Ad tech startup AdStage raises $1.1M

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Advertising platform AdStage has nabbed a fresh $1.1 million round of funding, the company announced today.

AdStage allows its medium-sized business clients to run multiple ad campaigns — such as those from Google, Bing, LinkedIn, and Facebook — from a single location. Clients can also tweak those campaigns from AdStage’s platform to get the best results, and view a set of analytics to track progress.

The new seed funding for the round comes from existing investor Digital Garage. The startup said it plans to use the additional capital to hire more engineering talent.

In addition to the new funding, AdStage is also announcing it will open up its platform with a new API and add support for four new apps, including Wordtracker, Unbounce, and Optimizely.

Founded in 2013, the San Francisco-based startup has raised $2.5 million in funding to date.

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