More NewsPhase2Media Signs 6FigureJobs.com

Phase2Media Signs 6FigureJobs.com

Internet ad network Phase2Media signed an agreement with6FigureJobs.com to sell allsponsorship, banner and advertising space on the career resource site forsenior executives.

Internet ad network Phase2Media signed an agreement with 6FigureJobs.com to sell all sponsorship, banner and advertising space on the career resource site for senior executives.

The new relationship will provide national marketers with online access to the premium demographic audience of 6FigureJobs.com, Phase2 said.

“This relationship will highlight the services we provide to a larger audience of national marketers and further solidify our position as the fastest growing online career resource for senior executives,” said Chris Miller, president and founder of 6FigureJobs.com.

Phase2Media, a NetGravity partner, offers advanced ad serving, targeting and tracking for its advertiser clients.

6FigureJobs.com is aimed at top-tier executives with salaries in excess of $100,000, distinguishing it from other, more broadly targeted online recruiting sites.

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