More NewsStyleclick.com Signs Marketing Pact With Women.com

Styleclick.com Signs Marketing Pact With Women.com

Fashion e-commerce site operator Styleclick.com Inc., formerly Modacad Inc.,signed a marketing and fashion content agreement with Women.com Networks.

Fashion e-commerce site operator Styleclick.com Inc., formerly Modacad Inc., signed a marketing and fashion content agreement with Women.com Networks.

Women.com users will have access to more than 85,000 items featured at styleclick.com, from home furnishings to women’s apparel.

Financial arrangements were not disclosed.

Styleclick.com will receive exposure across the Women.com network, including the Virtual Closet, Beauty and Fashion, Ask Fashion Plate, Style Makeover, and Fashionwire channels.

Styleclick.com will also receive prominent product placement in the Women.com shopping channel.

Styleclick.com and Women.com said they plan to support the alliance with special seasonal promotions including back-to-school and holiday sweepstakes.

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