Inuvo® (NYSE MKT: INUV), an Internet marketing and technology company specialized in marketing browser-based consumer applications, managing networks of website publishers and operating specialty websites, today announced that total search queries from the alOt Appbar and alOt Homepage products in Tier 1 markets increased 15% in the second quarter of 2012 compared to the first quarter of 2012.
Inuvo recently announced 18% live user base growth in the United States, the most significant revenue generating country in the Company’s Tier 1 market designation. Tier 1 markets at Inuvo encompass the U.S., U.K., Canada, Ireland, Australia, and New Zealand.
“The quarter over quarter growth in Tier 1 search queries speaks to the efficacy of our marketing efforts in these high-revenue generating markets,” stated Peter Corrao, Chief Executive Officer of Inuvo. “These continued positive indicators of growth in our Software Search business are very exciting, especially as Tier 1 is our highest monetizing tier. We believe we have implemented the necessary steps to continue this growth, and expect to garner even more users and search queries in Tier 1 going forward.”
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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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