CARLSBAD CA (June 8 2010) – Adicio Inc. the leading provider of interactive classified advertising software solutions for media companies today announced that it has launched a variety of new online classifieds sites recently for clients on their careers real estate and motors platforms. Several of the sites are utilizing the Professional Edition Adicio’s new entry-level product line based on their award-winning classified platforms.
New Adicio Careers sites include Reader Jobs from the San Diego Reader; International Medical News Group’s IMNGMedJobs.com; St. Louis Globe-Democrat in Missouri; Houston Community Newspapers’ GetJobsNow.com; Advanced Interactive Media (AIM) Group’s media job board; and Albuquerque Publishing Company s ABQcareermarketplace.
Newly launched Adicio Real Estate Sites include SignOnSanDiego.com for the San Diego Union-Tribune; The Roanoke Times; the St. Louis Globe-Democrat and a wide range of Gatehouse Media properties including: Waynesville Daily Guide and Rolla Daily News in Missouri; Canton Daily Ledger Star Courier The Register-Mail Geneseo Republic McDonough County The Voice and the Daily Review Atlas in Western Illinois; The Clay County Advocate-Press Olney Daily Mail and The Carmi Times in Southeastern Illinois; Benton Evening News The Daily Register and the Du Quoin Evening Call in Southern Illinois; and Carthage Press Neosho Daily News and the Morning Sun in Kansas.
“Adicio has been our client for years and we’ve always enjoyed working with them. Now that we’re a client of theirs too we have an even better perspective on their great services. We’ve relied on their expertise to guide us in the right direction and with their help we’re now ready to scale up a great job board for media and classified-advertising positions ” said Peter M. Zollman founding principal of the AIM Group.
"In addition to our new Enterprise Edition clients we’ve added several small media companies to our platforms that seek to generate new online classified revenue with a minimum investment ” said Tony Lee Chief Alliance Officer at Adicio. “These smaller sites are utilizing our new low-cost Professional Editions and as the economy recovers they expect to eventually scale up to our Enterprise Editions.”