SARASOTA, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Forbes, leading Internet media company, and Revcontent, the world’s fastest growing content recommendation network with over 200 billion content recommendations a month, recently entered an exclusive, strategic partnership to maximize Forbes’ desktop revenue while enhancing the user experience. Forbes and Revcontent’s exclusive partnership on desktop traffic will provide Forbes’ users with a high level of ad quality that engages and enhances the user experience.
Revcontent and Forbes partnered with the goal to create an engaging, customized user experience for users. With Revcontent’s exclusive network, Forbes will be able to provide uncompromising commentary, concise analysis, relevant tools, and real-time reporting to users around the world. Additionally, Forbes will engage Revcontent’s Brand Protection tools, including custom domain blocking and blacklisting, ensuring users are seeing the content they love most.
John Lemp, CEO and Founder of Revcontent, said, “The Forbes brand is one of the respected names in publishing, and with Revcontent’s brand protection tools, Forbes is in complete control of their brand and user experience. Our technology also gives them the tools to create the highest quality user experience, and we hope to empower future publishers in the same way."
With tens of millions of users a month, Forbes is known as the “Home Page For The World's Business Leaders" and provides original reporting on business, technology, investing and lifestyle as well as stock and mutual fund quotes and comprehensive company profiles.
Revcontent is the world’s fastest growing content recommendation network, powering over 200 billion content recommendations a month. Revcontent partners with some of the biggest branded media outlets such as Forbes, Newsweek, Reuters, and International Business Times.