Other leading brands that have relied on the Moontoast Social Rich Media Ad Platform include Intel (http://vimeo.com/51081471), Nike (http://vimeo.com/47567366), Blackberry, Salesforce.com, IBM, Fandango and Bing, among others.
"We are honored to be recognized as a winner of the Facebook PMD Innovation Competition," said Daniel Hightower, director of business development at Moontoast. "It is a great testament to our team and the capabilities of our Social Rich Media Ad Platform. We have found great success helping brands deliver richer, more engaging content to audiences in the Facebook News Feed, as well as amplify that rich content with paid media to drive meaningful ROI."
Moontoast is an innovative social rich media advertising solutions leader that delivers premium rich media experiences and social advertising ROI. The company's award-winning Social Activation Platform empowers brands and agencies to maximize their social advertising ROI by distributing interactive and transactional rich media ads that provide premium social experiences, deliver measurable business results, and create actionable consumer insights. Moontoast's innovative DITE methodology (Discovery, Interaction, Transaction, Endorsement) inspires its technology; which enables brands to execute social campaigns, with rich media experiences, that drive consumers along the purchase journey and reaches them through intelligent targeting on social and mobile. Gartner Research has named Moontoast a "Cool Vendor" in Music and eCommerce, and Billboard Magazine called Moontoast a "Top Startup of 2011." For more information, visit www.moontoast.com.
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