More NewsAdKnowledge Signs 20 New Customers

AdKnowledge Signs 20 New Customers

AdKnowledge said that 20 marketers andad agencies have recently join the company's list of customers, including PlanetRx.com and Agency.com, which selected AdKnowledge astheir outbound ad management and data analysis service of choice.

AdKnowledge said that 20 marketers and ad agencies have recently join the company’s list of customers, including PlanetRx.com and Agency.com, which selected AdKnowledge as their outbound ad management and data analysis service of choice.

Other new customers include Four Points Digital, IntelliMedia, JWT Digital, MaxMedia, Inc., McCann-Erickson/Seattle, Carmichael Lynch, and Cole & Weber.

AdKnowledge combines its eAnalytics and data mining with outbound campaign management to provide marketers and agencies with insights into what drives brand awareness and purchase behavior across Web sites and networks.

Last month, Engage Technologies announced its intention to acquire AdKnowledge. The agreement is expected to be finalized within two to three months.

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