Thursday, December 27, 2007

About BlueLithium

"BlueLithium" was founded by Gurbaksh Chahal in on January 12, 2004. The company's office was set up office in San Jose, CA, and got investment from Walden Venture Capital and 3i. The company, which has 120 employees and its network focused on data, optimization, analytics and a pioneer of behavioral targeting. Gurbaksh Chahal has been recognized as an innovator in the online advertising space by Business 2.0 as well as a sought-after speaker, featured at conferences including Red Herring, JP Morgan, Bear Stearns and Ad: Tech. BlueLithium has been named one of the top 100 private companies in America for three consecutive years.

BlueLithium was serving 100 million+ unique users and reached more than 60% of US internet users. What’s more, they made $100M+ in revenue in 2006 - run the sums and you have another huge acquisition price (DoubleClick, by comparison, did $300 million in revenue in 2006 - Google paid $3.1 billion for that one). BlueLithium already serves up 8 billion ad impressions a month to 100 million users of the Web's top sites. Each of those ads drops a cookie on your browser, and when you show up on another site that serves BlueLithium ads or on one of its advertisers' Web sites, it adds that history of clicks to its database. Read more about Bluelithium and founder of bluelithium at

Thursday, December 20, 2007

BlueLithium Achieves Profitability

Just four months after launch, BlueLithium ( a new provider of online advertising technology and services, today announced the company is operationally profitable with revenues after four months of operations. The BlueLithium cost-effective, low-risk, pay for performance Internet advertising solution enables publishers and e-marketers to create personalized online advertising programs with precise targeting, scheduling and reporting capabilities.

"BlueLithium is building a solid track record of providing Fortune 500 companies the ability to launch and manage personalized online advertising programs that make a powerful impact with the right audiences and produce solid business results," said Gurbaksh Chahal, CEO and Founder of BlueLithium. "The significant increase of sales in the past four months and our rapid assent to being operationally profitable demonstrates management's ability to grow the business one customer at a time by providing unparalleled online advertising capabilities that reach previously untapped Web audiences."

Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Gurbaksh Chahal: The desi uncle’s nightmare

Somewhere in the background the desi uncle goes: "Beta, get high marks, attend college and become a doctor/engineer. Then only you will be successful in life"

That may be true, unless you’re Gurbaksh Chahal.

Gurbaksh or “G” as people call him, dropped out of high school at 16 and created a start-up Gurbaksh, or “G” as he is often called, was born in India and moved to the United States at the age of 4. While in high school he enrolled in Accel Middle College in order to get his college degree in conjunction with his high school diploma. Read Chahal’s Success story at Gurbaksh Chahal’s story is remarkable and we think it is a prime example of what can be accomplished with a little motivation and ingenuity. Young Hollywood wants to know what this young man can’t do!

Sunday, December 16, 2007

Young Internet Entrepreneur Gurbaksh Chahal

Gurbaksh Chahal isn't just another data superhighway opportunist; he's a prodigy. Joining the ranks of Internet pioneers Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, Larry Page and Sergey Brin, Chahal has been garnering recognition for his vision since he was a teenager. Having recently sold his revolutionary business, he correctly understood where the Internet would be going in reference to advertising. That's where his BlueLithium came in. He knew targeted advertising would be a big thing in the future of the Internet, and he got out in front of it. He is now working on a book called "The Dream," where he'll talk about the major experiences he had and what it took to get him to where he is today. "The Dream" is due out in the spring of 2008. Keep your eye UP ON THE SCREEN for Gurbaksh Chahal! -

Friday, December 14, 2007

Blue Lithium Goes To Yahoo For $300M

Gurbkash Chahal’s second successful online business venture, BlueLithium, has just been sold to Yahoo! for a staggering $300MM.Blue Lithium is a San Jose-based behavioral ad network that was founded in January 2004. BlueLithium was serving 100M+ unique users and reached more than 60% of US internet users. It is reported to have done $100M+ in revenue in 2006. The deal represents another big sale for CEO and Chairman Gurbaksh Chahal. this is also a great deal for Yahoo which is buying more great ad technology, advertiser and publisher reach and growth minded managers. Chahal, at 25 years old, has already accomplished more than most people do in their lifetime.Read more about Chahal's inventions at

Thursday, December 13, 2007

Fox Business Network and Gurbaksh Chahal

Online entrepreneur and shockingly accomplished prodigy Gurbaksh Chahal appeared on the new Fox Business Network (hosted by David Asman) on Tuesday, November 6, at 3PM ET. Chahal expounds upon his recent successes, his evolution into one of the youngest, most highly sought after and flourishing entrepreneurs in the game, as well as divulge his future goals and reveal some promising plans ahead. Chahal in all his interviews says how it needs to be done, and that's through the willingness to take risks. He has said many times that's what he considers his strongest attribute in the success he's enjoyed. He is now working on a book called "The Dream," where he'll talk about the major experiences he had and what it took to get him to where he is today. "The Dream" is due out in the spring of 2008.

