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More than 90% of’s total revenue comes from the US. The company has seven offices worldwide, including global headquarters in Dubai, and US headquarters in New York City.[2]

History[edit] was founded by the executive of India`s Directi group of companies. tied up with the Yahoo! Bing Network to enable publishers to increase advertising revenue.[4] has since been touted as an effective alternative to Google Adsense. In terms of market cap,the company ranks 5th in the world & in terms of revenue generated stands out on the 2nd position after Google Adsense. was originally started by Divyank Turakhia, a serial entrepreneur from India. He started the company back in 2010 with only 20 employees. Within just 6 years, it has grown to 800+ employees with 6 offices in USA, UAE, Switzerland, India and became a leading player in the display ad industry.

Several leading publishers and MNCs including Forbes, WebMD, NY Times, USA Today, Good HouseKeeping, Martha Stewart, Cosmopolitian etc. use ads on their websites.


  1. ^ "comScore Ranks the Top 50 U.S. Digital Media Properties for February 2016". comScore. Retrieved 2016-06-25.
  2. ^ a b c Munford, Monty. "Chinese Consortium Acquires Media.Net For $900 Million in 3rd Largest Ever AdTech Deal". Forbes. Retrieved 2016-08-22.
  3. ^ Mannes, John. " acquired for $900M in mega ad-tech deal". TechCrunch. Retrieved 2016-08-22.
  4. ^ "Yahoo! Bing Network Contextual Ads powered by". Retrieved 2016-06-25.