Ad Ops Daily Briefs: February 6 2009

Demandbase Wins AlwaysOn OnMedia 100 Award
Demandbase, a leading provider of B2B customer acquisition solutions, today announced that it has been named a 2009 OnMedia 100 winner in the technology enabler category. The OnMedia 100 Award is given to private, emerging technology companies in the advertising, publishing, marketing, branding and public relations spaces. Demandbase was selected by the AlwaysOn editorial team based on demonstration of growth, market opportunity, quality of innovation and customer traction.
“It’s an honor to be chosen as one of the AlwaysOn OnMedia 100 winners,” said Chris Golec, CEO of Demandbase. “The recognition by our peers and the opinion leaders at AlwaysOn is a true testament to the power of our team, products and ability to help our customers easily identify, reach, and convert new business through our SaaS solutions.”

N.C. Ad Agency Launches Website to Celebrate This Year’s Best Super Bowl Ads
Super Bowl Ad Fans Can Follow Coverage Live at

Talk, Inc., a Wilmington, N.C.-based company, created the Talkies in 2008 to judge the creativity, innovation and effectiveness of the industry’s most expensive-and most watched-ads.
This year’s event kicked off with the launch of, a website that includes video commentary and favorite ads from past games, a blog feed tracking the agency’s ongoing Super Bowl ad reporting from, polls for readers to weigh in on their favorite ads and a live chat feature that allows visitors to comment before and during the game. Super Bowl ad fans can join the festivities by logging on to anytime through game day to chat live and follow the action.