Seven Ten Split Signs Three New Clients

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Seven Ten Split, a San Francisco interactive marketing agency, has teamed up with three new clients: Ask Jeeves, eWork Exchange and Demandline.com. The three companies chose Seven Ten Split because of what they said was its savvy and unique technic-centered approach to interactive marketing.


"Seven Ten Split demonstrates a clear understanding of our business," said Chris Churchill, online marketing manager at Ask Jeeves. "They recognize the importance of doing work that is not only wildly innovative, but is able to build a strong brand and drive leads."


Seven Ten Split is a full-service interactive marketing agency that was founded in January 2000, focusing on media strategy, planning, analysis, creative concept development, production and execution for all modes of interactive communication.
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