Ad Management Platform AdStage Lands $6.25 Million In Series A Funding

While more and more marketers are looking for solutions that bring both mobile and desktop campaigns together, it turns out investors are too. AdStage, an all-in-one ad management platform, announced today that they’ve secured $6.25 million in funding from Verizon Ventures, Digital Garage, Newbury Ventures, Freestyle Capital, Chris Noble and Neal Dempsey of Bay Partners. AdStage features […]

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While more and more marketers are looking for solutions that bring both mobile and desktop campaigns together, it turns out investors are too. AdStage, an all-in-one ad management platform, announced today that they’ve secured $6.25 million in funding from Verizon Ventures, Digital Garage, Newbury Ventures, Freestyle Capital, Chris Noble and Neal Dempsey of Bay Partners.

AdStage features integration with AdWords, Bing Ads, Facebook Ads and LinkedIn Ads in one location and offers their AdStage API to give advertisers complete automation. Marketed as a straight forward cross-network campaign management system, AdStage’s price won’t turn away SMBs. The current promotional price0 is $99/month and they currently have 10,000 businesses on the wait list with 1,000 businesses using the service with 100,000 active ad campaigns.

[blockquote cite’=”Sahil Jain, CEO and co-founder of AdStage”]We were inspired by the simplicity and brilliance of the automation rules IFTTT created and wanted to do the same for ad campaign management. It’s a huge step forward toward our vision of easy online advertising. We’re helping advertisers create their own custom algorithms to meet their goals with a simple self-serve interface.[/blockquote]

Previous seed funding for in the amount of $2.53 million came from Freestyle Capital, Digital Garage, Quest VP, Dave McClure of 500Startups and others with the total investment now reaching $8.78 million with this new round.

For more information, see the AdStage blog.



 


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