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Best Ad Network of All Time

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    Mirago

    • Available Pricing Models: Cost per click
    Mirago plc, based in Alton, Hampshire, is a European provider of search and media related software. Mirago started its life as a Research and Development project within Software Development house Compsoft plc, assessing indexing technologies. In 2000 Mirago was established in its own right launching its internet search engine and online advertising tools. Mirago’s search division provides search engine results for 11 European countries (UK, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Denmark, Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, Netherlands, and Belgium) as well as regional search, geo-targeted and organic indexing products. Mirago's success was recognised with listing in The Sunday Times Microsoft Tech Track 100 as Britain's 11th fastest-growing private tech company in 2005 and featured again in 2006, one of only a handful of companies to achieve this feat. In the same year, Mirago ceased work on its search engine, which remained online for 18 months without updates before complete withdrawal and the re-location of its pay-per-click advertising to third-party sites that included minor search engines and some newspaper sites.
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    Millennial Media

    Millennial Media (NYSE: MM) is the leading independent mobile advertising platform company. The company’s technology, tools and services help app developers and mobile website publishers maximize their advertising revenue, acquire users for their apps and gain insight about their users, and the company works with advertisers to deliver rich and engaging ad experiences to consumers on their mobile connected devices. The company is based in Baltimore, Maryland with offices in London, Singapore, New York and San Francisco, and a sales presence in Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Detroit, Los Angeles, and Paris, France. Millennial Media’s customers include 23 of the top 25 Ad Age brands, and their developer base includes large mobile publishers, such as CBS Interactive and The New York Times Co. (NYT), and large app developers, such as Zynga Inc. (ZNGA) and Rovio. Millennial Media was founded in May 2006 by Paul Palmieri, President and CEO, and Chris Brandenburg, Executive Vice President and CTO. In the first half of 2010 the company opened their first international office in London, and in November 2011, the company expanded into Southeast Asia with an office in Singapore. Millennial
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    InterCLICK Inc.

    • Supported Ad Types: Video Ads
    • Available Pricing Models: Cost Per Mille
    • Supported ad sizes: Banner (468x60)
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    Right Media

    • Supported Ad Types: Banner ad
    • Available Pricing Models: Cost Per Mille
    • Supported ad sizes: Banner (468x60)
    Right Media, Inc. is an online advertising company that operates the Right Media Exchange (RMX), a marketplace that enables advertisers, publishers, and ad networks to trade digital media. Technology providers develop services for the Exchange via APIs. Right Media was founded by Michael Walrath and brothers, Noah and Jonah Goodhart. Since the Yahoo! acquisition on April 29th, 2007 , Right Media has been integrated with Yahoo!'s offerings to small businesses. Right Media's customers included Yahoo! (also an investor) and Fox Interactive Media. On 30 April 2007, Yahoo! announced the acquisition of Right Media in a total transaction valued at approximately $850 million.
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    AdRoll

    AdRoll offers highly effective banner advertising and retargeting for brands of all sizes. Get your ads on the right screens, your brand name mentioned on influential blogs, and new customers interested in your products. Best of all, you won't need a computer science degree to do it. Get started by going here: http://www.adroll.com/solutions
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    Rubicon Project

    • Supported Ad Types: Banner ad
    • Supported ad sizes: Leaderboard (728x90)
    The Rubicon Project is a group of industry-experienced, aggressive and passionate renegades dedicated to bringing a new level of efficiency to the fragmented Internet advertising space.  $27 Billion was spent advertising online in 2007, yet it’s still too hard for websites to sell their ad space online. While Internet advertising is an explosive market, it is an incredibly inefficient one with advertisers spending money with 300+ disparate advertising networks worldwide. The Rubicon Project’s web-based, self-serve solution gives any size website the most complete access to the total available advertising market and its smart matching technology does all the work to perfectly match each ad impression with the optimal money-making opportunity. The Rubicon Project is the new online advertising standard that makes it effortless for websites to generate the mad cash they've always dreamed of. And, it’s free to join.
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    AdMob

    AdMob

    AdMob is the world's largest mobile advertising marketplace. Founded in 2006, AdMob allows advertisers to reach their customers on the mobile Web and publishers to increase the value of their mobile sites. AdMob offers both advertisers and publishers the ability to target and personalize advertising to their customers in 150 countries.

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    MediaWhiz

    We are an online performance marketing agency that helps clients acquire customers more profitably. We drive results for Lead Generation, Email Marketing, Affiliate Marketing, Display Advertising & Search Marketing.
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    IEntry Inc

    • Supported Ad Types: Banner ad
    • Supported ad sizes: Large Rectangle (336x280)
    iEntry Incorporated is a privately held American email newsletter and Internet media publisher based in Lexington, Kentucky. Founder Rich Ord started the company in 1999 as a resource for small and medium sized businesses seeking information on electronic commerce and technology topics. The ascent of search advertising has influenced both mainstream and online media, and has become a focal point for coverage in iEntry's newsletters and Web sites. In the dot-com boom days, iEntry published email newsletters carrying a variety of content. Many focused on technology, while some ranged into topics like humor. When the dot-com crash took place in March 2000, iEntry retrenched afterward and shifted to a more technology-centric model. The shift proved successful, and unlike many online businesses, iEntry survived the economic downturn. iEntry is now one of the largest B2B email newsletter publishers and owns popular eBusiness websites. iEntry owned sites includes the popular news site WebProNews which covers eBusiness and search engine news. WebProNews has recently (Oct 2006) pioneered video news coverage of search engine conferences. iEntry Web sites receive continual updates
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    ValueAd

    • Supported Ad Types: Banner ad
    • Available Pricing Models: Cost Per Mille
    • Supported ad sizes: Square Button (125x125)
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    Vibrant

    • Supported Ad Types: In-text advertising
    • Available Pricing Models: Cost per click
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    Affiliate Window

    • Available Pricing Models: Cost Per Action
    Affiliate Window is a global affiliate marketing network, ranked no.1 in the UK. Close to two thousand advertisers work with them to secure online sales through their extensive publisher base. They develop market-leading technology to assist the performance of their clients. Their award-winning platform features social-style dashboards and a comprehensive partner directory, allowing users to search and connect with each other in a seamless manner. Affiliate Window is dedicated to the growth and development of the affiliate channel. They recognise the importance of generating incremental value for advertisers, while ensuring publishers have the best possible tools and services to succeed. UK website: http://uk.affiliatewindow.com blog: http://blog.affiliatewindow.com publisher portal: http://hub.affiliatewindow.com US website: http://us.affiliatewindow.com blog: http://usblog.affiliatewindow.com publisher portal: http://ushub.affiliatewindow.com
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    Burst Media

    • Supported Ad Types: Pop-up ad
    • Available Pricing Models: Cost Per Mille
    • Supported ad sizes: Skyscraper (120x600)
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    Joetec

    Joetec

    • Supported Ad Types: Banner ad
    • Available Pricing Models: Cost Per Mille
    • Supported ad sizes: Banner (468x60)
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    Glam Media, Inc.

    Glam Media, Inc.

    Glam Media, Inc. is a privately held vertical media company with more than 1,500 lifestyle websites and blogs. Glam Media is best known for Glam.com, a website targeted at women. The company also operates the male counterpart Brash.com and Tinker.com, a micro-blogging service started in March 2009, offering embedded widgets to follow Twitter events, news stories and topics. In February 2010 Glam Media reached #9 in the Top 100 Web properties with 78 million visitors in the United States on the comScore rank list and 164 million unique visitors worldwide. Recently, Glam Style launched in the #1 position as a media title in the Style category with 6.2M. Glam is also the #1 comScore Community property targeting Women, the #8 publisher in online display media, and a Top 10 Adweek Display Ad Publisher. In March 2010, Glam Media was ranked #1 Most Innovative Media Company by Fast Company (and #37 overall) in the magazine's annual Most Innovative Companies issue. It is controversial amongst industry observers whether Glam should be seen as a Web destination (as it is listed in comScore) or as an ad network. Glam Media was founded in 2003 by former NetObjects CEO Samir Arora together with
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    Canep Media

    • Supported Ad Types: Banner ad
    • Available Pricing Models: Cost Per Mille
    • Supported ad sizes: Wide Skyscraper (160x600)
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    Movoxx

