Pointstreak.com Launches "Pay-for-Performance"
Online Advertising Program at Thriving Hockey Stats Website
Vancouver, BC - March 2, 2004 - Pointstreak.com, the leading, real-time hockey statistics and administrative solution company, today announced the availability of pay-per-click advertising at their busy Internet web-site. The hockey-centric nature of over 80,000 amateur players and hockey fans of leading Pro leagues makes the Pointstreak.com web-site an outstanding solution for companies and organizations wanting to reach both players and fans across the US and Canada. Now, hockey and hockey-related online advertisers can easily reach this smart, savvy audience at Pointstreak.com.
"The development of our performance-based advertising program focuses on converting visitors to customers for our advertisers," said Aaron Bishop, President of Pointstreak.com. "This helps marketing executives and business owners quantify the benefits of their Internet advertising spending".
Installation and setup follows an automated process that is completed with ease at Pointstreak.com. Advertisers are offered multiple options to reach US amateur hockey leagues, Canadian amateur hockey leagues or Pro hockey leagues. "We are very interested in reaching amateur hockey players across the US," says Peter Parsons, President of The Sports Exchange in Vancouver, Canada, "we see an great opportunity to achieve that goal through this new advertising program at Pointstreak.com".
More information can be found at Pointstreak/advertising
or by calling Don Anderson, toll-free @ 1-888-427-3428.
Pointstreak.com's product line includes statistical and league administrative solutions for amateur, recreational and professional hockey leagues with game recording solutions that include: touch-screen terminals, laptop-based software and online entry software. To learn more about Pointstreak.com, go to the website at www.pointstreak.com and click on "Learn more about our system" or call toll-free 1-866-734-3585.
Founded in 2000, Pointstreak.com is based in Vancouver, BC, and is privately
owned and operated.