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  • / Press Release

    MediaTree Now the Largest Product Supplier in the Industry: Everything AND the Kitchen Sink

    PARSIPPANY, NJ -Jan. 8, 2009 MediaTree, (asi/70303 ppai/192068) a leading industry supplier of digital rewards and incentives, announced today that its adding millions of new physical products into its already robust incentive rewards and offerings, making them the largest Product Supplier in the Promotional Products Industry to date. “This impressive new assortment of products allows MediaTree to build a promotion for any distributor, in any...

    Posted 01/09/2009

    PARSIPPANY, NJ -Jan. 8, 2009 MediaTree, (asi/70303 ppai/192068) a leading industry supplier of digital rewards and incentives, announced today that its adding millions of new physical products into its already robust incentive rewards and offerings, making them the largest Product Supplier in the…
  • / Technology

    Webloyalty.com buys affinity marketing technology firm

    The creator of customer savings and rewards programs will offer its e-retailer clients the affinity marketing, behaviorally targeted search and other services of Loyalty Ventures.

    Posted 08/04/2008Katie EvansPost a comment

    The creator of customer savings and rewards programs will offer its e-retailer clients the affinity marketing, behaviorally targeted search and other services of Loyalty Ventures.
  • / Press Release

    Rewards Network Announces Online Shopping Now More Rewarding Than Ever

    Rewards NetworkSM launches New Shopping and Services Program. Chicago (December 13, 2004) – Just in time for the holidays, Rewards Network is introducing its new Shopping and Services Program. Now with the click of the mouse, Rewards Network members can access an Online Marketplace and earn extra rewards when purchasing merchandise at top-quality retailers like Target, Brookstone, Dell and Best Buy. “We are continuously building and expanding our...

    Posted 12/17/2004

    Rewards NetworkSM launches New Shopping and Services Program. Chicago (December 13, 2004) – Just in time for the holidays, Rewards Network is introducing its new Shopping and Services Program. Now with the click of the mouse, Rewards Network members can access an Online Marketplace and earn extra…
  • / Press Release

    Catuity Introduces New Real Time Loyalty Software Suite

    Electronic Loyalty Points, e-Couponing, Gift Card and Punch Card Frequency Programs Services Offered Through One Software System Significantly Reduces System Integration Requirements Company Announces Management Changes DETROIT -- July 22, 2004 -- Catuity, Inc. (NASDAQ: CTTY; ASX: CAT) today announced the first release of a new real-time loyalty software suite that supports most major loyalty schemes and enables coalition marketing programs for...

    Posted 07/22/2004

    Electronic Loyalty Points, e-Couponing, Gift Card and Punch Card Frequency Programs Services Offered Through One Software System Significantly Reduces System Integration Requirements Company Announces Management Changes DETROIT -- July 22, 2004 -- Catuity, Inc. (NASDAQ: CTTY; ASX: CAT) today…
  • Best Buy rolls out a web-based loyalty program

    Best Buy’s customers pay $9.99 a year to become members of the Reward Zone and earn loyalty points with purchases. Members can view account status via the web.

    Posted 07/21/2003Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Best Buy’s customers pay $9.99 a year to become members of the Reward Zone and earn loyalty points with purchases. Members can view account status via the web.
  • Cash Is King

    When it comes to Internet incentives, cash is king, according to a recent study conducted by Digital Idea, an Internet consulting firm. Some 90% of consumers polled prefer cash to miles, points, beenz and other Web currencies as part of an Internet customer rewards program, says the Westport, Conn.-based firm. The survey shows that 85% of consumers would switch to a site that offered cash incentives, and 72% would probably spend more money on a...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    When it comes to Internet incentives, cash is king, according to a recent study conducted by Digital Idea, an Internet consulting firm. Some 90% of consumers polled prefer cash to miles, points, beenz and other Web currencies as part of an Internet customer rewards program, says the Westport, Conn.-…

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