Big Day for Scott Brown, Big Day for the Drudge Report

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The Drudge Report's highly engaged loyal audience comes out in full force during a political campaign

This is an excellent example of the power of online fundraising and the impact that the Drudge Report's audience has in supporting candidates

Intermarkets, Inc. announced that the Drudge Report's daily page views jumped 40% during the Massachusetts Senate race on January 19, 2010. Republican Scott Brown captured the Senate seat, beating out Democratic nominee Martha Coakley in the special election that played out online and on social networking sites. The campaign attracted the nation's attention because of its impact on current legislation on Capitol Hill.

Brown took his campaign to the Internet including buying ads on the Drudge Report and on other sites in the Intermarkets Portfolio. Brown surpassed his fundraising goal by tapping into a large audience of independent voters on the Drudge Report and across the Web.

Intermarkets, Inc. is the exclusive advertising sales manager for the Drudge Report. "This is an excellent example of the power of online fundraising and the impact that the Drudge Report's audience has in supporting candidates," said Intermarkets Chief Executive Officer Kevin P. Lucido. "The Intermarkets Portfolio sites reach large numbers of independent voters, who are likely to be the deciding factor in future elections."

About Intermarkets
Intermarkets, Inc. is the nation's leading independent advertising sales management firm for Web site publishers. Serving more than 3 billion ads every month and reaching more than 2.5 million people every day, Intermarkets provides publishers and advertisers with a wide range of services, including advertising sales, media buying, custom content, software, ad serving, and more. The privately-held company is based in Vienna, Virginia.

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