SARASOTA, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Revcontent is announcing its most recent achievement of powering 200 billion content recommendations per month. After hitting the milestone of 150 billion content recommendations only 4 months ago, Revcontent is moving on to the next benchmark. 200 billion content recommendations a month all around the globe gives Revcontent the opportunity to deliver engaging content to people all over the world, regardless of language or location.
John Lemp, CEO and Founder at Revcontent, said, "200 billion content recommendations a month gives us the great opportunity for people to come in and build the media brands of the future. It’s an exciting time for growth and innovation for the entire marketplace.”
Richard Iwanik-Marques, Vice President of Marketing at Revcontent, said, “Following our cash acquisition of ContentClick - we now have a brilliant team driving the charge directly out of our new office in the UK. Revcontent UK allows us to be a global resource for our partners, giving them access to UK based account managers available for in person meetings along with more reach, scale, and support than ever. 200 billion monthly content recommendations is a testament to our team’s hard work and dedication to our partners.”
200 billion content recommendations per month starts the new year off strong with increased reach for Revcontent’s partners as well as industry-leading tools to maximize revenue and engagement. With the recent acquisition of the largest European content recommendation network, ContentClick, Revcontent is on a mission to create a global content recommendation powerhouse. As Revcontent launches industry-first technology every month, partners are given even better support and the increased resources to scale their own brands worldwide.
Revcontent is the world’s fastest growing content recommendation network, powering 200 billion content recommendations per month. Revcontent partners with some of the biggest branded media outlets such as Forbes, Newsweek, Reuters, International Business Times.