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Engage Helps Advertisers Fish for Best Prospects
Engage announces a new service that lets advertisers target individual users.

advertisers  Helps Advertisers Fish for Best Prospects Event Summary Engage (Nasdaq: ENGA) announced a new service called AudienceNet that allows advertisers using its Engage ad network to target ads to users based on anonymous profiles. The company claims a database of 35 million consumer profiles. Market Impact Engage is member of the CMGI (Nasdaq: CMGI) family of companies, and is a cornerstone in its advertising tournament with DoubleClick. Engage claims that AudienceNet is fundamentally different from

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