Advertising Companies

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140 Proof

2009, San Francisco

The most precise way to advertise in mobile apps


AdStage

2012, San Francisco

Closed-loop reporting and automation platform for paid media campaigns


AppNexus

2007, New York

Roughly 90% of addressable comScore 200 digital publishers and all Ad Age 100 brands regularly sell and buy advertising in the AppNexus Marketplace


Appodeal

2014, San Francisco

Publishers First Ad Monetization


Ask Media Group

1996, Oakland

We build digital experiences that educate and inform the millions of people who visit our sites.


Chartboost

2011, San Francisco

The Leading Mobile Gaming Audience Platform


Criteo

2005, New York

The advertising platform for the open Internet.


Google

1998, Mountain View

Google LLC is an American multinational technology company that specializes in Internet-related services and products, which include online advertising technologies, search engine, cloud computing, software, and hardware. It is considered one of the Big Four technology companies, alongside Amazon, Apple and Facebook


Kiip

2010, San Francisco

Kiip is an in-app mobile advertising platform that uses moments to create meaningful customer interactions and generate highly targeted, custom audiences.


Oath

2017, San Francisco

Reach more than a billion people (a Verizon company)


Pinterest

2009, San Francisco

Discover recipes, home ideas, style inspiration and other ideas to try.



SpotX

2007, New York

SpotX is the trusted platform for premium publishers and broadcasters. Learn how our technology powers programmatic video across all screens.


The Trade Desk

2009, New York

The Trade Desk is changing the way advertising is bought and sold through its industry-leading technology platform. Marketers can create personalized experiences across various channels and devices


Thunder

2007, San Francisco

Personalize, optimize, and connect ad experiences cross-channel (display, video, social, etc.)


Twitter

2006, San Francisco

Twitter is a global social networking platform that allows its users to send and read 280-character messages known as “tweets”.


Zedo

1999, San Francisco

ZINC offers agencies and advertisers premium high impact formats that generate engagement and provide a place for great creative


AdRoll

2006, San Francisco

AdRoll is the Growth Platform that makes your display, social, and email advertising work together to drive more revenue, with less effort from you.


Sizmek

1999, Redwood City

Sizmek, the largest independent buy-side advertising platform that creates impressions that inspire.


Exponential

2001, Emeryville

Exponential Interactive is a global provider of advertising intelligence and digital media solutions to brand advertisers.