Exhibiting at Ad:Tech San Francisco 2008

Madison, SD (MarketWire) April 3, 2008 – CommissionSoup a top performance-based marketing solutions and affiliate marketing group announced today that it will exhibit at Ad:Tech San Francisco 2008.

Ad:Tech San Francisco, the largest digital marketing tradeshow and conference in the world, will introduce brand marketers and merchants to CommissionSoup’s user-friendly network of e-business marketing and Internet marketing solutions. CommissionSoup affiliates enjoy making money the easy way, while merchants’ products or programs are marketed to their full potential.

“Ad:Tech San Francisco is a great chance for attendants to find out more about CommissionSoup and the mutually beneficial relationships that we produce between affiliates, marketers and merchants,” said Darin Namken, president of CommissionSoup. “We are continuously enhancing our lineup of products and we can’t wait to let Ad:Tech visitors see what’s new.”

CommissionSoup is exhibiting at Booth 5764 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. Exhibit hours are from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm Tuesday, April 15 and 10:00 am to 5:00 pm Wednesday, April 16.

For additional information about CommissionSoup or to set up a meeting with a CommissionSoup representative at Ad:Tech San Francisco 2008, visit www.commissionsoup.com.

About Ad:Tech:

Ad:Tech is an interactive advertising and technology conference dedicated to connecting all sides of today’s brand marketing landscape. Issues to be addressed at Ad:Tech San Francisco 2008 include brand strategy and the expanding world of digital marketing.

About CommissionSoup:

CommissionSoup provides e-business marketing solutions through their performance-based affiliate marketing network. CommissionSoup focuses on e-business marketing solutions by providing an online connection for marketers and merchants to create mutually beneficial relationships. With a variety of online programs to market and cutting-edge technology, marketers can find the programs and options to make their marketing efforts a success with CommissionSoup.