    MoVoxx is a mobile advertising company that places short, interactive ads under opt-in SMS content. MoVoxx provides marketers with access to a mobile audience by partnering with SMS content publishers who send out mass text messages to consumers. MoVoxx uses the ad placement to engage in demographic, contextual and device targeting. The interactive advertisements include SMS Reply, Click to WAP, Click to Video, Click to Buy and Click to Twitter. The company was founded in 2006 and is backed by Greycroft Partners, Khosla Ventures, First Round Capital and BV Capital. The headquarters is located in Santa Monica, CA with bases also in Chicago, IL and New York City, NY. MoVoxx was acquired by Adenyo, an international mobile marketing company, in May 2010. There are 244 million mobile content messages delivered monthly across the MoVoxx mobile network. These messages reach 20 million unique US mobile users across all major wireless carriers including Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile. MoVoxx works with both interactive agencies and directly with brands when approaching mobile advertising campaigns. Automotive Land Rover, Ford Flex, Infiniti Entertainment Warner Brothers, ESPN,
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    Quigo

    Quigo

    Quigo Technologies, Inc. was a privately owned search engine marketing company headquartered in New York City. Founded in Israel in 2000 by Yaron Galai and Oded Itzhak, it developed proprietary search solutions for the online contextual advertising it offered through its two products: AdSonar and FeedPoint. Since 2005 it had steadily been gaining a market share of the $2 billion contextual advertising market controlled by Google AdSense and Yahoo!. With its transparent and client-controlled business process, "its growing success has apparently persuaded Google that it has to change the way it sells the sponsored link ads in the future." Quigo was acquired by AOL in December 2007 for $363M. Quigo now operates under the name of Advertising.com Sponsored Listings.
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    YuMe

    • Supported Ad Types: Video Ads

    YuMe is the first dedicated broadband video advertising network built from the ground up that offers a brand safe advertising experience that can be delivered to any device – PC, TV, mobile and more – whether streamed or downloaded.

    YuMe co–founders Jayant Kadambi and Ayyappan Sankaran realized early on that a strong broadband and IP–based video ad monetization infrastructure did not exist. Whereas today’s video advertising solutions are incremental modifications of existing text and banner networks, Ayyappan and Jayant recognized that video is fundamentally different and in order to properly monetize, transport, traffic and reliably report against video, a new type of advertising network was necessary.

    Web advertising has evolved from text, to display and now to video. YuMe is the only ad network built exclusively for the new web video world, providing advertisers and publishers the unprecedented ability to identify, classify and track content to ensure brand safety, contextual relevance, controlled syndication and consistent delivery across all digital media platforms – web, downloads, mobile and IPTV.

    YuMe Networks is a privately held company backed by Khosla Ventures, Accel Partners, DAG Ventures and BV Capital. YuMe is headquartered in Redwood City, CA.

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    AdForce

    • Available Pricing Models: Cost per click
    AdForce (formerly ADFC on NASDAQ), founded by Chad Steelberg & Ryan Steelberg in 1995 and grown into the world’s largest centralized independent ad serving and management solution, was acquired by CMGI after going public for more than $500 million US dollars in 1999. AdForce won the Smithsonian Award for the Best Technology in IT, for the year 2000. Business Editors. "AdForce Launches Everywhere Advertising Sales Services; Consultative Ad Sales Services to Select Wireless; Interactive Television , Point-of-Sale and Kiosk Clients Worldwide", Business Wire, October 30, 2000.
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    Adsdaq

    The ADSDAQ Exchange is an advertising exchange operated by ContextWeb, Ltd. It is headquartered in New York with additional offices in Boston, Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, San Francisco, Los Angeles and London.
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    Amazon.com

    Amazon.com

    Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) is an American multinational electronic commerce company with headquarters in Seattle, Washington, United States. It is the world's largest online retailer. The company also produces consumer electronics—notably the Amazon Kindle e-book reader and the Kindle Fire tablet computer—and is a major provider of cloud computing services. Amazon has separate retail websites for the following countries: United States, Canada, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Japan, and China, with international shipping to certain other countries for some of its products. It is also expected to launch its websites in Poland, Brazil, Netherlands and Sweden. Jeff Bezos incorporated the company (as Cadabra) in July 1994, and the site went online as amazon.com in 1995. The company was renamed after the Amazon River, one of the largest rivers in the world, which in turn was named after the Amazons, the legendary nation of female warriors in Greek mythology. Amazon.com started as an online bookstore, but soon diversified, selling DVDs, CDs, MP3 downloads, software, video games, electronics, apparel, furniture, food, toys, and jewelry. The company was founded in 1995,
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    BidClix

    • Available Pricing Models: Cost per click
    The BidClix Advertising Marketplace was an online advertising network with over 5,200 registered publishers and 10,400 registered advertisers. BidClix served approximately 1.1 billion ads per month, reaching an estimated 25 million individual consumers in the US and international markets. BidClix was a corporate partner of NetAid, a New York based anti-poverty organization. The company claims to provide free advertising to NetAid. BidClix was the first online advertising network to create a "self serve" system that allowed advertisers to create and manage their advertising campaigns and allowed publishers to manage their online advertising inventory through a web-based interface. Prior to this model other advertising networks which required an employee to manually perform all tasks on behalf of the advertiser or publisher. The "self serve" system is widely copied today, and has become the standard in the online advertising industry. In December 2004 BidClix licensed its ActiveMarket technology to Bell Canada, operator of Sympatico.MSN.ca, the largest web portal in the Canadian market. The BidClix Advertising Marketplace closed down July 31, 2007 after its acquisition by aQuantive
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    Criteo

    Criteo

    Criteo describes itself as a 'personalized retargeting company' that works with Internet retailers to serve personalized online display advertisements to consumers that have previously visited the advertiser's website. The company currently operates in several countries around the world and is headquartered in Palo Alto, CA. On April 7, 2011, Criteo announced that it hired Greg Coleman as president. Previously, Coleman served as president and chief revenue officer of The Huffington Post and executive vice president of global sales for Yahoo!. Criteo enables online businesses to follow up visitors who have left their website without making a purchase using personalized banners which aim to drive potential customers back to the business website. Criteo was founded in Paris, France in 2005 and spent the first four years focused on R&D, and launched its first product in April 2008. In 2010, Criteo relocated its headquarters to Silicon Valley in an effort to enhance its profile in the USA. The move took place four months after launching the 'PPC Retargeting Solution'. At the time of its move, the company had 120 employees, with offices in Italy, The Netherlands, and the U.K. As of
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    Neverblue

    • Available Pricing Models: Cost Per Action
    Neverblue is a global Performance Based CPA (Cost Per Action) Network. Neverblue was started in 2004 by four partners (Todd Dunlop, Jordan Visco, Dave Arnsdorf and Greg Bate). The company was purchased in Feb 2007 by Vertrue Inc. and now acts as a wholly-owned subsidiary based in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. Neverblue has over 500 customers including IAC/InterActiveCorp, LendingTree, eHarmony, Bidz.com, Miva, and Flycell.
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    VideoEgg

    VideoEgg

    SAY Media (formerly VideoEgg) is a privately held internet publisher and advertising network. Their network is composed of over 100 million users across more than 500 sites, blogs, gaming and mobile environments. VideoEgg was founded in early 2005 when Yale University graduates David Lerman, Matt Sanchez and Kevin Sladek were hacking video software. At the time, the three were involved in a social venture that was matching non-profit organizations that needed public service announcements with a nationwide network of filmmakers who would make video with their digital cameras and desktop editing packages. The three soon encountered a lack of simple, foolproof tools for people to get video on to the web from the diverse range of devices, editors, encoders, and players, people owned. They began to create tools to manage web video. As their business matured they began to focus on monetization, and found an opportunity in video advertising in online video and online social networking services. In May, 2008 the company officially discontinued video hosting services to focus entirely on its online advertising network. In June 2008, VideoEgg and one of its partner websites, hi5, were sued
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    NeoEdge Networks

    NeoEdge Networks (now they renamed to BlueNoodle) is a Silicon Valley based technology and in-game advertising company that enables casual game publishers and developers to deliver television-like commercials within their products - frequently in the context of free-to-consumer casual game play. NeoEdge currently powers advertising for a variety of game publishers including Yahoo. NeoEdge has provided services to game publishers in other areas - it pioneered both peer-to-peer game distribution (to reduce costs of distributing games) and in-game advertising (to help increase consumer game play and monetization). NeoEdge is focused on providing an advertising and consumer experience inside online casual games. The company has helped revolutionize the casual game industry by providing a platform for game developers, publishers and portal partners to derive long-term revenue. The online video advertising platform provides advertisers a medium that reaches a key demographic (adults over 18 years of age) with television-like commercials in an engaged environment that casual gamers have accepted in exchange for free game play. NeoEdge was originally founded in 2002 by Steven Woods, Jeromy
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    Casale Media

