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Internet media post Sk230 million in ad sales

THE MEMBERS of the Association of Internet Media (AIM) earned Sk230 million (€6.2 million) from advertising on web pages they operated last year. The sum includes revenues from the sale of banners, and revenues from other forms of advertising, said the chairman of the AIM board of trustees, Milan Csaplar.

Compared to last year's survey among nine AIM members, the ad revenues were up 48 percent, the SITA news agency wrote.

The AIM was established in May 2005 to promote greater awareness of the Internet and its possible uses for advertising.

The AIM currently has 12 members - Atlas.sk, Azet.sk, Centrum.sk, eTrend.sk, Markiza.sk, Point Network, Pravda.sk, Profesia.sk, Sme online, Sport.sk, Zive.sk and Zoznam.sk.

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