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myGeek Announces Partnership with AdMedian

myGeek Partners with AdMedian for Cost-Per-View (CPV)
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PHOENIX - September 5, 2005 - myGeek, home of AdOn Network - one of the largest site-specific ad networks online, today announced the addition of AdMedian LLC to its growing network of Cost-Per-View (CPV) advertising sales and distribution partners.

AdMedian LLC, a leading online advertising and publisher network, will utilize the private label version of myGeek's AdOn Direct ( to create and maintain its own CPV advertiser accounts for distribution on its network as well as on myGeek's AdOn Network.

AdOn Direct offers search sites, agencies/marketing firms, ad networks and publishers an effective ASP solution for creating and managing their own advertiser accounts through a robust and easy-to-use account management system. The solution also allows advertisers to utilize myGeek tools such as Traffic Source Selection and ROI Tracking to optimize their campaigns and ensure maximum ROI.

"We are very excited about the addition of AdMedian to our network of top-tier partners," said Chad Little, CEO of myGeek. "AdMedian has quickly grown into a respected and significant player in the online advertising space and we look forward to building a strong and lasting relationship with them. The combined reach and quality of each network will be extremely beneficial, not only to our respective companies, but will also increase the value to our advertisers in reaching their target audience."

"myGeek's AdOn Direct provides us with a turnkey ASP solution to expand our network and offer added value to our advertisers," said AdMedian Manager Brian Lematta. "The addition of CPV advertising allows us to expand services and enhance our one-stop solution for advertisers."

CPV provides the advertiser with a unique and effective method of promoting their web site through a new browser window that is generated when a consumer is searching for a keyword or topic, or viewing a web site that is contextually relevant to a keyword or URL selected by the advertiser. CPV traffic is generated from quality Search Sites and Internet Publishers.

About, Inc., established in 1999 and headquartered in Phoenix, Ariz., is a venture-backed online advertising network featuring advertising solutions for advertisers, search sites, publishers and agencies. myGeek's AdOn Network, featuring both cost-per-view and cost-per-click advertising, is one of the largest site-specific ad networks online with over 3 billion search queries and 55 million unique users per month. myGeek also provides a suite of ASP solutions and products to companies looking to increase their search revenue and take advantage of the continual growth in online advertising and commerce. For more information, visit

About AdMedian
AdMedian LLC provides advanced interactive advertising services to online advertisers and, in the coming weeks, to publishers. AdMedian offers advertising clients a one stop solution to reach customers through geo-locatable pay-per-click keyword, and cost-per impression contextual and run of network banner and graphic advertisements. The company's innovative open market bidding system allows clients to set the market price for inventory, eliminating inflated third-party rates and accommodating campaign budgets of all sizes, while its account management system enables advertisers to create, execute and optimize innovative marketing campaigns in real-time. Publishers will be able to use AdMedian's services to monetize website traffic using sponsored search/XML feeds, customizable search box and clickable banners, and RON graphical advertisements. The flexibility and breadth of AdMedian's offerings makes for satisfied clients-the company has a greater than 90% retention rate. Privately held, AdMedian is headquartered near Minneapolis, Minnesota. For more information about AdMedian, visit us at








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