San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) December 13, 2004 -
Vibrant Media, a leader in contextual keyword advertising today announced that in addition to their recent award as the 2nd Fastest Growing Technology Company in the UK, they have also been awarded the runner up in the Best Management Award on Monday November 30th, in London. Both of these achievements are received from the highly respected Sunday Times Microsoft Tech Track 100, sponsored by Pricewaterhousecoopers.
At the forefront of this operation you will find, Co-Founders Doug Stevenson, and Craig Gooding. Vibrant Media runs offices in London, San Francisco, New York and soon Hong Kong. The four-year old company has been growing at a rapid rate of an impressive 405% average annualized revenue growth. They are managing the delivery of over 1 billion IntelliTXT words per month.
In addition to the Sunday Times awards, the Red Herring recognized Vibrant Media as finalist for the Top 100 Most Innovative Companies in November, 2004, in California.
About Vibrant Media
Founded by former AOL Europe colleagues, Vibrant Media develops and markets contextual advertising solutions including IntelliTXT, a pay-for-performance ad unit that allows users to view relevant advertising on their own terms. Vibrant Media is a pioneer in contextual keyword advertising, a new online advertising model that combines the power and relevance of contextual advertising with the market growth of pay-for-performance advertising. Vibrant Media's IntelliTXT product is enabling more than 250 of the world's leading web publishers and ad networks to better monetize editorial content with a non-intrusive approach that has won praise from publishers and online readers alike. Partnering with leading search and advertising technology vendors, Vibrant Media offers advertisers around the globe a new way to deliver tightly targeted messages to website readers.
IntelliTXT creates sponsored text links from keywords within editorial-based content. This user-initiated contextual advertising message provides readers with relevant product information, offers web publishers controlled access to the rapidly growing pay-for-performance market and acts as a vehicle for advertisers to deliver their messages in a highly relevant contextual environment
Founded in 2000, and with offices in San Francisco, New York and the U.K., Vibrant Media has pending patents for IntelliTXT. For more information, visit http://www.vibrantmedia.com.
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