CBS And Pulp To Join Forces?
This just came across the Pulp transom -- an invitation to join CBS 4's local web network. I kind of like the idea, though it would be weird to have CBS 4 news video on the Pulp. Sounds a little unholy. Still might do it.
My name is Bree Zimmerman , and I am the Administrator of Strategic Partnerships for Pulse360.com.
I am writing to invite you to join your site into South Florida ’s local network for CBS. On April 28th, we will be launching this network that through CBS 4 will cover the best in South Florida ’s news, sports, lifestyle, politics, arts and culture.
The main benefits of becoming a member include:
Content – CBS 4 is offering content widgets for you to place on your site in either both video and story formats. The content is fed live from CBS 4 itself, and will complement your original content to provide an even richer experience for your readers.
Revenue – Each widget includes a companion banner advertisement. You will earn revenue on a CPM basis for every impression of the widget on your site. Additionally, you can also place Pulse 360’s Sponsored Links on your pages and generate incremental revenue each time a user clicks on an ad.
Traffic – Members of the CBS 4 network will have direct links on cbs4.com, which will also drive traffic to your site and help improve your search rank.
Here are some live examples of member sites in other CBS local networks:
To learn more information about our program, see additional examples, or to sign up to become a member, please click or paste this address:
We would be happy to see you join our network for South Florida , and look forward to working with you. Please feel free to call me at the number below, or email me at email@example.com if you have any questions or feedback.
Pulse 360/SyndiGO Networks
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