Adgregate-Markets

  • Adgregate Markets' ShopFans Brings Social Retail Storefronts To Facebook

    Adgregate Markets' ShopFans Brings Social Retail Storefronts To Facebook

    Transactional advertising network provider Adgregate Markets, a finalist at the 2008 TechCrunch50 conference, is extending its e-commerce technology to Facebook today, with the launch of ShopFans, a social shopping applications. ShopFans is an e-commerce application on Facebook that allows retailers to set up a storefront on the social network. Similar to Payvment, the app allows consumers… Read More

  • Adgregate Markets Launches Shopping Cart Platform ShopCloud

    Transactional advertising network provider Adgregate Markets, a finalist at the 2008 TechCrunch50 conference is launching ShopCloud, a platform for building portable shopping carts and other e-commerce applications. ShopCloud’s platform lets developers build a variety of applications around e-commerce, including distributed shopping carts, lead generation forms, polls and surveys, and… Read More

  • Adgregate Markets Snaps Up Widget Maker Gydget

    Transactional advertising network provider Adgregate Markets, a finalist at the most recent TechCrunch50 conference, has announced that it has recently acquired Gydget, a venture-backed startup in the widget business. Gydget, which powers a platform for fan-driven, viral widgets primarily centered around entertainment and consumer brands, will be folded into Adgregate’s ShopAds, a… Read More

  • Adgregate Markets Scores Distribution Deal With Google's DoubleClick

    Adgregate Markets, a TechCrunch 50 startup, has signed a distribution deal with Google’s DoubleClick. Adgregate’s ShopAds allow consumers to browse, interact, and ultimately purchase directly within an ad unit. Normal display ads take users away from a publisher’s site and brings them to a third-party store but Adgregate lets users buy products featured in ads without moving… Read More

  • TechCrunch50 Session 4: Advertising And Commerce

    During the fourth session of TechCrunch 50, three companies came on-stage and discussed ways to improve advertising, while one company told those in attendance how to streamline email and make it easier to manage email overload. The session featured five panelists: Entrepreneur, Marc Andreessen; MySpace CEO Chris DeWolfe; Marc Benioff, chairman and CEO of Salesforce.com; Entrepreneur Yossi… Read More