NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - Oct 14, 2013) - 33Across, the leading social sharing and content discovery platform, today announced that it has received extremely favorable reviews from a group of 600 advertising executives who were surveyed for the 2013 MyersBizNet Survey. Ad executives evaluated a wide range of "Digital Native Media Companies" -- including Google, Facebook, and -- for their perceived "value for the investment." 33Across ranked 17th among all respondents and placed 2nd among the important subgroup of digital ad agency executives.

"It's increasingly challenging for ad tech companies to establish and maintain clear perceptions of value among advertiser and agency executives," said Jack Myers, chairman of Jack Myers Media Business Network, "What does seem clear, however, is that a group of technology companies -- including 33Across -- has earned the trust of decision makers within the ad buying community."

"The MyersBizNet Survey is widely regarded as an accurate barometer of brand and agency sentiment towards media partners," stated Brett Lofgren, Chief Revenue Officer for 33Across. "To have digital agency execs consider 33Across among the top two adtech companies in terms of providing value for their investment is indeed a great honor. And, with a pipeline of cutting edge products in the offing, we fully expect our position in the 2014 rankings to move up even further."

The results of the MyersBizNet Survey represent the second time in three months in which 33Across has rated highly in an evaluation of it and its peers. In August, Inc. Magazine ranked 33Across number 70 in "The Inc. 500 List of Fastest Growing Private Companies." The magazine also identified 33Across as number 17 among the "Top 100 Advertising and Marketing Companies" and number 6 among "Top Companies in New York."

About 33Across Inc.
33Across is the leading social sharing and content discovery platform, with over 400 Fortune 1000 brands and 625,000 publisher partners. The company's technology and tools create innovative opportunities for marketers and publishers to react to what is read, shared, and purchased in real-time. The company has offices New York, San Francisco, Sunnyvale, Chicago, and Boston. Learn more at