AdParlor is a full service social network advertising agency. We have worked with some of the largest brands in the world.
At the core of our business, we operate an advertising network designed specifically for the leading social networking sites - facebook, myspace, hi5, bebo, orkut, friendster and fanbox. We have partnered with these sites, as well as with hundreds of application developers, to display millions of ads every single day around the world targeted by age, gender, and location.
Our ad network allows social networking application developers to monetize their applications as well as cost-effectively attract more users. We allow marketers to reach out to the growing group of internet users that spend most of their internet time on social networking sites. Using demographic targeting and an innovative tagging system, we are able to serve relevant ads resulting in a high CTR (Click Through Rate). This translates into high eCPM rates for our publishers (application developers) as well as high conversion rates for our advertisers.
News on AdParlor
Toronto's AdParlor - which was acquired by Adknowledge in 2011 - announced yesterday that they will be offering a software engineering job (and an iPad) to the winner of the Facebook Hack in... more
Adknowledge announced today that it has completed its acquisition of Toronto's AdParlor, a leading Facebook Ads management platform. AdParlor currently manages over one billion impressions per day... more
In June adParlor co-founders Hussein Fazal and Kristaps Ronka were named to Inc.com's 2011 30 Under 30 List. While the acclaim likely has a lot to due with being associated with two of the... more
It has been said that the best entrepreneurs take the biggest risks. Dropping out of university to found a startup is a risk; so is quitting a salaried job to do the same. But that's exactly what... more
Last month Groupon signed an exclusive agreement with Toronto's AdParlor to have them manage their entire advertising spend on Facebook. Significant news for a Canadian startup with only 13... more