Location: Boston, MA
Yieldbot has created revolutionary technologies to extract the real-time “intent” of website visitors, serving as the foundation of our unique digital marketing platform – the first and only such platform to rival the performance of search, without the need for third-party cookies. We make use of bleeding edge big data, real-time streaming and analytics technologies to process billions of page view, impression and click events, feeding into our advanced analytics and real-time machine learning components to drive our unrivaled performance.
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Yieldbot is backed by SJF Ventures, RRE Ventures, New Atlantic Ventures, kbs+ Ventures, Betaworks, Common Angels and Neu Venture Capital.
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From Digiday posted September 23rd, 2014 in Company News
I have some bad news for real-time bidding. The Web is getting faster, and RTB is about to be left behind. Now, 120 milliseconds is becoming too long to make the necessary computations prior to page load that many of today’s systems have been built around.
From Ad Exchanger posted September 23rd, 2014 in Company News
Yieldbot, whose technology looks at a user’s clickstream and search data in order to determine likeliness to buy, is extending its business to give publishers a new way to monetize their first-party data.
From AdAge posted September 23rd, 2014 in Company News
Yieldbot, a New York based ad-tech company that lets advertisers buy display ads via search-style keywords, has raised a $18 million series B round of funding
From Digiday posted December 5th, 2013 in Company News
The most amazing thing about the Federal Trade Commission’s workshop about native advertising Wednesday morning is that it happened at all. As Yieldbot CEO Jonathan Mendez noted...
From Marketing Land posted October 3rd, 2013 in Company News
Publishers in women’s programming verticals such as food and recipes, home and garden, style and health and wellness have found a deep, high volume source of referral traffic from Pinterest.
From Ad Age posted October 3rd, 2013 in Company News
Pinterest may have quickly arrived as a major source of traffic to many websites, but those visitors may click on the ads they see there less often than others.