    • Supported Ad Types: Banner ad
    • Available Pricing Models: Cost Per Mille
    • Supported ad sizes: Skyscraper (120x600)
    Casale Media is a Canadian online media and technology company, headquartered in Toronto, Ontario. They build online advertising technology for web publishers and advertisers. Launching its advertising network offering in 2003, Casale Media is one of a large number of companies managing the advertising inventory for a wide number of websites. In 2011, Casale Media debuted its real-time bidding offering. Launched in 2003, MediaNet is Casale Media's display advertising network, consisting of inventory from a collection of 3,000 publishers. Launched in June 2012, INDEX Platform is Casale Media's sell side platform that powers programmatic selling and private marketplaces for publishers.
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    Revenue Science

    Revenue Science offers the most powerful and flexible targeting platform for digital media worldwide, and has been connecting advertisers with engaged audiences on the Web since 2000. Our leading behavioral targeting platform collects and measures people’s interests and intent through their Web behaviors—the sites they visit, the articles they read, the searches they make, and much more. This non-personally identifiable information is parsed and stored in massive data warehouses. We then segment these people into qualified audiences that can be reached anywhere online.
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    SinoTech Group

    • Available Pricing Models: Cost Per Action
    The SinoTech Group is one of the largest independent full service internet marketing Companies in China. Formed in 2007, SinoTech Group was initially focused on developing digital marketing technology solutions. The technology solutions initially focused on Web analytics and Ad serving. This being an area where few Chinese marketing companies had solutions and even fewer International companies were present. In 2008, SinoTech Group extended the product and services offering to include Search Engine Marketing & Social Media Marketing. Followed by Media buying and Creative Services . A merger in 2009 with Publicitas China saw the SinoTech Group add CRM and content extraction technologies to their portfolio .
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    TradeDoubler

    • Available Pricing Models: Cost Per Action
    Tradedoubler is an Internet marketing company based in Stockholm, Sweden. It was founded in 1999 by Felix Hagnö and Martin Lorentzon and was listed on the Stockholm Stock Exchange in 2005. Tradedoubler has 18 offices in Europe: Sweden, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Austria, Belgium, Switzerland, Denmark, Netherlands, Spain, Finland, Ireland, Italy, Lithuania, Norway, Poland, Portugal and Russia. The Tradedoubler network includes 128,000 website publishers and 1,800 advertisers. On 15 January 2007, Tradedoubler received a buyout offer from AOL for SEK 6,332 million. This offer was later withdrawn by AOL on 15 March 2007 because of reluctance from the shareholders to sell. On 25 July 2007, Tradedoubler acquires of all the issued shares in Interactive Marketing Works Ltd and its subsidiaries ('The IMW Group'). The purchase price amounted to £56 million. The IMW Group consists of two trading entities, 'The Search Works', a well established search engine marketing agency and 'The Technology Works', a technology provider for search engine marketing which is in an investment phase, whose products include 'BidBuddy' - a search management technology. On 20 October 2009, Tradedoubler
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    BrightRoll

    BrightRoll is a privately held online video advertising services provider that executes video ad campaigns on household name media and broadcast properties for brand advertisers and agencies. BrightRoll is the largest video ad network and third largest video property on the Web. The company serves hundreds of millions of video ads per month to more than 65 million unique viewers. The company was founded in 2006 by Tod Sacerdoti, the company’s CEO, Dru Nelson, who serves as CTO, and Auren Hoffman. BrightRoll has conducted three rounds of funding, raising $16 million to date. Investors include True Ventures, Adams Street Partners and Adams Street Capital and Scale Venture Partners. The company offers an array of video advertising unit types, including: BrightRoll also provides optimization and targeting solutions, proprietary ad units, consolidated reporting solutions, and integration solutions with third party ad servers. BrightRoll launched new services in 2008, 2009 and 2010, including a video advertising offering that connects branded video advertisers exclusively with broadcast television content online. The company recently released the BrightRoll Exchange (BRX), a self-service
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    Fastclick

    • Available Pricing Models: Cost Per Mille
    Fastclick was an advertising network which was one of the most visited domains according to Alexa (from the advertisements it serves on other websites). Fastclick paid publishers up to 65% of revenue it generated from ads on their sites. Fastclick's minimum advertising campaign amount was 1,000 USD. It was acquired by ValueClick in August, 2005.
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    ValueClick

    • Supported Ad Types: Pop-under ad
    • Available Pricing Models: Cost Per Mille
    • Supported ad sizes: Medium Rectangle (300x250)
    ValueClick (NASDAQ: VCLK) is a Westlake Village, CA-based online advertising company, which provides online advertising campaigns and programs for advertisers and advertising agency customers in the United States and internationally. ValueClick’s customers include advertisers, advertising agencies, and traffic distribution partners. The company was founded in 1998 and is based in Westlake Village, California. In July 2000, ValueClick's founder, Brian Coryat was named Entrepreneur of the Year for E-Commerce by Ernst and Young. This was the first year that E-Commerce became a category. ValueClick operates in five segments: Media, Affiliate Marketing, Online Publishing, Mobile and Technology. In 2000, ValueClick absorbed a number of smaller companies, including the San Francisco Bay Area-based ClickAgents, onResponse and ZMedia. Other companies that were acquired by ValueClick include Mediaplex, Be Free, Commission Junction, Hi-Speed Media, E-Babylon, and Webclients. In 2004, ValueClick acquired two search properties, Search123 and Simpli, and the price comparison web site PriceRunner. In August 2005, ValueClick agreed to acquire rival ad network Fastclick. In December 2006 they
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    Bidvertiser

    • Available Pricing Models: Cost per click
    BidVertiser is an online advertising network offering site-targeted pay-per-click (PPC) text ads and image ads. The company was launched in 2003 by Bpath and provides site-targeted ads where advertisers can select categories of websites for their advertisement to appear. The system is different from automated keyword-based ads placement that Google AdSense and Overture (now Yahoo! Search Marketing) ran at that time. Keyword-based ads placement allow ads to appear on pages that contain keywords specified by advertisers in the title regardless of what category the main website is about. BidVertiser provides site-targeted placement by asking both advertisers and website publishers to specify categories for their ads and websites. This is to make sure an advertisement only appears in relevant websites instead of any website that has the same keywords as the ads. Since Google and Yahoo! used two different advertising services where one is just for advertisers and another is just for publishers (e.g. AdWords and AdSense), BidVertiser simply combined all services for advertisers and publishers in one system. Anybody can become an advertiser including eBay sellers who want to advertise
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    BlogAds

    Blogads is an online ad network based in Carrboro, North Carolina that provides advertising services to both bloggers and advertisers. Blogads was founded in August 2002 by parent company Pressflex LLC and its CEO Henry Copeland. After its founding in August 2002, Blogads pursued clients within the burgeoning political blog scene in the run-up to the 2004 Presidential Elections and assembled a network of over 500 bloggers, including many influential political bloggers. Despite questions as to whether or not blog advertising, and Blogads' model specifically, could withstand a drop in readership after the elections, blog advertising, and Blogads with it, has flourished, particularly with an influx in money from the 2008 election cycle. During the time period between the presidential election cycles, Blogads used its increased market influence to attract bloggers from outside the political realm to include blogs about video games, sports, food, beauty, and celebrities. Blogads also provides ad services to video bloggers, as YouTube and video podcasting encourage a rise in the movement. Blogads administers a network of bloggers that elect to make advertising space available on their
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    ShareASale

