7hops.com, Inc., doing business as ZergNet, is an Internet startup company based in Indianapolis that describes itself as "content recommendation company". Established around 2011, it has been compared to Outbrain, Adblade, Taboola and similar companies, and the fact that the site itself has become popular with some end users invited a comparison to BuzzFeed. ZergNet's declared goal is to distinguish itself from its competitors by focusing on high quality, less spammy offerings.
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Alternative Name(s) of Service Provider (including all names under which the service provider is doing business): ZergNet, ZergNet.com, Looper.com, Grunge.com, NickiSwift.com, Thelist.com, Static.com, Mashed.com
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- "ZergNet - About Us". ZergNet.com.
Pete Schiecke - Pete manages ZergNet’s entertainment properties, which includes Looper, Nicki Swift, Grunge, The List and Mashed.
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