NeverblueAds partners with IAC CAP

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NeverblueAds, an affiliate network of Neverblue Media, has partnered with IAC Consumer Applications and Portals. The partnership enables the NeverblueAds network to manage new affiliate applications on behalf of IAC CAP for its MyWebSearch Toolbar, which includes products such as Zwinky, Webfetti, and Popular Screensavers.

"Neverblue is thrilled to have a reputable company like IAC CAP on-board working with our affiliate network and we look forward to helping them promote their products and offer new affiliates our services," said Jordan Visco, Neverblue Media's VP of Affiliate Marketing.

The partnership is expected to prove a boon for both companies. IAC CAP seeks to capitalize on the use of Neverblue's tracking system and services while Neverblue aims to leverage IAC CAP's application popularity in turn increasing its own.

Based in Victoria, British Columbia, Neverblue Media Inc. is a performance-based online marketing company that specializes in matching advertising clients to business leads, registrations and sales. Neverblue Media delivers customers to clients globally. It is a wholly owned, Canadian subsidiary of Vertrue Inc.

IAC CAP, a wholly-owned business of IAC, is a leading Web developer of consumer applications and portals.

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