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Permission Based Email Marketing Services In NZ

FLONETWORK INC. AND BLINK LTD. PARTNER TO OFFER PERMISSION BASED EMAIL MARKETING SERVICES IN NEW ZEALAND AND AUSTRALIA

ATTENTION: Business/Technology Editors:

GREENWICH, and PARNELL, AUCKLAND, April 10 /CNW-AsiaNet/ - FloNetwork Inc.(http://www.flonetwork.com), a leader in eMarketing automation solutions that enable marketers to build long-term customer relationships that drive revenue and profitability, and Blink Ltd., a part of the Fivepiecedog.com group, today announced a partnership to deliver permission based email in the New Zealand and Australian markets.

Blink is a permission based email marketing agency, who in partnership with FloNetwork Inc., provides full service email marketing campaigns.

Blink's services include email creative, testing, transmission and campaign management. Blink is part of the Fivepiecedog.com group, which is an integrated Web and land based marketing agency based in Parnell, Auckland, New Zealand.

"Blink is very excited with our new email marketing partnership with FloNetwork," said Johanna Boerema, General Manager of Blink Ltd. "This proactive new marketing tool, email marketing, will greatly enhance our clients ability to market on the Internet."

"We are thrilled that Blink Ltd. selected FloNetwork Inc.'s deployment engine for their customers in Australia and New Zealand," said Joe Nardi, Vice President International Development, FloNetwork Inc. "Email marketing is exploding as a profitable tool for customer retention worldwide. Through this partnership, customers in Asia Pacific will be squarely at the forefront of permission based email marketing with the latest technologies and best creative services."

About FloNetwork Inc.
FloNetwork Inc. (http://www.flonetwork.com), formerly Media Synergy, is an eMarketing Application Service Provider (ASP) specializing in permission- based Internet direct marketing and communications services. FloNetwork Inc. is a leader in eMarketing automation solutions that enable marketers to build long-term relationships that drive revenue and profitability.

We provide a suite of hosted applications and services to handle all aspects of permission-based email messaging campaigns, building and managing email address lists, testing and deploying email messaging campaigns and real- time tracking, reporting and analysis of results.

FloNetwork Inc. was recently named one of the fastest 500 growing technology companies by Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu. Our clients and partners rely on FloNetwork's technology and personnel to execute their email campaigns. They include: barnesandnoble.com, buy.com, CNET, CMP, Experian, Hallmark, Ingram Micro, J. Crew, Meredith Corporation, Omaha Steaks, and Virgin Records.

FloNetwork Inc. is a member of TRUSTe, CAUCE (Coalition Against Unsolicited Commercial Email), RECA (Responsible Electronic Communication Alliance) and the DMA (Direct Marketing Association), and has offices in the New York, Chicago, Toronto and San Francisco areas. To request a product demonstration, go to www.flonetwork.com/demo.cfm or call 1-800-793-6320, extension 2.

About Blink Ltd.
Blink Ltd (http://www.blink.co.nz) is a specialist permission email marketing agency, providing complete email marketing solutions for its clients.

Based in Auckland and a member of the fivepiecedog.com group, Blink is making email software available to businesses wishing to communicate intelligently using email.

Under the direction of Johanna Boerema and Greg Howell, Blink is growing quickly to establish an important position in this proactive new marketing discipline.

Blink Ltd is a member of the New Zealand Direct Marketing Association and the NZDMA E-Marketing Council.

To find out how Blink Ltd can provide your company with a permission email marketing solution, please call ++64-9-377 8245 or mail to: yes@blink.co.nz

ENDS

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