AdaptiveBlue, the Smart Browsing Company, today announced that SmartLinks on blogs and websites make links more useful by automatically providing relevant information from the best sites on the web that changes based on the subject matter of each link.
SmartLinks are automatically inserted next to links to supported sites such as Amazon, IMDB, Last.fm, Yahoo! Finance, CitySearch and many more. When visitors click the small SmartLink icon next to the link, they’re given intelligent, contextual shortcuts to related sites and services allowing visitors to discover, explore, connect, and browse smarter.
SmartLinks enhance the value and experience for visitors of Web sites and blogs by intelligently analyzing each link and custom serving additional resources that help them do more with the information they’re reading. For example, when posting a book review that links to the book, a SmartLink is inserted automatically that, when clicked, instantly provides links to the most relevant information about the book and author at popular sites, allowing visitors to learn more about the subject or even buy it – all without leaving the article. The same process works with everything from music, movies, and people, to stocks, wine, travel, recipes, and electronics.
Integrating SmartLinks is incredibly easy. AdaptiveBlue provides one-click installs for TypePad and Blogger, a downloadable plugin for WordPress, or a single line of code to copy and paste into other blog or Web site templates.
AdaptiveBlue is the smart browsing company founded by Alex Iskold in early 2006. The vision of AdaptiveBlue is to invent new browser technologies that leverage semantics and attention to power better online experience. The company’s keystone product, BlueOrganizer, has over one million downloads and is a recommended Firefox add-on. AdaptiveBlue has recently raised series A from Union Square Ventures. plasma tv lifts