When Revcontent acquired Rover in February, Rover had raised about $7 million in venture capital from prominent investors including the creator of Google Adsense, the Former Director of Performance Ads at Twitter, and the Head of Product at Dropbox. Other investors include early execs from Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter, Pandora, and more.
“Within 3 months of working with Revcontent, they were driving over half our revenue from content marketing, bringing in more sales than the other platforms combined.” – SVP of Marketing at Babbel
Following our acquisition of Rover, we were extremely excited to open our Silicon Valley headquarters. When we brought on our new Chief Revenue Officer, Gabe Douek, we launched our San Diego office. Now, we are excited to announce our Mumbai, India office – India is one of the fastest growing media markets, and our team is ready to serve that market through a physical location.
As one of the most celebrated International Women’s Days of all time, we are extremely excited at Revcontent to be taking the day to appreciate women and reflect on the work that needs to be done. Over tens of millions of people around the world are supporting International Women’s Day today and have done so […]
Read our exclusive story on TechCrunch. When Revcontent was founded, it was founded on a vision of a personal Web, a Web powered by users and for users. For us, this meant doubling down from the beginning on what matter to actual people: a great user experience and engaging content. 3 years later, Revcontent is […]
With innovation as a core value of Revcontent, the Revcontent team developed vCPM (viewable cost per thousand), a monumental shift in industry transparency. Today, Revcontent is excited to announce the launch of vCPM bidding. While many networks offer CPM bidding, Revcontent’s vCPM is the first of its kind. Revcontent built vCPM out of a desire […]
2016 was a major year – two events, the Olympics and the presidential election, gave us some great case studies into marketing and storytelling. We pulled a few key insights from these global events and found some common themes that will shape 2017 and the years to come. 1. “Keep It Simple, Stupid” is still […]