The last few months have been incredibly exciting for Revcontent – the world’s fastest growing content recommendation platform. In February, the company announced an official partnership with Forbes, one of the largest online publishers of business/finance related content.
Just recently, Forbes Contributor Amit Crowdhry published an in-depth article that explained just how Revcontent has grown into what he calls a “content innovation powerhouse.”
Crowdhry was able to interview John Lemp, founder and CEO of Revcontent. When asked about when and how Revcontent was founded and funded, Lemp had this to say,
“For us this company has never been about money and if we want to keep our mission pure we need to think different in every way in which we operate as a company.”
He later added,
“One thing many people don’t realize is the true cost to taking in funding too early and what that can do to a truly world changing mission. This is why we have actively chose from the start to not be a company that takes funding.”
Lemp has been featured in several publications recently like Examiner and NativeAdBuzz, and like he has said in the past, what has helped Revcontent grow into this powerhouse in the content recommendation industry has been the focus on people – not necessarily the technology itself.
“For us, one of the biggest strategic decisions was to focus on people – whether it’s our media partners, consumers or our employees. For consumers, we learn from them and connect with them to build a relationship.” Said Lemp.
In fact, he attributes this focus on people, not technology as the only reason for Revcontent’s growth.
According to Lemp, Revcontent’s focus “will always be on people in every area of our organization and I can confidently say that is our biggest differentiator and the sole reason for our growth.”
If Revcontent continues to grow at its’ current pace, it is possible that the company will surpass Taboola and Outbrain as the world’s largest content recommendation network within the next year and a half. Lemp ended the interview by stating that he hopes to provide more competition and market disruption so that Revcontent is challenged each day to provide a better user experience and greater revenues to publishers.
Revcontent is the world’s fastest growing content recommendation platform, serving over 200 billion impressions per month. The company also works with some of the world’s largest publishers such as Forbes, Newsweek, International Business Times, and many more.
To learn more about Revcontent, feel free to visit: http://revcontent.com