The most exciting feature of the product is its interactive, comprehensive reports that reveal the eco-system of thousands of display advertising sites.
New York, NY (PRWEB) November 10, 2011
GeoSurf Plus, the toolbar that enables online media pros to both “surf locally . . . without being local” and “uncover display advertising . . . with a click,” announced today that its popular toolbar is now available for Mozilla Firefox 8.
Furthermore, its proxy network access has been further enhanced by the addition of a gateway in Puerto Rico. Using GeoSurf Plus for Firefox 8, online media personnel (media buyers, sales teams, QA, and business development) can surf as if they are located in Puerto Rico and over 80 other locations.
“Our gateways are fast, secure, and transparent,” says Orey Gilliam, CEO. “The online advertising industry relies on our servers for validating and monitoring ads and campaigns, as well as researching and profiling new business opportunities and affiliate & competitor activities.”
GeoSurf Plus, however, is much more than a proxy toolbar. The most exciting feature of the product is its interactive, comprehensive reports that reveal the eco-system of thousands of display advertising sites. In an instant, a report is generated which reveals the advertisers running ads on a particular site in a particular geo-location. The report shows the various campaigns running on the site, with their landing page URL and creative banner designs. It also unveils the mediators (agencies, networks, etc) involved in the deployment of each campaign. It provides a listing of other sites that are of potential interest. The report is interactive, comprehensive, and offers a full view if the display advertising activities on thousands of sites.
The proxy capabilities of GeoSurf have always been a valued benefit for online media professionals. The new eco-system reports, however, are proving to be the vital benefit that propels ROI and saves time and money for those in the industry. Now, with its rapid compatibility to the newly released Firefox 8, GeoSurf is definitely, as defined by Tech Crunch, “a must-have for every media buyer’s tool belt.”