More NewsQuote.com Promotes Aaron Barnes to VP of Ad Sales

Quote.com Promotes Aaron Barnes to VP of Ad Sales

Quote.com Inc. in Mountain View, CApromoted Aaron Barnes from national director of advertising sales to vicepresident.

Quote.com Inc. in Mountain View, CA promoted Aaron Barnes from national director of advertising sales to vice president.

Barnes will oversee the company’s national ad sales team and spearhead the development of new advertising and sponsorship programs.

Quote.com offers exclusive sponsorships, syndication, ticker symbol targeting and various ad “push” products as well as more traditional ads.

The site claims more than 250,000 users and millions more who view Quote.com content through co-branded sites operated by financial service companies, publishers and others.

Barnes joined Quote.com in February 1997 as senior western region manager for advertising sales. Before that he was national director of advertising sales for Baron Publishing in Chicago, IL.

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