“The use of rich media makes Internet advertising more compelling and more interactive. Our customers are deploying rich media-enabled ads to maximize the effectiveness of their advertising and increase recall and click through rates. AdForce is extending our rich media support based on increased customer demand for this service,” said Michael Tanne, vice president of business development at AdForce.
Financial arrangements with the new partners were not disclosed.
“AdForce has taken a leadership role in making rich media advertising available to a wider audience. We’re excited to have a strategic relationship with AdForce that will enable campaigns to deliver an interactive experience through ActiveAds and track the effect (for) the client, using ActiveTrack,” said Owen Davis, CEO of Thinking Media.
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