LinkExchange announces partnership with Submit It!
INTERNET WORLD, SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--December 12, 1996--LinkExchange (http://www.linkexchange LinkExchange was a popular internet advertising cooperative. Originally known as Internet Link Exchange, or ILE, LinkExchange was founded in 1996 by 23-year-old Harvard grads Tony Hsieh and Sanjay Madan. Ali Partovi later joined them as a third partner. .com), the web's largest advertising network, has announced a new partnership with Submit It! (http://www.submit-it.com), the world's most popular service for registering web sites with search engines and directories. The two companies will join forces to provide web site owners with the most powerful, simple and effective solutions to promote their sites online.
LinkExchange and Submit It! have already begun to work together by cross-promoting their services. In their new partnership, LinkExchange and Submit It! will develop new products and services, using their industry leadership positions to provide turnkey See turnkey system. solutions for site promotion. Site owners will no longer need to advertise site-by-site or submit information one directory at a time. By combining their resources, LinkExchange and Submit It! will enable site owners to list their sites on all relevant directories and advertise on an entire network of sites at once.
LinkExchange and Submit It! already offer the web's most comprehensive and cost-effective cost-effective,
n the minimal expenditure of dollars, time, and other elements necessary to achieve the health care result deemed necessary and appropriate. solutions for site promotion. LinkExchange automates a free banner exchange An Internet advertising network that swaps banner ads among its members. Each time a member site displays an ad from the network, it receives some amount of credit that is used to display its own banner in the network. between more than 50,000 web sites and adds value by providing online statistics on impressions and click-throughs. The LinkExchange network currently delivers over 2.5 million ad impressions per day, with an average click-through rate The number of times a link on a Web page is clicked compared to the number of times it is displayed. Advertising royalties paid to Web sites are often based on click-through rate (CTR), and the amount paid per click-through is considerably higher than the cost of an ad that is displayed that is 42% higher than the industry average. Over 800 new sites a day apply for LinkExchange membership through a simple online registration process. LinkExchange also provides advertising and additional services to paying sponsors.
Submit It! helps websites quickly and accurately register their URLs with search engines and online directories. Submit It! provides website owners with a list of the best and most important places to list web sites on the net. After filling out one form, website owners select which search engines and directories are most relevant for their site and submit their information with one mouse click. More people use Submit It! to promote their websites than any other submission service on the net, and every week Submit It! creates more than 200,000 links to member sites.
LinkExchange, based in San Francisco San Francisco (săn frănsĭs`kō), city (1990 pop. 723,959), coextensive with San Francisco co., W Calif., on the tip of a peninsula between the Pacific Ocean and San Francisco Bay, which are connected by the strait known as the Golden , offers site owners and advertisers the unique ability to place a banner ad A graphic image used on Web sites to advertise a product or service. Banner ads come in numerous sizes, but are often rectangles 460 pixels wide by 60 pixels high. Also 460 x 55 and 392 x 72 sizes are commonly used. on tens of thousands of web sites at once. LinkExchange is the web's largest advertising network, with over 50,000 member web sites. No other ad network has as much reach or as many satisfied members. Reviewed in PC World, SunWorld Online, Boardwatch Boardwatch began as an important publication for the online Bulletin Board Systems of the 1980s and 1990s and ultimately evolved into the primary trade magazine of the ISP industry in the late 1990s. , and the San Francisco Chronicle The San Francisco Chronicle was founded in 1865 as The Daily Dramatic Chronicle by teenage brothers Charles de Young and Michael H. de Young. The paper grew along with San Francisco to become the largest circulation newspaper on the West Coast of the , LinkExchange has also received the 5-Star CyberMarketing Award for Excellence from the CyberMarketing Letter.
Submit It!, Inc. is a privately held company privately held company
A firm whose shares are held within a relatively small circle of owners and are not traded publicly. headquartered in Bedford, Mass. The company's services today are used by Web site developers and marketers throughout the world who are responsible for promoting Web sites on the Internet. Submit It!'s mission is to develop and market services and products that allow anyone to easily submit and send information on the Internet.
Susan Fry, 415/543-4435
Ali Partovi, 415/543-4435
Abbie Lotke, 617/275-0930