|Trade Key (1998–2000)|
United States (1998)
The company assembled in October 2008 with other technology companies Tacoda, AOL, Buy.at and Quigo under the banner of Platform-A. In May 2015, Verizon acquired AOL and merged the website on Verizon's advertising platform.
When Tim Armstrong joined AOL as CEO, he ended the Platform-A brand and re-branded the advertising portion of AOL's business as "AOL Advertising", which included Advertising.com.
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- "Advertising.com helped make AOL an attractive buy for Verizon (Video) - Baltimore Business Journal". Baltimore Business Journal. Retrieved 2015-10-23.
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