Inuvo® (NYSE MKT formerly NYSE Amex: INUV), an Internet marketing and technology company specialized in marketing browser-based consumer applications, managing networks of website publishers and operating specialty websites, announced today that the Company recently entered into three new markets with the ALOT Appbar and Home Page and have already attracted a live user base of approximately 100,000 users. According to World Bank statistics, Italy, Russia, and Turkey, have approximately 123 million total Internet users.
In addition to expanding the global footprint of the ALOT Appbar, Inuvo has also completed translation of the product into Italian, Russian and Turkish for enhanced localization in those countries. The ALOT Appbar and Home Page are a part of Inuvo’s Software Search business segment, which assists users in the search, navigation, and management of everyday information. Users are attracted by the hundreds of free, simple-to-use, and easy to access applications in the ALOT Appstore. The ALOT Appbar and Home Page offer full search capabilities and are primarily monetized by users typing in search and clicking on pay per click ads.
“Inuvo is very excited about the opportunities for growth in these new markets,” stated Peter Corrao, President and Chief Executive Officer of Inuvo, Inc. “The fast pace of economic growth in Turkey and Russia, and our proven ability to rapidly increase the size of our user base in Western European markets like Italy, is very encouraging. Management anticipates continued growth in these new markets as well as continued growth worldwide, throughout the rest of 2012.”
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Inuvo®, Inc. (NYSE Amex: INUV), is an Internet marketing and technology company specialized in marketing browser-based consumer applications, managing networks of website publishers and operating specialty websites. To learn more about Inuvo, please visit
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