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Webstakes to Promote Six New Clients

Online promotion and sweepstakes company, Webstakes, this week won six new clients to promote on its Webstakes.com site.

Online promotion and sweepstakes company, Webstakes, this week won six new clients to promote on its Webstakes.com site.

Healtheon WebMD, Disney’s Go.com (GO), Mattel, MP3.com (MPPP), SmartMoney.com, and Flooz.com.

Financial terms of Webstakes’ deals with the new clients were not disclosed.

“This impressive roster of additional brands continues the substantial growth of our flagship promotions portal, Webstakes.com,” said Steven Krein, Webstakes chairman and chief executive officer. “Marketers are recognizing the benefits of our increasing Web site reach and our growing suite of technology and services.”

Webstakes, through the Webstakes.com site, runs hundreds of promotions and sweepstakes daily aimed at driving traffic and e-commerce to its clients’ sites. Sponsors of the site use Webstakes’ permission-based direct marketing technology, and can target consumers based on their profiles.

Webstakes other clients include Autobytel, CBS Sportsline, Citibank, Disney, NBC, Road Runner and The Sharper Image.

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