SingleFeed gets funded for comparison engine feeder

Comparison Ventures, the company behind SingleFeed today announced that it has closed Series A funding round led. The investment round was led by True Ventures and also participated by NetService Ventures. SingleFeed is led by Brian Smith who writes at ComparisonEngines.com and has previously worked at Cendant, TheStreet.com, and VarsityGroup.

Concept behind SingleFeed is similar to vFlyer, although targeted at a different market. SingleFeed helps SMB merchants to submit their products to shopping comparison and shopping search engines like Google Base, Yahoo Shopping, Shopping.com, Shopzilla, NexTag, and PriceGrabber. The online data feed creation, management solution checks your feeds for errors, validate the data feed, makes corrections automatically or manually, and fine tunes the categorization. All in all, a drastic  cut down on the hours you need to spend on your submission process.  Since the service is targeted at businesses it is not another of those web-freebies. You need to pay $9.99/month or $129.99/month plus a one time set up fee of $29.99 to get you ‘perfect’ feed to all the major shopping comparison engines.

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2 Responses to “SingleFeed gets funded for comparison engine feeder”

  1. Startup Meme » Financial RoundUp: SingleFeed, Attendio, RIPL, CellFish, Dice, Zoodango, Iminent, FatDoor Says:

    […] SingleFeed, a comparison engine feeder, has raised a closed Series A funding round. The round was led by True Ventures, with NetService Ventures also participating in the round. SingleFeed helps SMB merchants to submit their products to shopping comparison and search engines like Google base, Yahoo Shopping, Shopping.com, Shopzilla, NextTag and PriceGrabber. The company is led by Brian Smith who writes at ComparisonEngines.com and has also worked at Cendant, TheStreet.com and VarsityGroup. Read: Startup Squad […]

  2. herbalecstacy Says:

    Hi, just came here after a good yahoo search. Neat site you have here! Keep it up!

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