New online and mobile products driving sales in the first half of 2011
Adpay, Inc. today announced new bookings in the first half of 2011 for their consolidated classified suite.
Media companies that have recently chosen Adpay’s complete classifieds solution include The Buffalo News, Newsday, Stephens Media, the Idaho Falls Post-Register, Southern Community Newspapers Inc., and Quincy Newspapers, Inc. Additionally, the Santa Fe New Mexican has replaced its Kaango system with Adpay’s Click-N-Buy Classifieds™, while Dow Jones Local Media has selected Adpay to power search for their seven site newspaper clusters.
Deepening its reach into the broadcast market segment, Adpay also announced the recent signing of Northern Broadcasting Systems to power a regional agriculture marketplace around Montana. Broadcasters utilize the SaaS online only version of Adpay’s Click-N-Buy Classifieds™ to add content, traffic, revenue and local engagement to their websites.
Adpay, Inc. is a leading provider of online solutions to the media industry. Adpay’s patented technologies deliver web and mobile solutions that unify print and online classifieds into a single, dynamic transactional classified marketplace. The Adpay Classified Network is the media industry’s largest and fastest growing classified network. Adpay customers include many of the nation’s largest media groups including, but not limited to: Advance Internet, Dow Jones Local media, E.W. Scripps, Belo Interactive, Cablevision, Gannett, Morris Communications, Media General, Newport Television and Sun-Times Media Group.