GoHome taps Sina for audience growth
Hong Kong - Pixel Media has sealed a year long sponsorship agreement on behalf of its web partner SINA Hong Kong for leading property site GoHome to offer consumers a one stop portal to the property sector.
Under the partnership, GoHome's property search engine will be available on Sina Hong Kong's property channel, which claims more than three million monthly unique users.
GoHome.com.hk was recently revamped with improved search, streamlined site navigation, enhanced Google Streetview and maps as well deeper engagement with social media platforms.
Kevin Huang, CEO for Pixel Media, said the long term partnership illustrates its strong network in the online ad sector.
Since the exclusive online ad sales partnership with Sina Hong Kong, Pixel Media secured Canon, HTC, Nokia, Pure Fitness, Kellogs and Nestea."We believe that the partnership will provide us with an extensive reach to a new and more engaged audience," Denise Chu, GM for GoHome added.
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