    • Available Pricing Models: Cost Per Action
    ShareASale is an affiliate marketing network based in Chicago, IL USA. ShareASale services two customer sets in affiliate marketing: the affiliate, and the merchant. Affiliates use ShareASale to find products to promote, and earn commission for referrals on those products. Affiliates use their own website, blogs, PPC campaigns, SEO campaigns, RSS and email, as well as a number of other means. Merchants use ShareASale to implement, track, and manage their affiliate program. ShareASale was founded in 2000 by Brian Littleton, and to date has over 2,600 merchant programs hosted on its network platform. Advertisers who are using the ShareASale services include the University of Minnesota, uBid and Bozai Boy of New York. ShareASale is primarily targeting small and mid-size merchants. ShareASale is among the largest U.S. affiliate networks in terms of number of advertisers who are using an affiliate network to manage their affiliate program. ShareASale's affiliate network is an Adware free network - not accepting any affiliate who used Adware or similar software products (desktop software) to place ads. The networks stance against Adware and other unethical business practices in the
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    6.25
    4 votes
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    Pheedo

    Pheedo is a web feed management provider launched in 2003. Pheedo provides custom RSS feeds and management tools to premium publishers including news organizations, bloggers, podcasters and other web-based content publishers. Services provided to publishers include traffic analysis and an advertising system. Pheedo invented the methods used for powering online advertising using RSS feeds as the content source. A sibling/partner company, owned by Pheedo investor Transcosmos, operates in Japan licensing the Pheedo technologies. Pheedo's sales office is based in Oakland, California, USA and its technical staff are located in Portland, Oregon, USA.
    6.25
    4 votes
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    Adify

    Adify

    • Available Pricing Models: Cost Per Mille
    Adify focuses brand-driven advertising networks. Adify's partners are able to extend their brands, increase their reach and grow their revenue by using Adify to aggregate niche, high-quality content sites and create customized, vertical ad networks.
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    Copernic Media

    • Supported Ad Types: Pop-up ad
    • Available Pricing Models: Cost Per Mille
    • Supported ad sizes: Banner (468x60)
    7.00
    3 votes
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    PayPerPost

    PayPerPost

    • Available Pricing Models: Pay Per Post
    PayPerPost (PPP) is a website which helps content creators such as bloggers find advertisers willing to sponsor specific content. The advertisers create opportunities ("opps") that describe the content they are looking for (e.g. feedback, reviews, buzz, creative, video). The bloggers (sometimes referred to as "Posties") then choose opportunities in their area of interest. Once the blogger has written a blog post or posted a video that matches the requirements, PPP then reviews the post against its requirements (e.g. topic, tone, length) and PPP terms of service (e.g. disclosure required, no adult content), and handles payment. In April 2007, PPP introduced a segmentation system whereby advertisers can limit which bloggers qualify for their opportunity. The system uses criteria such as Google Page Rank, Alexa rank, blogger quality rank, RealRank and blog categories. They can also exclude blogs on certain domains. PayPerPost sparked controversy in its first year, with critics saying that sponsored blogging was unethical. It has received sustained criticism from technology blogger Michael Arrington and sustained support from technology blogger Andy Beard. Some supporters said that
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    Zedo

    Zedo (trademark styled as ZEDO) is a privately held company founded in 1999 by Roy de Souza, which provides several online advertising products and services to websites, ad networks and direct publishers. The company works with publishers who sell space on their web pages to online advertisers. Zedo's servers send advertisements to users' browsers. Zedo uses an HTTP cookie to track users' browsing history resulting in targeted pop-up ad and pop-under ads. The cookie is often flagged by spyware and adware removal programs. Zedo began in 1999. The company headquarters is located in the North Beach district of San Francisco, California. Reducing costs, Zedo's development center is in India. In 2001, it expanded by offering the ad-serving technology to large websites. By 2004, the use of filters to limit pop-ups and pop-unders increased. Zedo began using intromercials—advertisements served before the requested content—as an alternate method. Zedo has also experimented with creating its own social networking sites. In 2006, it launched a social networking site where users get shopping advice from friends who own products called Zebo.com. Zedo works with newspapers. Zedo uses HTTP
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    Hydra Network

    Hydra Group is an online advertising network operated by Hydra Group LLC. It specializes in "cost per action" or "cost-per-acquisition" (CPA) pricing models. The network distributes targeted campaigns on behalf of advertisers through its affiliate network of website, paid search, incentive, lead generation, subscriber email, and co-registration publishers. Advertisers are charged on a per-result basis for verified sales, new member signups, qualified leads or other defined transaction. According to the company's website, Hydra Group currently (as of August ’07) drives over 20 million visits to advertisers’ sites and more than 2 million transacting customers each month. Advertisers served include major direct marketers, ecommerce and shopping web sites and Fortune 500 brands. The company offers online publishers in its network the ability to choose and run CPA campaigns, conversion tracking, and payment of advertiser payouts earned. It also offers advertisers a turnkey system for delivering an online advertising message, with costs based on measured results.
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    Adfonic

    Adfonic

    • Supported Ad Types: Text Ads
    • Available Pricing Models: Cost per click
    • Supported ad sizes: 168 x 28 ad
    Adfonic is a mobile advertising buying platform that gives advertisers and agencies broad access to global mobile web and app inventory through a single buying point. Adfonic’s customers can run performance, rich media and video ad campaigns across a wide range of inventory sources to drive direct response, increase consumer engagement and build brand awareness. In October 2012, Adfonic released Madison, it’s mobile Demand-side Platform which offers agencies and brands greater transparency, control and efficiency through Real-time Bidding. Through Adfonic, advertisers and agencies benefit from access to over 100 billion monthly impressions and can reach an estimated monthly audience of 250 million mobile unique users. Their campaigns are also powered by sophisticated technology, deep data and fast algorithms which fine-tune performance and deliver the best results. Adfonic is headquartered in London with further operations in New York, Paris, Madrid, Munich, San Francisco and Singapore.
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    1 votes
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    BlueLithium

    • Available Pricing Models: Cost Per Mille
    BlueLithium is an online advertising network, founded by Gurbaksh Chahal in January 2004. Its service is intended to join behavioral targeting with advanced data analytics to improve campaign optimization over a global advertising network. BlueLithium is headquartered in San Jose, California with offices in London, Paris, Minsk and across the USA. In 2006, BlueLithium was named Top Innovator of the Year by venture organization AlwaysOn. On September 4, 2007, Yahoo! announced the acquisition of BlueLithium for $300 million. BlueLithium is now known as Yahoo! Advertising.
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    Tribal Fusion

    • Supported Ad Types: Pop-under ad
    • Available Pricing Models: Cost Per Mille
    • Supported ad sizes: Wide Skyscraper (160x600)
    Tribal Fusion is an advertising network that partners with web publishers to provide advertisers with placement of ads on various websites. They sell on a site-specific, channel-wide and run-of-network basis and are known for using tracking cookies to spy on people by many Antivirus and antispam companies, including AVG (anti Virus Guard) and WOT (Web of Trust). The company's main headquarters is located in Emeryville, California and they have offices in the United States, India, Australia, Canada, Middle East, United Kingdom, Hong Kong, Singapore and Malaysia. To get approved as a publisher, you need a web site with at least 500,000 visits every month.
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    Yes Advertising

    • Supported Ad Types: Interstitial ad
    • Available Pricing Models: Cost Per Mille
    • Supported ad sizes: Banner (468x60)
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    3 votes
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    4 votes
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    ABCSearch

    • Available Pricing Models: Pay per click
    ABCSearch (a subsidiary of Internext Media Corp.) is an internet based private company that provides online pay-per-click advertising campaigns for advertisers and ad agency clients to generate consumer leads and sales. Revenue is primarily earned from online advertising by delivering contextual and search ad listings based on pre-determined targets and criteria, to third-party ad networks and marketing affiliates. The ABCSearch founders have been in the online ad industry since 1995. ABCSearch is a subsidiary of Internext Media Corp. based in Encino, California. ABCSearch launched in early 2001 and is an alternative to Google with over five billion searches per month and geotargeting. In November 2007 ABCSearch signed a search distribution deal with Yahoo to expand access in Canada, Australia, New Zealand and India. In March 2008 ABCSearch acquired social search engine Aftervote.com. While at ad: tech San Francisco in April, ABCSearch announced a major partnership with AdWatcher, a third party service that helps businesses manage and optimize their online advertising campaigns. In July 2008 ABCSearch relaunched Aftervote as Scour.com, offering cash incentives for users to comment
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    CPX Interactive

    • Supported Ad Types: Pop-up ad
    • Available Pricing Models: Cost per click
    • Supported ad sizes: Skyscraper (120x600)
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    TownNews

