Can the new owners of Click-To-Call Patents radically affect the competition in the Online Advertising Industry?
A lot of qualified parties have been making calls asking for the auction scheduled for September 16th to be postponed by two weeks to give them a chance to investigate this opportunity further before taking a decision.
Patents have embodied in them a “click-to-call” event launched by “any trigger” according to claims from the portfolio. There is an infringement possibility on the seller’s patents by thousands of end users and over 40 providers details of which can be found at http://www.clickpatent.info.
In a bid to monetize the US patents portfolio in the space provided for “click-to-call”, Click Interconnect Inc. or CLICK, which is based in Florida since the year 1999, has retained IP Auctions, Inc. One of the members of the National Auctioneers Association and ABI, the IP Auctions Inc is one of the online auction firms specializing in Intellectual Property Assets sale. Joseph Popolo can be contacted from this company which is based at Reno, NV at (775) 826-1300 for more information. Alternately you can visit their website www.ipAuctions.com.
According to Mr.Liebster from the company, the click-to-call portfolio has the potential to spur the growth and add value to online advertising. He also said it was exciting to bring these patents to the market.
“Pay per call” online advertising sector which is highly performance based is one of the key players who have applied for this technology. Other possible applications of the “click-to-call” include websites, auction site postings, online directories, search engine results, branded desktop buttons, etc.