More Newstheglobe.com Signs 74 New Advertisers in 4th Quarter

theglobe.com Signs 74 New Advertisers in 4th Quarter

Community site theglobe.com said it hassigned 74 new advertisers since the fourth quarter began Oct. 4, includingAT&T, American Express, Bell Atlantic, Kodak, Intuit, MBNA, Lego, Kellogg's,CNN/SI and Bank of America.

Community site theglobe.com said it has signed 74 new advertisers since the fourth quarter began Oct. 4, including AT&T, American Express, Bell Atlantic, Kodak, Intuit, MBNA, Lego, Kellogg’s, CNN/SI and Bank of America.

Other new advertisers are TCI’s @Home Network, U.S. Army, Navy, Hewlett Packard, Office Max, Philips Electronics, Hilton Hotels, Netscape and Hearst-HomeArts.

“theglobe.com’s differentiator continues to be our strength in attracting major mainstream advertisers,” said Stephan Paternot, co-CEO of theglobe.com. “We believe that the marriage of content with member interaction is what advertisers are looking for to sell their products.”

theglobe.com claims 7.5 million users in the United States and abroad and offers outside and member content for 10 themes of interest (Art, Business, Entertainment, Life, Metro, News, Romance, Sports, Technology & Travel).

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