    TownNews.com is a company founded by Marc Wilson CEO, Robert P. Dalton, and Virginia R. Wilson as the International Newspaper Network (INN) in 1989 to help newspapers deal with developing technology. The three were owners of the weekly Bigfork (Montana) Eagle. Bob Keenan and Mike Brown joined the company in the early 1990s. With the increasing popularity of the web in the mid-1990s, efforts focused on helping newspapers bring their content to the Internet. Today, TownNews.com helps more than 1,500 newspapers publish interactive editions on the World Wide Web of the Internet using automation technology. TownNews.com is headquartered in Moline, Illinois. Executives added since 2000 include CTO Brad Ward, head programmer Patrick O'lone, systems chief Chris Murley, and national sales VP Greg Booras. Many of its 92 employees work remotely. Lee Enterprises, the fourth-largest newspaper group in the United States is an 83% stakeholder of TownNews.com. The Wilsons and Keenan remain minority partners. Lee Enterprises became the majority partner in 1996. Over the years, TownNews.com has acquired various organizations, most notably ZWire, AdQuest, Anytime News, and DotConnect Media.
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    4 votes
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    Ad.ly

    Ad.ly enables brands to connect and engage with consumers through celebrities that endorse products to their fans and followers on Facebook, Twitter and more. They work with over 5,000 top celebrities in social media, and have executed 20,000+ endorsement campaigns for leading brands like Toyota, Best Buy, Microsoft, NBC, Sony and more. They are pioneering the celebrity endorsement market in digital media, tapping the $50 billion spend on endorsements worldwide as well as the $35 billion spent in digital advertising. Based in Beverly Hills, they have raised over $6 million in venture capital from GRP Partners, Greycroft Partners and prominent angel investors.
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    BannerSpace

    • Supported Ad Types: Pop-under ad
    • Available Pricing Models: Cost Per Mille
    • Supported ad sizes: Square Button (125x125)
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    3 votes
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    AdSense

    • Supported Ad Types: Text Ads
    • Available Pricing Models: Cost per click
    • Supported ad sizes: Small Square (200x200)
    Google AdSense is a program run by Google Inc. that allows publishers in the Google Network of content sites to serve automatic text, image, video, and rich media adverts that are targeted to site content and audience. These adverts are administered, sorted, and maintained by Google, and they can generate revenue on either a per-click or per-impression basis. Google beta-tested a cost-per-action service, but discontinued it in October 2008 in favor of a DoubleClick offering (also owned by Google). In Q1 2011, Google earned US$2.43 billion ($9.71 billion annualized), or 28% of total revenue, through Google AdSense. Google uses its Internet search technology to serve advertisements based on website content, the user's geographical location, and other factors. Those wanting to advertise with Google's targeted advertisement system may enroll through Google AdWords. AdSense has become a popular company in creating and placing banner advertisements on a website, because the advertisements are less intrusive than most banners, and the content of the advertisements is often relevant to the website. Many websites use AdSense to monetize their content; it is the most popular advertising
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    Infolinks

    Infolinks

    • Supported Ad Types: In-text advertising
    • Available Pricing Models: Pay per click
    Infolinks is a leading provider of Pay Per Click In Text Advertising services. Infolinks enables website owners and online content publishers to benefit from premium contextual ads. Infolink's In Text Ads expose online visitors to highly relevant content, don't require any additional space on the websites and are quick and easy to integrate. Established in 2007 and backed by Primera Capital, Infolinks leads the industry with an attractive business model and guarantees the highest revenue sharing basis to all partners. Since the company's incorporation, thousands of websites have been integrating Infolinks In-Text ads. Infolinks In-Text ads complete the contextual web ad experience initiated by AdSense. Infolinks integration takes 1-Minute only as it simply requires the insertion of one line of Infolinks script code into web pages' html. After that, the entire process is intelligently automated without being held to any long-term commitments. Infolinks welcomes all legitimate websites - big and small - to experience the next generation of In-Text advertising. There are no sign up fees, hidden commitments or qualification minimums.
    8.00
    1 votes
    146

    RealTechNetwork

    • Supported Ad Types: Pop-under ad
    • Available Pricing Models: Cost Per Mille
    • Supported ad sizes: Leaderboard (728x90)
    RealTechNetwork Corp. is an Ad Agency / Ad Network which operates an online network serving most formats of Internet advertising; which include in-page, streaming media, mobile advertising, behavioral, geo-graphical and contextual targeting.
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    4 votes
    148

    Third Screen Media

    Third Screen Media is a mobile advertising company based in the United States. It was acquired by AOL on May 14, 2007.
    5.25
    4 votes
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    BannerConnect

    • Supported Ad Types: Banner ad
    • Available Pricing Models: Cost Per Mille
    • Supported ad sizes: Leaderboard (728x90)
    7.00
    2 votes
    151

    InMobi

    InMobi was founded in India in 2007 and has business set up in the Asia Pacific region, Africa, US, Europe, and Japan. InMobi is a performance based mobile ad network, which helps publishers monetize their inventory and helps advertisers reach their audience. InMobi, earlier known as mKhoj, started as an SMS-based search platform with initial funding from Mumbai Angels. In 2007, the company pivoted to a more scalable platform, mobile advertising. After the business model change, mKhoj rebranded itself to InMobi and received two rounds of funding from Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers and Sherpalo Ventures. After venturing into mobile advertisement segment, the company initially banked upon mobile web publishers to generate revenue through Mobile Value Added Services via Mobile Phone Networks billing. InMobi had received $215.6 Million via Angel, Series A, Series B, and Series C funding. In September 2011, it received a $200 million funding from Softbank which would come in two Tranches - one of $100 millon in September 2011 and the other $100 million in April 2012. On 31 July , 2012. InMobi announced the acquisition of UK-based firm Metaflow Solutions. In the global Mobile
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    SNAP

    Snap.com provides new ways for Web site owners and bloggers to enhance the content and for marketers to reach new audiences, as well as help millions of people worldwide enjoy a better Web surfing experience. Its core product –Snap Shots – is used over 15 million times per day and has been translated into 43 languages by fans around the world.
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    Advertising.com

    • Supported Ad Types: Video Ads
    • Available Pricing Models: Cost Per Action
    • Supported ad sizes: Medium Rectangle (300x250)
    Advertising.com is an online advertising company based in the United States. Established in 1998 as Trade Key with the name TeknoSurf.com, by Scott and John Ferber, it was renamed Advertising.com in January 2000. It was acquired by AOL on June 24, 2004 for $435 million. The company came together, as of October 2008, with other technology companies Tacoda, AOL, Buy.at and Quigo under the banner of Platform-A. When Tim Armstrong joined AOL as CEO, he killed the Platform-A brand and re-branded the advertising portion of AOL's business as "AOL Advertising". Advertising.com fits under this umbrella. The Advertising.com business is still largely based out of Baltimore, located in the Tide Point Complex at 1020 Hull St.
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    MIVA

    • Supported Ad Types: In-text advertising
    • Available Pricing Models: Cost per click
    MIVA, Inc. is an independent online advertising network. MIVA Media is a PPC network formed from the merger of FindWhat.com in the US and Espotting.com in Europe. MIVA has three advertising products: MIVA runs PPC Networks in US, UK, France, Germany, Spain and Italy. In Europe, MIVA displays advertisers' brand logos as part of their PPC ads. MIVA was the first advertising network to market Pay-per-call ads. Like Pay-Per-Click, advertisers bid for position in an auction and only pay when an Internet user calls their business. In 2006, MIVA launched Pay-Per-Text Ads which provided advertisers a way to connect with consumers via SMS in conjunction with Britain's directory assistance, 118 118. MIVA offers private label solutions to publishing partners looking to offer a performance advertising solution under their own brand. MIVA's private label partners include Verizon Superpages.com and Eniro, a directory company in Scandinavia.
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    AdBrite

    AdBrite

    • Available Pricing Models: Cost per click
    AdBrite, Inc. is an online advertising network, based in San Francisco, California, which was founded by Philip J. Kaplan and Gidon Wise in 2002. Originally founded as Marketbanker.com, the site was relaunched as AdBrite in 2004 and now serves advertisements on hundreds of thousands of sites, according to their published statistics. AdBrite is backed by Sequoia Capital, Mitsui, and DAG Ventures. On February 12, 2008 the company launched Spott.com, a link exchange program that enabled sites to promote each other for free, but that later closed.
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    Clicksor

