E-Commerce Times Enters Deal with Internet Wire

The E-Commerce Times has entered into a news content and revenue-sharing agreement with Internet Wire, Inc. Under the agreement, the E-Commerce Times will provide co-branded pages containing daily e-commerce news headlines, to be linked from Internet Wire’s main homepage and from Internet Wire’s new Financial Center pages.

The E-Commerce Times and Internet Wire will share advertising revenue derived from the co-branded area. The E-Commerce Times will also link to Internet Wire from its “Select Sites” section.

“We’re pleased to continue to see a strong demand for our e-commerce news content. This agreement represents another milestone in our trend of rapid expansion through content deals and headline news syndication,” said Richard Kern, associate publisher of the E-Commerce Times. “Internet Wire offers a well established business and technology audience.”

“The content the E-Commerce Times provides on the co-branded page is a natural fit for Internet Wire. Our readership is highly interested in the tech sector, and our relationship with the E-Commerce Times is a good way for us to continue to broaden the scope of content we provide our audiences,” said Michael Shuler, general manager of Internet Wire, Inc.

E-Commerce Times news headlines are currently available under syndication to more than 6,000 affiliates worldwide, and on major portal sites like Yahoo!, Excite, AOL and Prodigy.

Based in Los Angeles, the E-Commerce Times is a free online publication offering breaking news and analysis, special reports, success stories, and expert advice for selling online. The E-Commerce Times is published and produced by Triad Commerce Group, LLC.

Founded in 1994, Internet Wire, Inc. is the largest media email and Web press release distribution base in the technology industry. The company distributes corporate press announcements, media alerts and other time-critical information to media outlets around the world.

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