WebRep in San Francisco announced a new advertising sales partnership with National Geographic Interactive.
The National Geographic Society’s Web site, considered a premier destination for education, exploration and entertainment, claims six million page impressions per month.
The site takes visitors on assignment with National Geographic writers, photographers, and explorers. It also features photo galleries, interactive forums, an online store and information about wildlife, the environment, and the peoples and cultures of the world.
“We understand there are other choices in the industry, yet this premier institution selected our company based on our strong reputation and independent representation model,” said WebRep CEO Michael Hess. “WebRep is very excited to have National Geographic Interactive as a partner and is enthusiastic to begin discussions with our advertising clients.”
WebRep ad clients include Acura, AT&T, Bank of America, Buick, Charles Schwab, Chase Interactive, Compaq, Ford, Hewlett Packard, Honda, IBM, Intel, Merrill Lynch, Microsoft, Netscape, Nissan, Quick & Reilly, Saturn, Scudder Mutual Funds, Toyota, Visa, and Volvo.
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