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3D interactive announces new network partners

14th November 2007

For Immediate Release

3D interactive announces new network partners

3D interactive is pleased to announce new advertising representation agreements, with and

Grownups is a free community site aimed active New Zealanders aged 50+, providing marketers with a targeted environment to focus in on this group, who command some of the highest spending power in the country.

Getfrank is an upmarket online men’s lifestyle magazine aimed at NZ’s influential, intelligent 18-35 year old males.

“We are excited to have these two quality sites in our network, as we look to aggregate premium and engaged audiences, to offer to agencies”, said Toni Knowles of 3D interactive.

About 3D interactive
3D interactive is an interactive advertising sales agency that provides sales representation for a network of Australasia’s premier websites and permissioned databases to advertising agencies and their clients. 3D interactive has offices in Auckland, Sydney and Melbourne.
3Di is 100% owned by publicly listed group –
Q Limited [ASX: QXQ] Target, Capture, Interact
More information is available at

About Grownups
From June to September 2007, GrownUps grew almost 60% in visitor numbers to reach just under 49,000 unique visitors and a total of over 270,000 pages impressions per month. Launched in 2006, GrownUps began as an idea to service the rapidly Internet savvy mature demographic in New Zealand. GrownUps provides a free website that allows both visitors who were new to the Internet, and those already familiar with it, to find useful and interesting information in one place, rather than scour all search engines to find local information specific to them.
More information is available at

About Getfrank
Getfrank is positioned to be New Zealand’s premier online men’s lifestyle magazine. With a strong business and political focus, Getfrank is aimed at those who enjoy being outdoors and active, thrive on the creative industries, welcome robust debate, and aspire to better the world on the way to the finer things in life. Demographics illustrate the strong spending power of the audience, who value personal image and lifestyle.
More information is available at

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