Business Times — "Retailers see web ads as new revenue source"

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SF Business Times profiles how RichRelevance helps retailers monetize their sites through shopping media

Amazon.com and Walmart.com are increasingly acting like traditional media publishers by selling display advertising on their websites, and estimates put their resulting revenue in the hundreds of millions of dollars a year.

Now other online retailers are following suit in hopes of monetizing the eyeballs their content attracts — regardless of whether they make a product sale.

A couple of San Francisco companies are riding the trend and are at the forefront of what experts say could quickly become a multi-billion dollar market: Connecting advertisers with retailers, designing and selling ads, and then delivering them to consumers....

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RichRelevance is the global leader in omni-channel personalization. More than 160 international companies use RichRelevance to turn data into actionable insight, which delivers the most relevant experience for consumers as they shop across web, store and mobile. RichRelevance drives more than one billion decisions every day, and has delivered over $10 billion in attributable sales to its clients, which include Target, Marks & Spencer and Priceminister. Recently, the company opened its cloud-based platform to allow clients to easily merge disparate data sources and build real-time applications tailored to their specific business needs. RichRelevance is headquartered in San Francisco and serves clients in 35 countries from eight offices around the globe.

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