    • Available Pricing Models: Cost per click
    Clicksor is an online contextual advertising network based in North York, Ontario. The network is launched by its mother company Yesup Ecommerce Solutions Inc., which was founded in 1999. Clicksor was ranked within the top 100 on Alexa in October 2008 and May 2009. By centralizing advertisers and publishers on one network, Clicksor selects advertisements most relevant to publishers’ content and places the ads accordingly. This is commonly known as contextual advertising. Clicksor first scans a publisher’s page to find keywords that describe the content. Next, they will match these with advertiser-provided keywords so only advertisements related to the page content will be displayed. Clicksor offers a total of 9 various targeting methods, and pays their advertisers on a CPC/PPC, CPV/PPV, CPM and/or CPI basis. By doing so, Clicksor successfully gauges over 1 billion impressions globally per month. Advertisements submitted to Clicksor’s network are first reviewed by a Verification Team for compliance with the Terms of Service. Advertisements will be rejected if they fail to meet these standards or contain illegal content. The YesUp Chameleon The YesUp Chameleon is found throughout its
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    Commission Junction

    • Available Pricing Models: Cost Per Action
    Commission Junction is an online advertising company owned by ValueClick operating in the affiliate marketing industry, which operates worldwide. The corporate headquarters is in Santa Barbara, California, and there are offices in Chicago, New York, San Francisco, and Westborough in the USA,. and in the UK, Germany, France, Sweden and Spain. Former Commission Junction competitor beFree, Inc. (spelled as one word with lower-case "b") was acquired by ValueClick in 2002, before Commission Junction. beFree was gradually phased out in favor of Commission Junction.
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    Microsoft adCenter

    Microsoft adCenter

    Bing Ads (formerly Microsoft adCenter and MSN adCenter) is a service that provides pay per click advertising on both the Bing and Yahoo! search engines. Microsoft was the last of the "big three" search engines (which also includes Google and Yahoo!) to develop its own system for delivering pay per click (PPC) ads. Until the beginning of 2006, all of the ads displayed on the MSN Search engine were supplied by Overture (and later Yahoo!). MSN collected a portion of the ad revenue in return for displaying Yahoo!'s ads on its search engine. As search marketing grew, Microsoft began developing its own system, MSN adCenter, for selling PPC advertisements directly to advertisers. As the system was phased in, MSN Search (now Bing) showed Yahoo! and adCenter advertising in its search results. Microsoft effort to create AdCenter was led by Tarek Najm, then general manager of the MSN division of Microsoft. In June 2006, the contract between Yahoo! and Microsoft had expired and Microsoft was displaying only ads from adCenter until 2010. In November 2006 Microsoft acquired DeepMetrix, a company situated in Gatineau, Canada, that created web-analytics software. Microsoft has built new product
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    Text Link Ads

    • Supported Ad Types: Text Ads
    Text Link Ads is an Internet marketing company which acts as an intermediary for websites to sell text links to companies, a form of search engine marketing.
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    24/7 RealMedia

    • Available Pricing Models: Cost Per Mille
    24/7 RealMedia is a company that provides marketing strategies and implementation in digital media advertising, search marketing (SEO, PPC, PI), ad serving and web analytics. Headquartered in New York, 24/7 RealMedia operates across 12 countries (Canada, France, Germany, Italy, South Korea, Japan, Sweden (Scandinavian market), Spain, Switzerland, United Kingdom and United States. 24/7 RealMedia is part of the WPP Group, one of the largest communications services group on the market. In 1995 Real Media is founded and introduces Open AdStream® technology. 24/7 Media was formed from Petry Interactive, Interactive Imaginations and Katz Millennium Marketing. In 1997 it created Registration Cookie targeting for nytimes.com and Boolean based Cookie targeting. Also, begins IP based Geographic Targeting in Open AdStream. 24/7 Media is founded. In 1998 24/7 Real Media, then 24/7 Media, goes public as TFSM on the NASDAQ, and in 1999 it offers ad serving into applications. In the New Millennium 24/7 Real Media started implementing ad serving into games and first implements two screen integrated ad delivery into DTV and Web for NTL and Telewest in the UK. Also, 24/7 Real Media obtains a patent
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    AdToll

    • Supported Ad Types: Peel away ad
    • Supported ad sizes: Wide Skyscraper (160x600)
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    1 votes
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    Chitika

    Chitika, Inc. (pronounced CHIH-tih-ka) is a search-targeted advertising network and research firm. Based in Westborough, Massachusetts, the company was co-founded in 2003 by Chief Executive Officer Venkat Kolluri and Chief Technology Officer Alden DoRosario, both former Terra Lycos data mining engineers. The name Chitika means "in a snap" in the South Indian language of Telugu. Chitika offers search-targeted advertising solutions. The ad units can be used on websites alongside with Google AdSense or as an AdSense alternative. In 2010 Yahoo! closed their AdSense competitor Yahoo Publisher Network Online (YPNO) and subsequently recommended publishers migrate to Chitika as a replacement. In 2009 Chitika began a partnership with the b5media Network. Chitika | Premium displays ads to visitors that reach a page directly from a major search engine. They detect the search query used by the visitor and then return ads that best match that search query. Returning well-targeted, highly relevant ads should result in a higher Click-through rate. This is how the ads monetize the "second click". All Chitika | Premium ads are Pay per click (PPC) and are promoted by Chitika as their best performing
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    Consorte Media

    Consorte Media

    Consorte is the leading provider of online marketing solutions targeting the Hispanic market. Through its media network of premium content sites, its extended advertising network of third-party sites and its targeted lead generation services, Consorte provides companies with multiple ways to connect with Hispanic consumers online. Consorte applies its Spanish-language media expertise and deep knowledge of the Hispanic consumer market to generate high-quality results for its customers.
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    Osprey Media

    Osprey Media was a Canadian newspaper regional chain that published 20 daily newspapers, 34 non-daily newspapers, and a number of shopping guides and magazines in the Canadian province of Ontario. Formerly an independent income trust, it was taken over by Quebecor's Sun Media division in 2007. In September 2006, the last annual release of Canadian circulation figures before the company's takeover by Quebecor, Osprey Media's dailies had average daily paid and unpaid circulation / distribution of approximately 340,000 copies, while its non-daily newspapers had average weekly paid and unpaid circulation / distribution of approximately 466,000 copies. Osprey Media Group was created in 2001, when Michael Sifton, heir to the family that had once owned the Regina Leader-Post and the Saskatoon Star-Phoenix, purchased many of the Ontario newspapers that had been put on the market by Conrad Black's Hollinger newspaper group. As a newly incorporated media group, Osprey Media's purchase marked the first time in many years that a major newspaper sale significantly increased the diversity of newspaper ownership in Canada. In April 2004, Osprey Media Group, motivated by tax breaks, became a
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    Federated Media Publishing

    Federated Media Publishing

    • Available Pricing Models: Cost Per Mille
    FM´s mission is to support independent website authors and audiences, by connecting them to marketers in an ongoing and robust conversation that feeds everyone involved.
    5.33
    3 votes
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    Kanoodle

    Kanoodle is an online advertising network, focused on providing sponsored links on search sites. The privately held company originated in 1999 as a pay-per-click search engine and was one of the first providers of sponsored links.Kanoodle has been criticized for its poor quality traffic. Kanoodle is a subsidiary of Seevast - an operating company of marketing services companies. Kanoodle has offices in Buffalo, NY and New York City.
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    2 votes
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    Phorm

    Phorm

    • Available Pricing Models: Cost Per Mille
    Phorm, formerly known as 121Media, is a digital technology company known for its contextual advertising software. Phorm is incorporated in Delaware but announced plans to incorporate in Singapore in 2012. Founded in 2002, the company originally distributed programs that were considered spyware, from which they made millions of dollars in revenue. It has since stopped distributing those programs after complaints from groups in the United States and Canada, and announced it was talking with several United Kingdom Internet service providers (ISPs) to deliver targeted advertising based on the websites that users visit. Phorm currently partners with ISPs Oi, Telefonica in Brazil, Romtelcom in Romania and TTNet in Turkey. In June 2012, Phorm announced that it would raise £20m for a 20% stake in its Chinese subsidiary.. The company's proposed advertising system, called Webwise, is a behavioral targeting service (similar to NebuAd) that uses deep packet inspection to examine traffic. Phorm says the data collected will be anonymous and will not be used to identify users, and that their service would even include protection against phishing (fraudulent collection of users' personal
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    2 votes
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    Ad pepper media

