With OneSpot 2.0 (if you will), advertisers can create contextual banner ads simply by taking the web address and dropping it into the ad dashboard. It will extract the content from there, along with images and create a simple ad that can be A/B tested before being shared to the 20 exchanges the service has partnered with, including Google and Microsoft — making up 400,000 impressions accessed per second. (via OneSpot raises $1.5 million to redefine Web banner advertising using rich-media and social - The Next Web)

With OneSpot 2.0 (if you will), advertisers can create contextual banner ads simply by taking the web address and dropping it into the ad dashboard. It will extract the content from there, along with images and create a simple ad that can be A/B tested before being shared to the 20 exchanges the service has partnered with, including Google and Microsoft — making up 400,000 impressions accessed per second. (via OneSpot raises $1.5 million to redefine Web banner advertising using rich-media and social - The Next Web)

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