Net Communities partners with Mashable
Net Communities partners with Mashable to further expand its premium publishing portfolio for advertisers
London, 1 September 2012 – Net Communities is pleased to announce that it is once again growing its digital network, thanks to a new partnership with Mashable. Launched in 2005 by Pete Cashmore from his home in Scotland, Mashable quickly grew into one of the most successful tech blogs on the Internet.
“Mashable’s growth has been a global phenomenon and we are very pleased to announce this new agreement which will help make one of the web’s most popular sites readily available to local brand advertisers in the UK and Europe” said Andy Evans, Founder and CEO of Net Communities.
Net Communities is now offering high impact advertising opportunities on Mashable, including sponsorships, custom ad units and varying degrees of audience targeting. Mashable joins an already extensive network of digital publications, such as ITProPortal, Pocket-Lint, PC Mag and Business Insider.
Robyn Johnson, Publisher Manager at Net Communities, added: "We are very excited about the recent exclusive agreement between Mashable and Net Communities. Having worked with Mashable in the past, we trust this is going to be a very lucrative partnership and will offer Mashable greater visibility within the UK and European markets.”
This new partnership with Mashable reaffirms Net Communities’ position as the leading independent tech publisher and advertising network for digital advertising in the UK market.