    • Supported Ad Types: Banner ad
    • Available Pricing Models: Cost Per Mille
    • Supported ad sizes: Banner (468x60)
    ad pepper media International N.V. is one of the leading, independent international online advertising marketers. The company offers individual and efficient solutions for media agencies, advertisers and websites in display, performance, email and affiliate marketing, covering practically the whole range of online advertising. The products iLead (lead acquisition), iSense (semantic advertising) and SiteScreen Network (brand protection) are unique in their market sectors. Webgains is the fastest-growing affiliate network in Europe. Companies within the ad pepper media group offer trailblazing solutions in their fields, including: Emediate (ad serving), ad.agents (search engine marketing) and Globase (email marketing technology). With 15 branches in nine European countries and the USA, ad pepper media is currently providing campaigns for thousands of national and international advertising clients in more than 50 countries. Through its complete range of efficient marketing solutions, its own innovative system technologies and a high degree of international placement power, the company continues to be one step ahead of the competition. ad pepper media is a company quoted on the stock
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    TargetFirst

    TargetFirst was an ad network (adsense clone). Within a few months however, the company began to falter and stopped paying publishers. The company went bankrupt and ceased to exist in 2005.
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    Clickbooth

    • Available Pricing Models: Cost Per Mille
    Clickbooth is an Internet marketing company based in Sarasota, Florida. Clickbooth is a publisher affiliate network which sells online advertising in both Cost per action and Pay per click formats. Clickbooth and its parent company IntegraClick are both located on 12-acre campus in the heart of Sarasota's new growth corridor. IntegraClick and Clickbooth have received numerous awards including being named #5 on Inc. Magazine's 2009 listing of the fastest growing private US companies. Website Magazine recognized Clickbooth as the #1 Affiliate Network in the World for 2009, Enterprise Florida awarded IntegraClick the Florida Governor's award for the entrepreneurial company of the year, and IntegraClick has been rated as one of the Best Places to Work in Florida. Clickbooth is part of a 12+ acre multi-building business campus (85,000 square feet). The building was completed in early 2010 and an open house was held on August 19, 2010 to allow a public viewing for members of the local community. Within its walls house a full-service bistro, two arcades, fitness center, stand-up tanning bed and a full body massage chair with music sync capabilities and cocoon therapy. The facility has
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    JumpTap, Inc.

    JumpTap, Inc.

    Jumptap, Inc., is a mobile ad network headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Jumptap received financial support of US$22 million from Valhalla Partners in 2006 as Round C financing. Jumptap has strategic alliances with Autodesk, Openwave, and WPP. In 2007, Jumptap received the following notices of recognition and excellence: In 2008, Jumptap received the following awards and recognition:
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    Kontera

    Kontera

    • Supported Ad Types: In-text advertising
    Kontera is a leading provider of In-Text Advertising Solutions, based on patent-pending contextual analysis technology that increases revenue and ROI for both web publishers and advertisers. The company´s flagship product, an In-Text ad unit called ContentLink, is a contextually relevant keyword that is discovered in real time on a web page from within Kontera´s vast network of publishers and is automatically turned into a link to the most relevant ad from among Kontera´s thousands of advertisers. Kontera is backed by Sequoia Capital and Lehman Brothers, with offices in San Francisco and Israel.
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    Specific Media

    Specific Media

    • Available Pricing Models: Cost Per Action
    Specific Media provides advertisers, marketers and agencies with leading-edge targeting technologies that enable them to reach specific target audiences on the Web. The company offers a suite of services that enable advertisers to reach specific audiences online. It develops, targets and places online advertising campaigns that reach advertisers' desired audience segments, while driving advertising revenue for web publishers. The result is a win-win business model that benefits advertisers as well as web publishers. Specific Media delivers these services through its premium and performance ad networks.
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    VoloMedia

    VoloMedia

    Founded in 2005, VoloMedia is the leading provider of advertising and audience measurement services for downloadable media, including video and audio. The company is located in Mountain View, CA and is funded by Mayfield Fund, Sutter Hill Ventures and Worldview Technology Partners. The patented Virtual Media Bridge™, utilized by some of the largest media companies as an invaluable component of their monetization strategy, is the foundation and technology for the advertising, measurement, and reporting systems.
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    BlogHer

    BlogHer refers to a group blog and online community, and to an annual blogging conference for women. Three of the 2005 conference organizers, Elisa Camahort Page, Jory des Jardins, and Lisa Stone, began a company, Blogher LLC, which in 2006 also began a blog ad network. In 2007, BlogHers Act, a political blogging network by and for women, was started by the company. BlogHer began as a conference in 2005 in San José, California. It began with an idea and a blog, and once announced, quickly grew to a 300-person conference on women and blogging. The BlogHer team in 2005 included Elisa Camahort, Elise Bauer, Jenn Satterwhite, Jory Des Jardins, Lisa Stone, Lisa Williams, Maria Niles, Mir Verburg, and Toby Bloomberg. The second BlogHer conference was held in San José and was much larger than the first, with at least 750 attendees. Keynote speakers included Arianna Huffington, Catarina Fake, Caroline Little, Chris Nolan, Mena Trott, Grace Davis, Meg Hourihan, and Marnie Webb. In 2007, the community events expanded to a business blogging conference in March in New York City, and a third BlogHer conference in Chicago. BlogHer Business keynote speakers included Elisa Camahort, Jeannette
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    Tatto Media

    Tatto Media is an affiliate marketing advertising network based in Boston. It partners with web publishers and uses performance analysis to enable online advertisers to target their intended audiences. Tatto Media sold to Ozura World Ltd. for $60 Million USD on April 11, 2011. Tatto Media has several solutions behind its name. The company has an Advertising Platform, a Display Platform, a Performance Platform and a Virtual Currency Platform. The Self Serve Advertising Platform enables advertisers to create campaigns and place tracking codes signifying new customers. From there, Tatto Media analyzes the campaign and optimization algorithms to distribute across the right distribution channels. The Display Platform is for display publishers looking to place advertisements. The platform can show advertisement formatted for social applications, site banners or the full page. The Performance Platform links affiliates with exclusive advertisements. The company works directly with many advertisers in order to eliminate the middle person. Tatto Media provides a worldwide reach, with top countries including United States, Australia, Canada, Germany, Mexico, New Zealand, Portugal, South
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    Undertone Networks

    Undertone is digital advertising company founded in 2002 as a subsidiary of Intercept Interactive, a digital media buying company. In 2010 and 2011, the company introduced proprietary high impact display ad units called "PageGrabber" and "PageSkin". Undertone's clients include AccuWeather and Britannica. Undertone has been described as one of the last independent ad serving platforms in 2009 but has since bought up several competing companies. Undertone offers online advertising display and video advertising services that allows businesses to target ads to specific locations, demographics and keywords. Additionally, Undertone offers service guarantees, promising to refund money if clients demonstrate that their ads are displayed outside the agreed-upon portfolio of website. Among other benefits, Undertone gives employees three to four weeks of vacation, pays 100% of premiums for health, life and disability insurance and gives everyone in the firm stock options. Employees also get a $2,500 bonus for referring staff members. Undertone was recognized by Crain's New York in 2008 , 2009, 2010 , and 2011 as one of the Best Places to Work in New York City. In 2012, Advertising Age named
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    Yahoo! Publisher Network

    • Supported Ad Types: Text Ads
    • Available Pricing Models: Cost per click
    • Supported ad sizes: Rectangle (180x150)
    The Yahoo! Publisher Network (abbreviated YPN) was an advertising network launched on August 2, 2005 by Yahoo! and effectively closed on April 30, 2010. The service only accepted US-Based publishers. YPN provided cost per click contextual advertising as well as various tools and services to assist publishers in building and improving their websites. In May 2006, YPN caused some controversy by shutting down accounts used for MySpace layout sites. The reason given was the quality of traffic was very poor. Also in May 2006, the Yahoo! Publisher Network's blog posted an updated version of their requirements from publishers. YPN explicitly stated visitors must recognize advertisements as advertisements, and images/media could not be placed to induce accidental clicks. Users of the service received an e-mail on March 31, 2010 that the service would stop serving ads on April 30, 2010. Users who wished to continue displaying advertisements were referred to the Chitika ad network. Chitika is a search-targeted advertising network and serves over 2 billion ads per month.
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    WhenU

