Patrick Mackaronis, Brabble Founder, Announces New eCommerce Product *Star Tags

Brabble, a New York-based technology company, is pleased to announce that it is now able to enhance online sales and track customer data for companies through its new patented technology called Star Tags.

Star Tags is Brabble’s most valuable feature and is something that the online marketplace has been demanding,” says Brabble founder Patrick Mackaronis. “A Star Tag is a programmable link that can be embedded into any content posted online. These links can be placed inside social media networks, websites or eCommerce marketplaces where online shoppers or social users can browse products and make purchases.”

Pat Mackaronis
Patrick Mackaronis

The Star Tag is able to stay native to a post and can be shared infinitely throughout the entire social web or directly within a company’s eCommerce website and platform, Patrick Mackaronis goes on to explain. Brabble’s strategy is to utilize marketing and sales campaigns to maximize sales by driving traffic to online products.

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Brabble has also recently partnered with leading technology company mLogica, which is based in Orange, California. mLogica is a technology and product consulting company that manages development, IT, infrastructure and security services and that works with name brands like Amazon, Oracle, Microsoft, SAP, and Live Nation, to name a few. Brabble and mLogica have created plans to build out the Star Tag technology together for direct partnerships and eCommerce revenue programs with organizations in the online industry.

“Brabble has created intellectual property around the Star Tag technology which has been in the works for many years,” Mackaronis adds. “With the partnership and support of mLogica working with Brabble, the potential for Star Tags has grown tremendously.”

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