|By Business Wire||
|July 31, 2014 11:00 AM EDT||
BuyerZone, the leading online B2B lead generation company, announced today it’s upcoming attendance at two trade shows to be held this August in New York City.
BuyerZone will be exhibiting in booth 212 at Affiliate Summit East, August 10-12, 2014 at the New York Marriott Marquis. The company is actively recruiting high quality partners to join its B2B affiliate program. “We’re excited to meet quality affiliates at Affiliate Summit East to share how BuyerZone can truly help website owners monetize their traffic. While there are lots of affiliate offers on the market, we feel the BuyerZone program adds value to both the user and, of course, to our affiliate partners,” said Jonathan Moura, Senior Affiliate Manager at BuyerZone.
Later that same week, also at the Marriott Marquis, BuyerZone will be exhibiting in booth 411 at LeadsCon East, August 14-15, 2014. LeadsCon is the premier lead generation conference and BuyerZone will be in attendance once again to meet with existing and prospective clients. “LeadsCon is the only conference truly dedicated to the world of leads and lead generation and we couldn’t be more excited to showcase BuyerZone in New York next month,” said Anne Kelly, VP of Sales at BuyerZone.
Affiliates can learn more about partnering with BuyerZone at http://www.buyerzone.com/affiliates. To learn more about B2B lead generation programs from BuyerZone, visit http://www.buyerzone.com/leads.
Since 1992, BuyerZone has helped connect millions of businesses with thousands of quality sellers for hundreds of products and services. Buyers save time and money on important purchases by receiving free price quotes and buying advice from sellers who best meet their needs. BuyerZone's B2B lead generation programs provide sellers with cost-effective, easy-to-implement and results-focused solutions that deliver leads from prospective buyers at every stage of the purchasing cycle.
BuyerZone is a Purch brand and is headquartered in Waltham, Massachusetts.
For more information, visit http://www.buyerzone.com.
Purch is a portfolio of digital brands and services that helps make complex buying decisions easy for more than 78 millions shoppers monthly. Its respected sites such as Top Ten Reviews, Tom’s Guide, Tom’s Hardware, BuyerZone, and Live Science natively integrate commerce and content in more than 1000 product categories so consumers and businesses can make better choices before, during, and after an important purchase.
The company helps marketers achieve their branding and performance objectives in a high-quality, brand-safe context. Its sites connect in-market shoppers with more than 7,000 marketers and sellers, driving industry-leading conversion rates and $1 billion in commerce transactions annually.
Purch is a high-growth, privately held company with more than 350 employees and offices across the U.S. and Europe.
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