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webvisible.com

Founded Year

2001

Stage

Dead | Dead

Total Raised

$37M

About Webvisible

Based in Southern California, WebVisible is a Software as a Service (SaaS) company providing solutions for local online advertising. The company's goal is to use the Internet as an advertising and customer acquisition medium for small businesses around the world.Webvisible's Geneva software platform - named 2008 Internet Product of the Year by the American Electronics Association - buys advertising space across a variety of media, ensuring that small business customers get the most effective, local, targeted advertising for their money.In December 2011, WebVisible announced it has shut its doors. According to a note sent from the company's CEO to employees, WebVisible ran out of cash, and Silicon Valley Bank shuttered the company.

Webvisible Headquarter Location

121 Innovation Drive Suite 100

Irvine, California, 92617,

United States

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Latest Webvisible News

Berry Acquires Webvisible Assets

Feb 1, 2012

U.S. directory and local search player The Berry Company has scooped up defunct search marketing firm Webvisible’s Geneva platform from a liquidator in the wake of that company’s collapse. “This acquisition will dramatically enhance our presence and capabilities in the digital local search space,” said John Fischer, Interim President and Chief Executive Officer of TBC Holdings and Berry. “We plan to take the best of the Geneva technology and create a new platform an

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