Equities.com has launched Cinsay’s newest transactional and syndicatable ad unit on its site featuring several financial institutional ads. The ad network technology is the world’s first social enabled, video ecommerce, rich media ad to be deployed on the web.
With Cinsay's patented platform, advertisers can now utilize website ad space on equities.com and other sites to include the
"As the destination platform for social marketing in the financial and investment industry, Equities.com leverages some of the most innovative technologies and creative concepts to continually enhance the communication tools for our community of self-directed investors, market vendors, and public issuers," said
Video has been shown to increase viewer’s response and conversions by as much as 160% in online studies (
“This technology of transactional and syndicatable media can work for any business selling any service or product. We’ve seen what stand alone Smart Store’s can do for merchants in terms of leveraging social media, video and commerce and how it can dramatically increase conversions. Now we can extend that success into an existing ad platform and seamlessly integrate and convert consumers’ interest in real time,” said
Cinsay plans to roll out more ad units featuring its multi-patented
Forbes named Cinsay one of “America's Most Promising Companies” while eTail Conferences named Cinsay a “Rising Star” in innovation for 2012. Cinsay's eCommerce video-based platform can be used for any individual or business. For more information, please visit http://www.cinsay.com/.
Equities.com is a premier online financial resource platform that combines interactive social networking capabilities for investors and public companies to connect like never before. Our mission is to serve as the premier platform for the investment markets, enabling the world's financial communities to communicate in one social ecosystem.
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