Tuesday, December 11, 2007

Gurbaksh Chahal- A CEO Pitch Winner at Stanford AO2005 Innovation Summit

BlueLithium, Inc., the Internet's largest performance based advertising network, On July 25, 2005 announced that founder and CEO Gurbaksh Chahal was named a winner at the CEO Pitch @ Stanford program during last week's AO2005: Innovation Summit. The CEO Pitch featured the leaders of 50 of the companies recently selected by AlwaysOn as the "Top 100 private companies" in America. Chahal's pitch--outlining BlueLithium's business plan and go-to-market strategy--was selected as a top three finisher by a panel of judges, which evaluated the presentation on overall value proposition and market strategy. As a top three finisher, Chahal--a twice-successful online advertising entrepreneur who founded ClickAgents and successfully merged it into ValueClick--was invited to present on the main forum to thousands of in-person and Webcast attendees. Read more about Gurbaksh chahal inventions and success stories at

Monday, December 10, 2007

Gurbaksh Chahal's 2nd Appearance on FOX Business Network

As one of the most experienced and successful CEOs in interactive marketing G is a sought-after speaker, featured at Red Herring, JP Morgan, Bear Streams and Ad: Tech. On Monday, December 3rd from 6-7PM EST, The Cavuto Show welcomes Gurbaksh Chahal to discuss his recent successes, his evolution into one of the youngest and most successful entrepreneurs in the game, as well as divulge his future goals and reveal some promising plans ahead. At a mere 25-years-old, he sold his second successful online business venture, BlueLithium, to Yahoo! for a staggering $300 million CASH. Seven years earlier, at 18-years-old, Chahal sold his first successful online business, ValueClick, to ClickAgents for $40 million in stock, becoming a teenage multi-millionaire. FOX Business Network has enthusiastically embraced Chahal in welcoming him for a second appearance on their new hit network. For more information on Gurbaksh Chahal, please visit To coordinate an interview or to book G, please contact Canyon Entertainment/Simon Sheffield or Email at:

Sunday, December 9, 2007

Gurbaksh Chahal – Working on a Realty Show

Gurbaksh Chahal, a 25-year-old Indian American, who sold his internet advertisement company to Yahoo last month in $300 million, is now working on a television realty show that would identify and award young innovative entrepreneurs in the US. Gurbaksh Chahal is also writing a book christened 'The Dream' describing 'what it means to take risk and be successful.’ Referring to the TV realty show also called 'The Dream', Chahal said all the major developments in the field of internet business in the last 10 years have come from young entrepreneurs in 20s or more or less by individuals who are in schools perusing a dream. Through this reality TV show, Chahal said the people of America would help him identify a young entrepreneur to launch his or her innovation. The winner of the reality show would win $1 million as seed money to start his new venture. Read more about Gurbaksh chahal at

Friday, December 7, 2007

"The Dream" – Dream of Gurbaksh Chahal

"The Dream" is G’s latest project. It involves an upcoming book and reality-tv show. Thr Book is long form non-fictional account of his personal story on his road to achieving his dreams. The goal of this book is to inspire individuals throughout the world to understand the elements of risk in the pursuit of one’s dream. The book is stated for completion in summer 2008. It will detail G’s story of the successful creation of two internet-based companies worth more than $340 million, by the age of 25. Two companies are ClickAgents & Bluelithium. As well as, show journey of Gurbaksh Chahal from adolescence into the corporate world, and the many decisions, situations, and lessons he was forced to learn and make. For more information visit

Thursday, December 6, 2007

Founder of Bluelithium – Gurbaksh Chahal

Gurbaksh Chahal is founer of Bluelithium. BlueLithium was an ad network focused on data, optimization, analytics and a pioneer of behavioral targeting. At the age of 21, he went on to found his second company – BlueLithium. Under his leadership, BlueLithium was named one of the top 100 private companies in America three years in a row by Always On. On September 4th 2007, Yahoo! announced that it has agreed to buy BlueLithium for $300 million in cash. He remains CEO of the company through the transition period. Learn more about his next projects at

Wednesday, December 5, 2007

Founder of ClickAgents – Gurbaksh Chahal

Gurbaksh Chahal was an avid risk taker. He realized early that life is all about risks and that the definition of failure is only when you let fear take over your instincts. at the age of 16, he dropped out of Accel Middle College to start his first venture , leaving his college and high school degree behind. Chahal founded ClickAgents, one of the first online ad networks to focus on the needs of performance-based advertisers, rather than brand advertiser. He was the chief business, sales and strategic visionary behind the company. Just two years later, In November 2000, ValueClick agreed to buy ClickAgents for $40 millions in stock, making him the multi-millionaire by the age of 18. Learn more about his next projects at

Monday, December 3, 2007

Award Winning Successful Entrepreneurs – Gurbaksh Chahal

Gurbaksh Chahal is more commonly known as “G”. Gurbaksh Chahal, the company’s 24-year-old founder, has been in online advertising since he was a teenager. In 1985, his parents received a visa for America through a lottery-based system in India. He immigrated to the United States at the age of 4 with his family and settled in San Jose, California. Gurbaksh is the youngest of four siblings. Chahal has created companies worth over $340 million by the age of 25. If living a successful and satisfying life is the American Dream, then Gurbaksh Chahal is the embodiment of that dream. Read more about Gurbaksh Chahal’s personal life at