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WebMasters Network Appointment

WebMasters Network Appointment To Manage Leading New Zealand Niche Online Sites

Deborah Davenport has been appointed as Account Manager for New Zealand’s leading online advertising solution provider, WebMasters Network Limited. In this role, Deborah will represent leading online niche sites and work with advertisers and ad agencies to create successfully targeted online campaigns. She will also be responsible for managing client issues including ad serving, monitoring and reporting.

Online sites Deborah represents include:
 FashioNZ – one stop fashion shop
 Sharechat – interactive investment site
 GardeNZ – online gardening resource
 AccessNZ – leading web directory
 Hitwise – real time online intelligence tool
 Quicken – online investment site
 NZjobs – New Zealand’s leading recruitment company
 Kiwiflatmates – living life on camera
 – leading online travel company
 Trade & Exchange – New Zealand’s largest online free ads
publication company

“There are great websites here in New Zealand receiving excellent traffic, however they are lacking the time and expertise to drive advertising revenue,” says Deborah. “The growth in the industry has created a demand for an experienced online provider, like WebMasters Network, to promote niche sites to potential advertisers, leverage advertising sales and serve ad campaigns.”

“With the expertise Deborah brings to the role, we aim to take away the stress niche sites often experience when tackling online advertising for their sites,” says David Hiatt, Online Marketing Manager, WebMasters Network Limited. "Deborah’s appointment complements the relaunch of WebMasters Network as a provider of new integrated offering for niche sites.”
Prior to joining WebMasters Network, Deborah was a Consultant with
IT@Manpower Services, where her role included consulting with Internet start-

Deborah has also been Co-Publisher of Auckland Magazine and Telemarketing Manager (NZ) for Benton - Guy Publishing.

WebMasters Network
WebMasters Network Limited specialise in representing and presenting New Zealand’s premier niche websites and their available space, to advertisers and ad agencies, as well as taking responsibility for all issues regarding ad serving, monitoring and reporting.

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