More NewsValueClick Network Signs New Advertisers

ValueClick Network Signs New Advertisers

Cost-per-click advertising network ValueClick signed a number of newadvertisers, including Audi, Bausch & Lomb, Goto.com and Monster Board.

Cost-per-click advertising network ValueClick signed a number of new advertisers, including Audi, Bausch & Lomb, Goto.com and Monster Board.

The network also said it has reached the 25 million advertising banners a day milestone.

Other new advertisers include, CNN-SI, Lucent Technologies, Hoovers Online, Remarq, Cars.com, StockUp, GetSmart, Headhunter.net, and HealthCentral.

Advertisers can run their ads across the network or target user-distinct categories including: Consumer Technology, Entertainment, E-Commerce & Shopping, Sports & Recreation, etc.

Advertisers pay only for users who respond to the ad by visiting the advertiser’s Web site.

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