San Diego-based ClassiFind Network Inc., which offers multimedia Internet classifieds, said it has struck new partnership deals that will bring the network 1.5 million new ads by the end of January.
The partnership program, which includes newspapers, broadcasting and online content, provides partners with the opportunity for new revenue via multimedia classifieds. Partners aggregate their classifieds into the ClassiFind Network and have the opportunity for new revenue through multimedia upsell opportunities, the company said.
ClassiFind’s recent newspaper partners include: Montgomery Newspapers, Westward Newspapers, the Wyoming Tribune-Eagle, the Roswell Daily Record, the Sedona Red Rock News and the Oro Valley Explorer.
Recent broadcasting partners include: InXsys Broadcast Networks Inc. and WorldNow, a wholly-owned subsidiary of DataMark Holding Inc.
ClassiFind said it also will be introducing new features, including credit reports, standard pricing and service referrals. ClassiFind has partnered with The Auto Channel for automotive industry standard pricing, Qspace for credit reports and CareGuide as a national reference guide to search for child care centers and home care providers.
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