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Inuvo Cyber Monday Revenue Increases Nearly 70% Year-Over-Year

 

LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Nov. 29, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Inuvo, Inc. (NYSE MKT:INUV), an advertising technology company, today announced that unaudited revenue generated during Cyber Monday, November 27th, was approximately $470,000, an increase of nearly 70% over Cyber Monday last year. Additionally, daily revenue recorded during the four-day period from “Black Friday,” November 24th through Cyber Monday were the highest four days of revenue in company history. Cyber Monday is the first Monday following Thanksgiving, and marks the unofficial beginning of the holiday shopping season. The period of Black Friday through Cyber Monday is typically among the highest grossing revenue days in the year. 

Mr. Richard Howe, Chief Executive Officer of Inuvo, commented, “Our fourth quarter is usually our strongest quarter and this year appears to be no different. We are seeing strong demand across the board from advertisers.  Advertising associated with our AI technology, the IntentKey, has been an important factor in our growth this year.”

About Inuvo, Inc. 
Inuvo®, Inc. (NYSE MKT:INUV) is an advertising technology business. The Inuvo MarketPlace is a set of technologies designed to connect advertisers (demand) with consumer audiences through publishers (supply) across device types. Inuvo can serve ads within content, video and images. To learn more about Inuvo, please visit www.inuvo.com or download our app for Apple iPhone or for Android.

Inuvo does not typically release revenue for individual days, however, in light of the increased interest in the market surrounding consumer activity on Cyber Monday, Inuvo believes that providing unaudited revenue is in the best interests of its stockholders.  Inuvo does not intend to make this a practice in the future.

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Inuvo, Inc.
Wally Ruiz, Chief Financial Officer
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wallace.ruiz@inuvo.com

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