerchantOnline.com is the ultimate destination for e-commerce and credit card processing, and an easy to install Web interface that is superior to any other e-commerce Provider,” said Angel Rodriguez, COO.

“We have a tremendous opportunity to change the way experienced and first time Internet users can integrate real time credit card processing into their Web sites.”

MerchantOnline.com offers real-time credit card processing, checks on line and shopping cart services.

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