INTERNET.COM SIGNS E-COMMERCE AGREEMENTS WITH MONDUS.COM, NETSANITY AND RED GORILLA
(New York, NY-February 17, 2000)--internet.com (Nasdaq: INTM), the E-Business and Internet Technology Network, today announced that it has signed e-commerce agreements with mondus.com, NetSanity and Red Gorilla. Each company will expand their reach through the internet.com network of Web sites and related Internet media properties.
"We are pleased to add these companies to our expanding e-commerce partner program and look forward to strengthening their brands and increasing traffic to their sites," said internet.com chairman and CEO Alan M. Meckler. "internet.com attracts a vibrant community of Internet industry and Internet technology professionals, an audience that is ideal for these type of e-commerce offerings."
mondus.com is an e-marketplace where small to medium-sized businesses obtain competitive quotes on essential business equipment and services. Buyers can review bids and purchase products or services from a large pool of vendors in more than 50 categories from computer and telecommunications equipment to hospitality and legal services. Included with the service, which is free for the buyer, are comprehensive buyers' guides and an on-call customer care team to help ensure informed purchasing decisions.
NetSanity, creators of the NetSanity SmartBar, offers end users easy access to their preferred Internet content, commerce, communities and tools. Using XML-pull technology, NetSanity retrieves breaking news stories and information from internet.com and other Web sites, then presents it in one location on the desktop - without delivering advertisements. As part of its agreement with internet.com, internet.com will provide a daily feed of Internet News headlines via NetSanity's XML feed specification which will be featured in each SmartBar downloaded by an internet.com user.
Red Gorilla (http://www.redgorilla.com)
Red Gorilla, The Application Syndication Company, offers Gorilla Time, the first-time tracking and invoicing tool fully accessible via all three mobile computing platforms - Web, Palm(tm) and telephone- to ease the burden of time and expense tracking for small businesses and independent consultants. Gorilla Time enables users to easily capture time and expenses, create professional invoices and generate sophisticated reports, while saving money.
For e-commerce and licensing opportunities, contact David Arganbright, Vice President, Commerce and Licensing, at [email protected] or (203) 662-2858.
internet.com Corporation (Nasdaq: INTM; http://www.internet.com) based in New York, NY, is a leading provider of global real-time news and information resources for Internet industry and Internet technology professionals, Web developers and experienced Internet users. internet.com operates a network of 97 Web sites, 74 e-mail newsletters, 101 online discussion forums and 75 moderated e-mail discussion lists with over 2 million unique visitors that generate more than 90 million page views monthly. Total "views", which include Web site page views, e-mail newsletter views and e-mail discussion list views, are now over 150 million per month. internet.com's global presence includes editions in Arabia, Asia, Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, Israel, Japan, South Africa and the United Kingdom. In addition, internet.com with its related internet.com Venture Fund I and Venture Fund II is an investor in a growing number of business-to-business content sites and related Internet media properties.
Interested advertisers should contact the Ad Sales department at [email protected] or (203) 662-2962. For e-commerce and licensing opportunities, contact David Arganbright, Vice President, Commerce and Licensing, at [email protected] or (203) 662-2858.
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