COLUMBUS, Ohio, Nov. 3, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- BringShare, the online tool designed to help marketing professionals, entrepreneurs and their businesses measure and evaluate online marketing investments more efficiently and cost effectively, today announced that it is accepting 500 public beta invites.
"User feedback and data from the initial public beta phase indicates the online tool is achieving what it set out to do—simplify the data gathering process so BringShare users can make smarter, more informed marketing decisions on behalf of their companies," said Justin Spring, co-founder of BringShare.
The invites are in addition to more than 500 invites the company issued between mid-September and late October primarily to small business owners and marketing professionals.
"BringShare gives me the ability to quickly pull up information about my e-commerce platform from a high level," said Ryan Vesler, owner, Homage. "I have to stay on top of my online marketing efforts at a macro level and BringShare makes it easy for me to quickly keep tabs on where we're generating revenue, from Google AdWords and paid search to social media and email marketing."
Listening to users and making appropriate improvements to their feedback has been the focus since BringShare's public beta launch in September at the DEMO conference in Silicon Valley, which is known throughout the tech community as the launchpad of emerging technology.
BringShare was built with small companies in mind, but is seeing increased interest and applications from agencies and larger businesses. Company founders expect this segment to grow as the product evolves. Currently, the focus is on filling a void for small businesses by providing an easy to use tool that makes measuring and evaluating online marketing efforts a smarter, faster and more cost-effective process.
Columbus, Ohio-based BringShare is the online tool that is designed to help marketing professionals, entrepreneurs and their businesses measure and evaluate online marketing investments more efficiently and cost effectively. Led by co-founders, Justin Spring and Danielle Walton, BringShare improves upon simple data aggregation by integrating data together into one dashboard to give users a complete view and better understanding of their marketing performance. For more information, visit http://bringshare.com/.