Tag: adpay

Ancestry.com buys Adpay, Memoriams.com owner

Adpay, one of the long-time vendors serving newspapers and media companies with white-label back-end classified software, has a new owner. Ancestry.com LLC, a Utah-based company that also owns the online archive Newspapers.com (and of course the genealogy site Ancestry.com), bought Adpay in a deal announced today (but dated yesterday). Terms were not announced.  CEO Mike Heene is expected to stay with the company, which he co-founded in...

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Adicio to add fourth vertical — “stuff”

Adicio to add fourth vertical — “stuff”

For a long time, CareerCast was the name brand and only product of the California-based company that provided some of the best back-end classified tools for newspapers in the business. Then it added real estate and automotive classified software, and it became Adicio. Now the company is planning to add general classifieds, the “stuff” category that’s become an integral part of the business for com

Milwaukee print, Web classifieds via AdPay

AdPay, Inc, provider of online and print classified platforms to the media industry, just announced that it will power a new print and online classified platform of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

The ability to link user data for buyers and sellers across all their sites, in a true e-commerce marketplace, was a key factor pointing to AdPay as the partner of choice, according to Josh Phi

AdPay announces new obituary ordering platform

At the Orlando, Fla. SNA/SNPA Strategic Revenue Summit, AdPay Inc. announced its release of Memoriams.com. Its new online platform is built specifically to help funeral directors place obituaries in the print and Web products of local newspapers. The product is the result of consultations with funeral directors and publishers about improving the current time consuming, costly and duplication-re

‘No quick fixes’ at ‘Beat Craigslist’ summit

‘No quick fixes’ at ‘Beat Craigslist’ summit

No quick fixes were offered or decided on at the "Beat Craigslist" summit meeting of newspaper executives from about a dozen U.S. media companies yesterday in Denver.

The meeting was apparently one in a series of meetings about classifieds planned by the American Press Institute, working with the Newspaper Association of America. We're told another, perhaps broader, meeting is