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Demonstrating Its Reach, NetLine Hits Lead Milestone

Top lead generation provider NetLine generates over 17 Million leads for its customers.

LOS GATOS, Calif., Jan. 8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- NetLine Corporation, the #1 B2B Multi-Channel advertising network, surpassed a significant milestone by generating its 17 millionth lead. Fueled by innovations in technology and an unwavering customer dedication, NetLine continues to provide impactful marketing services.   

"This accomplishment speaks volumes to the years of innovation at NetLine," said Robert Alvin, NetLine's CEO and Chairman. "We are always improving our products to stay ahead in the industry so we can provide a significant positive impact on our customers' return-on-investment (ROI)."  

NetLine's multi-channel network is one of the largest and most diverse in the industry, currently reaching over 75 million business professionals each month. This enables NetLine's clients to increase their marketing reach and effectiveness by immediately accessing their target customers through comprehensive channels including over 15,000 sites, expert blogs, mobile devices, social media, email and more.  

"In May we released a suite of new tools focused on diversifying publisher revenue streams while simultaneously richening the overall user experience of their sites," said David Fortino, VP Audience Development, NetLine Corporation. "It's clear that these decisions have not gone without being recognized and it's great to see our publishers rewarding us with accelerated lead flow."

A recent analysis of the NetLine network shows that 86% of monthly visitors are new and therefore generating more "net-new" names for its clients. Some of these clients have been running marketing programs with NetLine for over 10 years. This can be attributed to NetLine's dedicated focus on product enhancement and customer driven attitude. 

About NetLine Corporation:

NetLine is the #1 online B2B multi-channel advertising network providing targeted branding and high quality lead generation.

As proven experts in B2B online demand generation, NetLine enables clients to increase their sales opportunities and accelerate the sales pipeline. Utilizing innovative targeting technology, they provide unmatched reach to a network of over 15,000 website properties and 75M monthly unique visitors. NetLine helps companies reach their future customers by distribution of content through their network via publisher sites, expert blogs, mobile, social media and email. NetLine's services have attracted clients such as Google, Hewlett Packard, HubSpot, IBM, Microsoft, Oracle, VeriSign, SAP, SuccessFactors and Symantec.

Founded in 1994, NetLine Corporation is privately held and headquartered in Los Gatos, California with operations across the globe. For more information, visit http://www.netline.com.

Contact: Tony Sala, 408-340-2222, [email protected]

SOURCE NetLine Corporation

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