AdKeeper, a company that allows users to save online ads for later viewing, said today it has raised $35 million in Series B funding led by Oak Investment Partners
The round raises AdKeeper's total funding to $43 million since it came out of stealth in October and is set to publicly launch in February.
AdKeeper allows users to save ads in personal “Keepers” to review the ads later. Users can click on the “Keep Button” which is embedded in the ad.
AdKeeper clients include Allstate, AT&T, Best Buy, CBS, Ford, Gap,Macy’s, McDonald’s, The Home Depot, Unilever and Warner Bros.
Fred Harman, Managing Partner of Oak Investment Partners will join AdKeeper’s Board of Directors. Harman is currently on the Boards of several Internet media companies, including Demand Media, Federated Media and the Huffington Post and was previously on the Board of Internet advertising services company aQuantive.
“We believe AdKeeper’s solution for keeping ads will be an important and welcome addition to the Internet ecosystem,” said Harman.
Oak joins earlier investors, including DCM, True Ventures, Spark Capital, First Round Capital, Lerer Ventures, Stan Shuman, The New York Times Company, Betaworks, David Cowan and Scott Kurnit.