SARASOTA, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Revcontent announces its growth to the largest content recommendation network. According to Quantcast, Revcontent reaches 97% of US households, putting their reach just behind Google and Facebook.
In early 2016, Revcontent set the goal to become the largest content recommendation network within the next 12 months. Through a commitment to consistent innovation, multiple strategic partnerships, and a mission of people-driven content, Revcontent was able to scale and grow to become the largest content recommendation network in the world.
John Lemp, CEO and Founder at Revcontent, said, “Our team set a goal about a year ago to be the largest content recommendation network within the next 12 months. For us to have that officially proven by Quantcast is a humbling achievement and a true testament to our culture and a belief in fast failure.”
Since the start of the year, Revcontent announced their acquisition of Silicon Valley tech company, Rover, on TechCrunch, Forbes, The Huffington Post, MediaPost, and more. Revcontent’s acquisition of Rover brings 3X the granularity of Facebook to Revcontent’s advanced personalization learning. Revcontent also announced partnerships with The Atlantic, Forbes, Reuters, and more and launched the first publisher referral program for content recommendation. Additionally, last year, Revcontent acquired the largest content recommendation network in Europe, cementing a physical UK presence and acquiring key strategic relationships. Just this month, they also announced the opening of a Mumbai, India office.
Revcontent is the world’s fastest growing content recommendation network, powering 250 billion content recommendations per month. Revcontent partners with the largest media brands in the world such as Forbes, Newsweek, The Atlantic, International Business Times, and more. Founded by John Lemp, Revcontent’s headquarters lies in Sarasota, Florida with global offices including Mumbai, India; London; San Diego, San Francisco, New York, and more coming soon. Revcontent reaches 97% of US households, according to Quantcast, and has been featured in Forbes, TechCrunch, Fox News, and more.