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CARLSBAD, CA (March 2, 2012) – If the first two months of 2012 is any indication, it’s going to be a busy year for top job board software company, Adicio, Inc. As the leading provider of interactive online classified advertising software solutions for media companies, Adicio continues to attract a wide variety of new clients looking to leverage the company’s cutting-edge classified technology and sales-oriented marketing systems. The company launched new online classifieds sites in 2012 for clients on its careers, real estate and motors platforms.

Several of these new sites are utilizing the most cost-effective job board software in the industry, the Professional Edition. This is Adicio’s newest entry-level product line based on their award-winning classified platforms. The recently launched Adicio Careers clients using the Professional Edition include the Yakima Herald Republic, The Elkhart Truth, Victoria Advocate Publishing Co., and Southern Community Newspapers, Inc. New Enterprise clients include: Nation Media Group (Kenya, Africa), Penske Media Companies, and the National Society of Hispanic MBAs.
Although Adicio is well known for its job board software applications, its Real Estate and Motors platforms are experiencing steady growth. One of the unique features Adicio offers its clients is simplicity and consistency. “From a customer service point of view, our clients love the fact that their Real Estate platform operates the same way as their Job Board and Motors classifieds. Clients don’t have to learn three different admin systems to add additional platforms,” said Ave Annel Polsdorf, Director, Client Services. Newly launched Adicio Real Estate and Motors clients include the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette an, the Salina Journal.
 
To explain the recent surge in new business, Tony Lee, Chief Alliance Officer of Adicio said, "With the roll out of our four new CareerCast Niche Networks, we’ve shown our clients that Adicio’s constant innovation and breakthrough technology work together to give media companies exceptional upsell opportunities for their sales departments. We actually have the most upsell products in the online classified industry.”
 
The online classified world has evolved far beyond nice looking websites, a place to post resumes and an application to host employment ads. It’s no longer simply selling job board software, real estate listing solutions, or automotive classified solutions. Successful online classified programs must have a comprehensive sales and marketing system to be competitive, which is an Adicio specialty. Adicio is alone in offering the combination of technology, support, sales and marketing tools.
 
About Adicio, Inc.
Adicio, Inc. is well known for its user friendly, technologically advanced job board solutions. With the job board technology at its foundation, the company develops interactive classified advertising software solutions for the careers, real estate and motors markets. Its award-winning technology and enterprise-class software platforms fuels Adicio’s ability to deliver a private-label application that seamlessly integrates within online classified advertising offerings, enabling clients to generate revenue and retain their brand while building and managing their online classified efforts. Clients can deploy Adicio’s job board software, real estate platform or motors platform as a turnkey solution.
 
Clients can easily customize Adicio’s application to leverage existing brand strategy and support online sales and marketing objectives. Adicio also powers the award winning, Best-of-The-Web job search portal CareerCast.com and JobsRated.com, where 200 jobs across North America are ranked based on detailed analysis of specific careers factors.

 
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