Say what you will about Conduit and the value its technologies bring to Web users, but the company certainly has a knack for acquiring big-name publishers.
The Web and mobile app company focuses on helping publishers create, exchange and distribute apps, like toolbars, everywhere "from browsers and websites to all major mobile devices." Since acquiring Web application solutions provider Wibiya back in May, the company has seen a slew of interested brands looking to leverage their combined technologies.
New clients using Conduit’s products or Web toolbars from its recent Wibiya acquisition include eHow, ResumeBucket, SpeedDate, Give Back America, Slingo, Profile Song, WhiteSmoke, Garnier, Bakespace, Free Ride Games, Army Wife Network and BrotherSoft.
“The summer was incredibly busy for Conduit and the fall has shaped up to be even more eventful as additional publishers recognize the power of our solutions,” says Conduit president Adam Boyden. “Publishers understand the value of the relationship with their users and are turning to Conduit to help them reach and further engage their communities. While Wibiya allows publishers to keep their users engaged for longer while on their websites, Conduit allows publishers to extend those relationships as their users leave their sites and travel the Web.”