Cybergold, Inc announced that it closed more than 60 new incentives customers in the third quarter, a new record for the Company. “The total number of incentives customers on the Cybergold web site now exceeds 125,” said Nat Goldhaber, President and CEO of Cybergold. “And, as previously reported, we added more than 900,000 new members during the third quarter, for a total exceeding 3.1 million members as of September 30, 1999.”
New incentives customers during the third quarter include CDNOW, Infonautics, Whole Foods, Motley Fool, MapQuest, Big Star, NetGrocer, YesMail, eWanted, Gator, Healthshop and two divisions of NetMarket: AutoVantage and Travelers Advantage.
“We also extended our relationships with key customers including EarthLink Network, MBNA, E-Trade, Uproar, Cendant and Autobytel,” continued Goldhaber. “We intend to continue to expand our field sales organization to keep pace with the increasing opportunity.”
Cybergold (NASDAQ: CGLD) is a leading provider of Internet-based direct marketing and advertising solutions, including incentive programs that reward consumers with cash for responding to ads and promotions. Cybergold’s nearly 3.5 million members can use the incentive money they earn to buy digital content, services and products. Cybergold consistently ranks among the 100 most visited Web sites, according to PC Data Online. Cybergold’s partnerships include Visa USA, MBNA, AOL, EarthLink, E-TRADE, Quintel and Autobytel. It counts Intel (NASDAQ: INTC) among its corporate investors. Headquartered in Oakland, California, Cybergold also has offices in Dallas, New York, and Washington D.C. For more information, visit [www.cybergold.com].