This article was proposed for deletion by Ihcoyc (talk·contribs) on 2011-03-22 with the comment: Non-notable online advertising business. References are to "top 25" lists, press releases, blogs, and the like; references do not establish lasting historical, technical, or cultural significance of the sort needed to justify a stand-alone encyclopedia article. Article gives every indication of being the work of a professional publicist who has made a superficial study of Wikipedia standards and tried to make it look as credible as possible, but doesn't really meet the standard.
It was contested by 220.127.116.11 (talk·contribs) on 2011-03-29 with the comment: Refs include TechCrunch and CNBC and Alexa has it in among the top 50K (see List of advertising networks); needs AFD if this isn't sufficient
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