Although it’s quiet on the specific details, PageOnce says it is developing an internet “assistant” that will both help consumers manage their online lives, and marketers connect with those same consumers.
The company plans to unify information from the diverse internet accounts that most regular internet users have, but hasn’t disclosed what level of access it plans to give marketers to data.
The $1.5 million funding is the first for PageOnce, provided by local Silicon Valley entrepreneurs Liron Petrushka and Bobby Lent. PageOnce is based in Palo Alto, Calif.
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