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Angela Zivkovic To Manage Traffic @ WebMasters

Angela Zivkovic To Manage Traffic @ WebMasters Network Limited

AUCKLAND – 20 October, 2000 – Angela Zivkovic is the new Traffic Manager for WebMasters Network Limited, the only full service website representative house in New Zealand. Angela’s role involves managing and booking online advertising campaigns and representing major niche publisher sites to advertisers and their agencies.

“We are seeing New Zealand businesses recognise the importance of online advertising, the strong growth of niche websites and the transition in media spend from more traditional forms of advertising to online advertising,” says Angela.

“WebMasters Network ensures that the niche sites we represent have a dedicated team working for them, technical support for any ad-serving issues and robust measurement tools to analyse the performance of their ad campaigns.”

According to Online Marketing Manager, David Hiatt, “WebMasters Network is looking to provide the complete advertising solution for the sites that we represent. An extremely important part of this is the responsibility of managing the booking of the campaigns and ensuring that the ad-serving process runs as smoothly as possible for both the sites and the advertisers.”

Angela recently gained a Diploma of New Media from the Media Design School with merit in web design and production. Angela also holds an Avid Editing Certificate from the School of Film and Video Arts in New York, Bachelor of Visual Arts from the Sydney College of the Arts and Bachelor of Arts from the University of Auckland. She has also worked extensively in film and television.

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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. Being the only full service website representative house in New Zealand, it provides world standard software support systems and an experienced sales network for web site publishers. The company sells advertising to both advertisers and advertising agencies direct and also media buying houses.

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