More NewsShopss.Com Signs $1.8 Million Ad Deal With theglobe.com

Shopss.Com Signs $1.8 Million Ad Deal With theglobe.com

Shopss.com, an online shopping mallsubsidiary of OSCM-One Stop.Com Inc., signed a $1.8 million advertising pactwith community site operation theglobe.com.

Shopss.com, an online shopping mall subsidiary of OSCM-One Stop.Com Inc., signed a $1.8 million advertising pact with community site operation theglobe.com.

The program will include a year-long advertising program including sponsorships of monthly online celebrity chats, as well as the placement of banners, buttons, text links and email impressions on theglobe.com’s site.

“We have been very pleased with the response to several smaller test ad campaigns run on theglobe.com’s network of sites,” said Rami Adler, OSCM’s chief executive officer.

Shopss.com is a virtual shopping mall offering a variety of consumer goods, electronics and books. Committed shoppers receive a variety of premiums including a free computer, with a two-year agreement to purchase a minimum of $30 per month in goods from the Shopss.com mall.

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