Denville, NJ (PRWEB) August 30, 2005
GreenAds, the new values-based online ad network, announced today the launch of its beta release. It's the first advertising network to focus on socially- and environmentally-responsible online advertisers and publishers.
GreenAds has secured top, online niche publishers for its beta release, such as Dr. Weil, E/The Environmental Magazine, EcologyFund, and Grist. Its network includes other values-based publishers in five main categories: sustainability & environment, health & wellness, spirituality & personal development, social responsibility & fair trade, and green business (B2B).
"E Magazine is eager to participate in the GreenAds network - what better opportunity to bring like-minded companies together that are focused on sustainable, socially-conscious living," says Karen Soucy, associate publisher of E-The Environmental Magazine. "It's an excellent vehicle to allow better, more-targeted networking, which allows for the best use of our resources," she adds. "The GreenAds Network unites the 'green community' which is a fantastic benefit for us as a non-profit print/online publisher!"
"GreenAds is a great resource for branding your product and aligning it with the best socially conscience sites and publishers on the market," adds Lawson Tree, advertising director at DrWeil.com.
CEO Perry Goldschein says GreenAds will allow values-based organizations Â both nonprofit and for profit Â to communicate with values-based consumers and other organizations more easily. He states: "These organizations and individuals have the collective power to create a sustainable global economy, and itÂs our pleasure to help facilitate this positive trend."
During its initial beta period through September 30, 2005, GreenAds is offering free access for advertisers to its primarily self-serve advertising system, as well as twenty-percent discounts on all ad placements.
GreenAds is the first values-based online ad network. It was created by entrepreneurs with a track record in working successfully with values-based online advertisers and publishers such as Yale University, Working Assets Long Distance, Care2, and Beliefnet among many others. For more information, visit: http://www.GreenAds.com.
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