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By Thomas Jung

CHIP and Carpooling Are Knicket’s Premium Advertising Partners This Month

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Dear Companists,

For the next 4 weeks, Carpooling and CHIP (including its CHIP ONLINE apps) will be the premium advertising partners on Knicket. We are pleased that these major brands trust us and have become our partners. This proves to us that specific advertising space for apps is still rare – Knicket will bridge this gap. On Knicket.com, users search for mobile games and apps, so advertisers meet users who want to download and buy.

Both partners are featured in the “Sponsored App” section on the home page and will have banner impressions on Knicket. Advertising and sponsorship are always clearly marked on Knicket and separated from editorial content. Independence is very important to us.

 

About Chip:

CHIP Online (www.chip.de) is Germany's no. 1 website for computers, cell phones, and home entertainment. It is a download and purchase guide that provides independent testing, the latest news, and one of the most important community platforms in Germany.

 

About Carpooling:

With more than 5 million registered users, carpooling.com is the largest carpooling network in Europe.

On Carpooling’s platforms, users may find reliable and affordable rides in the UK, France, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, the Czech Republic, Poland, and Greece.

 

Best regards,

The Knicket team



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