Lenexa, KS (PRWEB) October 25, 2013
AdTelligentsia is excited to announce a strategic partnership with Pubble, a Q&A platform for websites, blogs, and Facebook pages. Pubble is used by several of the largest colleges in Europe to build engaged communities on their websites. In the US, Pubble is live with private education providers like Americas Test Kitchen, INTO Higher, StudyUSA and colleges like Cogswell College in Sunnyvale, California. Shane O'Leary, Co-Founder of Pubble says, "Pubble is a platform that makes it incredibly easy for colleges to build their community right on their web site. With all the buzz around social media, some people forget that their web site is the most important place that they live online. Everything we do in Pubble is designed to help you build your community on your site.”
"Pubble is certainly a very exciting partnership for AdTelligentsia,” said Sean Pittman Founder/CEO of AdTelligentsia. “The discussions we have had with Shane O'Leary and his team leading up to this partnership have been very customer-centric. We realize the demographic is changing very quickly and the more we can keep our clients prospective students on their site the better. This partnership allows Pubble to focus on the continuous development of its product and allows AdTelligentsia to focus on client acquisition and service.”
Shane O'Leary, Co-Founder, on the partnership with AdTelligentsia; "We are delighted to announce our launch in the US market with our exclusive launch partner AdTelligentsia. Working with Sean and his team in preparation for the launch has been a real pleasure. With Pubble's unique product and AdTelligentsia's knowledge and expertise in the US Higher Education market, Pubble is looking to make a big impression in the market very quickly.”
Here is what some of Pubble’s customers have to say about the platform:
“We've tracked 150 additional sign-ups directly to questions being answered through Pubble" - Anthony Lee, Head of Digital, INTO.
“Pubble is a really innovative take on how Q&A should work.”