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    1. Gordon is a key player in the monetization of the web. In his career at The Wall Street Journal, Gordon proved that innovation is essential to revenue growth. His vast experience in online publishing will add a vital element to the adoption of Peer39's semantic advertising solution as standard on the web. We welcome his counsel as a strategic asset to the company.
      Amiad Solomon in Gordon Crovitz Named to Peer39 Advisory Board
    2. We are bringing corporate and competitive information to our audience that they would not ordinarily see, some of which can certainly have an impact on a stock price or brand reputation. If it's a new product that goes out, what are customers saying about it? What are competitors saying about it? What type of market share is that new product going to garner? By utilizing non-financial information - information that you wouldn't find in Bloomberg or the Wall Street Journal, we're giving our partners insight into potential investments they're making.
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    3. For all companies it's important to understand what conversations are out there regarding your brands, what conversations are out there regarding your competitors' brands, what your customers are saying, what your competitors' customers are saying. Some of these digital conversations can have a tangible influence on company valuations, stock prices and brand reputation. By utilizing non-financial information - information that you wouldn't find in Bloomberg or the Wall Street Journal, companies gain intelligence into potential investments they're making.
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