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PartnerWeekly and SensiClear(TM) Sign Online Marketing Pact
Date:4/14/2008

LAS VEGAS, April 14 /PRNewswire/ -- PartnerWeekly, a SellingSource, LLC company, announced today its entrance into the $6 billion-a-year cosmetics industry with the signing of an exclusive marketing agreement with Mission Scientific Skincare, Inc., makers of SensiClear, a revolutionary acne treatment product line and official acne treatment brand of the Janice Dickinson Modeling Agency. PartnerWeekly is a leading provider in performance-based marketing.

In support of this new partnership agreement, PartnerWeekly will leverage its network of active affiliates and publishers that generate more than 200,000 online transactions a day. In addition to its expertise in managing consumer testing and product optimization, PartnerWeekly will utilize its robust marketing platform that manages performance metrics to heighten conversion rates, profitability and sustainability of the SensiClear online marketing campaign.

PartnerWeekly intends to "aggressively position SensiClear as the preeminent brand in the acne-treatment space," according to Joseph Lilly, PartnerWeekly president.

"We look forward to implementing a successful marketing and promotional one-two punch," said Charles Benard, chief marketing officer of SensiClear. Together, the companies recently launched http://www.sensiclearoffer.com, a consumer-centric direct response Web site. Plans are underway for the introduction of additional SensiClear offerings into the affiliate marketing channel in May.

About PartnerWeekly

PartnerWeekly, LLC, a SellingSource company, is redefining performance marketing. The Company offers a comprehensive performance marketing package that includes online advertising offers, proprietary reporting technology and a number of innovative solutions to promote Web businesses and drive online transactions from a variety of sites, search portals and newsletters. The company's pay-per-action philos
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