adMarketplace, an advertising technology company, operates the largest search network outside of Google and Yahoo/Bing. The 8th fastest-growing private company in New York, adMarketplace delivers premium Pay Per Click traffic to the Internet's largest marketers and their agencies. With our proprietary search syndication platform, Advertiser 3D, advertisers can adjust keyword bids by traffic source and device type based on performance data.
History of adMarketplace -
adMarketplace was founded in 2000 by CEO and Chairman, Jamie Hill. In 2003 eBay selected adMarketplace to be their exclusive source of pay-per-click advertisements. By close of 2005, adMarketplace had surpassed 100,000 advertisers served.
In 2006, adMarketplace's exclusive partnership with eBay ended, and Mr. Hill, along with newly named President and COO, Adam Epstein, opened up their platform to all search advertising publishers and advertisers. The focus was to provide quality search advertising performance where it was not previously available - outside major search engines. This strategy proved effective and by 2009 adMarketplace was growing revenue at 60% year over year.
In 2010 adMarketplace launched their Self-Serve Platform, allowing smaller online marketers to reap the benefits of syndicated search. The successful launch boosted year over year revenue growth to 125%. The adMarketplace brand was quickly gaining recognition as publishers and advertisers alike began to seek its services. With insights gained from client reviews, adMarketplace began developing Advertiser 3D.
In June of 2012, Cranes named adMarketplace the 8th fastest growing company in NY. In November of 2012, the company launched Advertiser 3D, the most innovative search advertising technology in the industry, giving online marketers the transparency and control needed to spend strategically while scaling performance.