ShareThis Gets AlwaysOn Recognition for the Second Time

 
Day-in and day-out we work hard to spread ShareThis’ message, so it’s always exciting to see the work pay off. Today we’d like to pass along some very good news: ShareThis was named to the AlwaysOn Top 100 Private Companies list, which recognizes digital media companies leading the way in the advertising, marketing, and content publishing industries.

The AlwaysOn list selects from hundreds of U.S. and international technology companies, which are nominated by industry leaders, investors and journalists. This is the second time in three years that ShareThis has been selected for the AlwaysOn list. In 2009, we won the “Technology Innovator in Web Services & Digital Content Publishers” award, and this year were recognized as part of the “B2B: Technology Enablers” category. For more information about the AlwaysOn list, read the full press release here.

We’re proud as an organization to be recognized by AlwaysOn, and also to have an opportunity to share our industry expertise and help other companies tap into and succeed within the digital media industry. We’ll keep going down our path, helping to enable engaging and interactive conversations online through the tool of sharing, and allow publishers and advertisers to better connect with their audiences.

The AlwaysOn winners will be officially honored at the OnMedia NYC 2011 conference, where our CEO, Tim Schigel, will be speaking on the opening night panel, “The Winners Circle,” on January 31, 2011 at The Paley Center for Media in New York City at 6:45pm. Tim will share the stage with the CEOs of BlueKai, Millennial Media, Better Advertising, as well as Tony Perkins, founder and editor of AlwaysOn, who is moderating the discussion. If you would like to catch up with Tim while you’re there, let us know at marketing@sharethis.com. To buy a ticket, visit http://alwayson.goingon.com/AOEvents/OnMedia/OnMedia-NYC-2011.

–Steve R
@steversb

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