    WhenU

    WhenU Save/SaveNow (commonly referred to simply as WhenU or SaveNow), developed by the company WhenU, is a piece of advertising software generally considered to be adware or spyware. The program delivers advertisements, compares shopping results and other offers to users' computers, and tracks their browsing habits. WhenU is typically installed with other applications, ostensibly to support the free existence of those applications. WhenU cannot be installed without a user reading a disclosure screen and clicking "I accept" or "Next" to give consent, sometimes unknowingly. This model is similar to previous software known as Gator from the company now known as Claria Corporation. Although WhenU's advertising software declares that it poses no risk of harm to users' computers, it is considered by many to be unsafe because it serves pop-up advertisements and slows down the computer. Lavasoft's AdAware and Computer Associates' PestPatrol briefly de-listed WhenU as an adware target in February 2005. Why these two programs stopped detecting WhenU while continuing to target other similar adware programs has led to some speculation of their reasoning. WhenU was added back to Lavasoft's
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    AzoogleAds

    • Available Pricing Models: Cost Per Action
    Azoogle, or AzoogleAds or Azoogle.com, founded in 2000 by Alex Zhardanovsky and Joe Speiser, is an online marketing solutions provider and advertising network for advertisers, publishers and online affiliates. AzoogleAds generates traffic to advertisers' websites through its affiliate network, its proprietary search technologies and optimization, and its in-house CPM/CPA/CPC Media Buying. AzoogleAds is headquartered in New York, NY. They also have offices in Toronto, San Francisco and London. AzoogleAds is a member of the IAB, Mobile Marketing Association (MMA), American Marketing Association (AMA), CMO Council, Shop.Org, the DMA and the Congressional Internet Caucus Advisory Committee. In April 2008, the AzoogleAds corporate name was replaced by Epic Advertising, but the AzoogleAds name was retained as the performance ad network business under the Epic Advertising umbrella.
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    Google Affiliate Network

    • Available Pricing Models: Cost Per Action
    The Google Affiliate Network is the affiliate marketing company, specifically affiliate network, formerly known as Doubleclick Performics, which was bought by Google in 2007.
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    Pulse 360

    • Available Pricing Models: Cost Per Action
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    AdBlade

    Adblade is an online advertising network founded by Ash Nashed. Adblade serves many of the ads seen on premium sites like MSNBC, Fox News, USA Today and many others. Adblade is now the 5th largest advertising network, reaching 146 million users according to Compete.com. Adblade serves standard IAB Units and a unique ads format called News Bullets which can be seen on over 1000 premium branded local and national websites called the Adblade Premium Publisher Network. By focusing exclusively on premium publishers and using unique ad formats and placements, Adblade claims to provide both a refuge for click fraud weary advertisers and the partner of choice for many premium publishers. Adblade was originally formed as Congoo, a consortium of premium content publishers whose goal was to provide access to more sources of subscription content from one centralized portal. The business began serving advertising to partner sites in 2007 and has since grown to serve ads on over 1100 websites. The idea behind Adblade’s premium only network was to create an advertising network comprised exclusively of premium branded national and local publishers. Adblade is unique in that it does not provide an
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    Adknowledge

    • Available Pricing Models: Cost per click
    Adknowledge is the single destination for advertisers looking for quality clicks beyond Google® and Yahoo®. Adknowledge operates an online marketplace that allows advertisers to bid for traffic in websites, email and smaller search engines. To date, more than 50,000 advertisers have used the Adknowledge ad marketplace. Additionally, publishers can show Adknowledge ads by utilizing AdStation™ on their website, email list, or search engine.
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    Advaliant

    • Available Pricing Models: Cost per click
    Advaliant, Inc. is an online performance marketing solutions provider and affiliate network with offices in the United States and Canada. Advaliant was founded in April 2004 and is a division of MediaTrust. The advertising solutions are based on the compensation methods: CPA (cost per action), CPL (cost per lead) lead generation and CPC (cost per click). Advaliant was founded in April 2004. The Advaliant performance marketing network platform and its proprietary ValTrack tracking system was launched in September 2004. In April 2007 the company changed its name to MediaTrust and made Advaliant its performance marketing affiliate network. In November 2007 the company formed the MediaTrust Services Group division and launched the groups SSMO search and social media, mobile marketing and data management. Advaliant advertising and affiliate partners include PlayPhone, Xerox, Hewlett-Packard, Circuit City, diets, TheStreet.com, Datran Media, NetQuote, Axiom Digital, Internet Broadcast Systems and MySpace.
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    AdWords

    Google AdWords is Google's main advertising product and main source of revenue. Google's total advertising revenues were USD$28 billion in 2010. AdWords offers pay-per-click, i.e, cost-per-click (CPC) advertising, cost-per-thousand-impressions or cost-per-mille (CPM) advertising, and site-targeted advertising for text, banner, and rich-media ads. The AdWords program includes local, national, and international distribution. Google's text advertisements are short, consisting of one headline consisting of 25 characters and two additional text lines consisting of 35 characters each. Image ads can be one of several different Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB) standard sizes. Sales and Support for Google's AdWords division in the United States is based in Mountain View, California, with major secondary offices in Ann Arbor, Michigan, the company's third-largest US facility behind its Mountain View, California, headquarters and New York City office. Engineering for Google AdWords is based in Mountain View, California. In 2003 Google introduced site-targeted advertising. Using the AdWords control panel, advertisers can enter keywords, domain names, topics, and demographic targeting
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    ClickDiario Network

    ClickDiario Network is an Ad Network that operates in Latin America. It was officially founded in Guatemala City, Guatemala in 2003 by Julio González Arrivillaga and Matias de Tezanos. In September 2005, ClickDiario was acquired by Livedoor Co. Ltd. and in June 2007 sold to Fox International Channels and merged with Directa Network into DIRECTA CLICK.FOX.
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    LinkShare

    • Available Pricing Models: Cost Per Action
    Rakuten LinkShare Corporation provides ecommerce businesses with a range of online marketing services including Affiliate Marketing, Lead Generation, and Search Marketing (SEM). Rakuten LinkShare boasts that it has created the largest network of affiliate partners of any program provider—over 10 million partnerships—in addition to becoming the first affiliate network provider to achieve sustained profitability. Rakuten LinkShare also lays claim to being a pioneer in online affiliate marketing. The Rakuten LinkShare network is touted by the company as the largest pay for performance affiliate marketing network on the Internet. Rakuten LinkShare clients are Fortune 500 and prominent companies doing business online, and include J.C. Penney, 1-800-Flowers.com, American Express, Avon Products and many others. Rakuten LinkShare was recently announced as the #1 Affiliate Network by mthink Revenue Perfomance Magazine. Over 5,000 people participated in this important survey including Advertisers, Publishers and Agencies. The Rakuten LinkShare Corporation (Rakuten LinkShare) was founded in 1996 by Stephen Messer and Heidi Messer and is headquartered in New York City, with offices in San
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    Tacoda

    Tacoda was an advertising network company and is based in the United States. It was acquired by AOL on July 23, 2007.
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    TargetPoint

    • Available Pricing Models: Cost per click
    Targetpoint is an Israeli company that provides targeted advertisements on webpages, allowing webmasters (especially of BitTorrent websites) to make money based on which/how many ads are clicked on, known as the pay-per-click model. In April and July 2006, TorrentFreak reported that the company was the executive owner (servers and domain) of the adult-themed BitTorrent trackers Empornium and PureTNA, and that its web servers are located in the Netherlands. Further Targetpoint redesigned Empornium, charging fees and angering many users, some of whom went on to form the breakoff community Cheggit. Slyck.com reported in July 2006 that the company denied owning any of the above mentioned websites, and that a former associate of Targetpoint brokered the sale of Empornium to new owners who want to remain anonymous.
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    Wunderloop

    Founded in 1999 by online advertising and technology pioneers, Ulrich Hegge and Frank Conrad, wunderloop is headquartered in Luxembourg, with offices in London, Hamburg, Madrid and Amsterdam. The company’s unique real-time technology allows publishers, ISPs, advertisers and site owners to deliver real-time integrated behavioral targeting, editorial targeting and e-commerce targeting across all forms of digital media including websites, e- mail, mobile services and Internet TV (IPTV).
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