TellApart, a company that helps businesses make the most of their customer data, announced today that it had completed the acquisition of AdStack, a provider of email marketing software.
If you’re like me, you’ve seen movie previews that look great and you want to watch, but months later, you’ve forgotten all about. Now, Google will remind you when the movie is actually in theaters.
Predictive analytics startup Sociocast has changed course on its main product offering, switching its focus from a developer-targeted prediction API to a simple new app that changes your website based on its audience.
Editor’s Pick Creating and curating context is a key part of the mobile experience. Businesses need to know who their consumers are to achieve that elusive goal of reaching the right person with the right offer at the right time.
Insightera has raised $6.5 million for its business-to-business marketing platform that personalizes content in real-time.
RichRelevance announced today that it has acquired Avail, Europe’s largest provider of online merchandising platforms, for an undisclosed sum.
We’re going back to the future, according to Monetate: going back to a time when all commerce was personal.
A billion product recommendations a day is a significant milestone, and with 73 percent revenue growth and 43 percent customer growth in the past year to go with it, RichRelevance is hiring a new president to help increase growth.
Path has always taken a different … trail. So it’s no surprise that the private social network is laying down new tracks in an attempt to make digital communication more human.
Guest Post Get with the program! Here’s why you’re going to love having a personalized TV experience.
“There are new channels popping up every week, and consumers are spending time with brands in new places … engaging with brands like the Miami Dolphins across eight to 10 channels, which makes them look like eight to 10 people.”
Step into the San Francisco offices of Change.org, the online petitioning site that is arming ordinary people with the tools to start revolutions, and you’ll be swept up by the mission.
Gravity is inescapable, especially if we’re talking about the content personalization startup that goes by the same name.
A team of former Googlers has launched an iPhone app, funded by Google Ventures, for recommending experiences you might want to partake in.
If you’re enjoying your 15 minutes of fame, maybe it’s time to cash in with some merchandising. MashON lets you create your own customizable, branded products and sell them on your web site.
Data-mining startup RapLeaf has created a new $1 million fund for applications interested in using its data services for personalization, the company announced today.
A team of former MySpace executives is launching a new company on-stage at the Web 2.0 Summit today in San Francisco. Chief executive Amit Kapur said he left MySpace, the troubled News Corp. Internet portal, because his new company Gravity presents an even bigger opportunity: Basically, it uses your interests to help you find relevant content.
We haven’t heard much about Hunch, the once-buzzy recommendations site based in New York — and what we’ve heard hasn’t been good. So it was interesting to read CEO Chris Dixon’s response to an anonymous questioner who asked why Hunch was building a general recommendations platform instead of focusing on solving one specific problem.
Hunch, the “decision engine” startup cofounded by Chris Dixon (pictured) and Flickr’s Caterina Fake, today announced it has refined its homepage and service to include users’ personalized recommendations front and center.
Facebook is aggressively courting publishers to get more news media sites to adopt its social tools and log-ins.