PitchEngine, the multi-media content distribution company, has announced a partnership with iCrossing founder Jeff Herzog. Herzog recently sold the search marketing company to Hearst Corporation for more than $325 million.
Now Herzog has opened up his own SEO shop, Zog Media, which has partnered with PithEngine to develop a “social and search optimization platform for businesses and organizations of all sizes.”
Dubbed, “Project Redline,” the partnership has been in the works for 18-months. PitchEngine founder Jason Kintzler [pictured] was a bit short on specific product details. He did say in a statement, “We’re providing our users more horsepower.”
PitchEngine recently announced partnerships with Technorati and MyMediaInfo in March. These partnerships, in conjunction with today’s news, are all to support the company’s “media relations platform.” PitchEngine counts thousands of clients, including IBM, Zappos, CNN, Xerox and Chrysler.
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