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We feature information about cutting edge up and coming companies, people and new products that can enhance your career. Mediajobs.com is the authority for career intelligence in the media and tech industries. If you are currently in an advertising job, looking for advertising jobs, entry level advertising jobs, marketing advertising jobs and want to keep current about the newest cutting edge companies and products we have created Media Jobs for you. Read about some of the most innovative marketers in Advertising and digital media including Starcom, WPP, Publicis Group, Deutsch, Omincom Group, Vivaki, Havas, Interpublic, Oglivy and Mather and lots more. We’ll also talk about some of the newest up and coming agencies including Droga5, Razorfish, Digitas Rokkan, BFG9000, Mother, Leo Burnett, Profero, GolinHarris, Maxus, Muhtayzik-Hoffer, Merkle, McGarryBowen, Grey , 72andSunny, 360i, Translation and in the Hispanic market Alma, Latinworks and La Comunidad. Digital only agencies including VML and agencies made for Silicon Valley including Evolution Bureau. Creativity plays a role in advertising and some of the most creative shops include AKQA, BBDO, BBH, Wieden & Kennedy and Goodby Silverstein & Partners. Articles about the most significant advertising companies are right below. You can also search for Advertising Jobs by clicking here or using the search box on this page. 

Learn More About 2014’s Fastest-Moving Pre-IPO Adtech Startups

Adtech startups in the pre-IPO phase are proving to be a hot commodity among investors, with startups like Rubicon Project showing healthy stock increases from day one. As the adtech sector grows, so does interest from investors. Finding the next big thing in terms of pre-IPO adtech startups involves a set of metrics which balance revenues and the number of employees against investor funding and reputation, while also determining which companies are ripe for IPO entrance.   Recognizable Names in Adtech Startups Pinterest, one of the Big Three in social media is launching its Ads API, which their immediate peers Facebook and Twitter both did in the months leading up to their IPOs. Currently, Pinterest is responsible for up to one quarter of all incoming traffic to e-commerce and online retailers’ sites. Other likely candidates include Flurry, and InMobi, which is among the largest non-public mobile ad businesses in the world. With an estimated revenue of $372 million, roughly 900 employees and a total venture funding of $216 million, InMobi is also less likely to be profitable than some of the hot pre-IPO adtech startups for 2014. Flurry CEO Simon Khalaf is openly discussing an IPO, telling Business Insider, “I…

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Kargo – from struggling start-up to top mobile advertising agency

New York’s ‘Kargo’ has learned a thing or two about being a mobile advertising agency since 2003; and its $50 million annual revenue proves it. An ‘existential evolution’ People with media jobs in a fledgling mobile advertising agency may struggle to comprehend how a business can be that successful AND buy out its former financial backers only five years after it launched (which is what Kargo’s founder and CEO Larry Kargman did back in 2008). It may therefore come as some comfort to know that it wasn’t plain sailing at the outset. In the early days, Kargo struggled to survive with its original focus: downloadable media like games and ringtones. Kargman took heed of what the media companies he was working with were saying about what they really needed: in a word, that was advertising. And Kargo duly began to switch emphasis, morphing (or undergoing an “existential evolution,” as Kargman puts it) into a mobile advertising specialist concentrating its efforts on the mobile web. Kargman told TechCrunch journalist Antonhy Ha: “We figured out that for us to exist, we would need to become really good at developing great mobile web experiences.” Seriously smooth native ads Alysia Borsa, Senior VP of…

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Content and native advertising analyzer SimpleReach’s day has come

Measuring the effectiveness of native advertising looks set to get more efficient as analytics startup SimpleReach bags a huge Series A round. Analysis and prediction Jobbing business development managers will know that for most clients, an ad’s capacity to drive online advertising sales is the bottom line. The creative team’s native advertising may be beautifully subtle, the displays pithy and snazzy, but agencies still need to be able to bring something to the table these days to show how effective they’ve been. That’s where NYC-based startup SimpleReach comes in. Founded in 2010, it raised $1.6 million in seed funding in 2012 and has just closed a Series A round totaling $9 million. Its technology not only tells clients how successfully their content is going down on social media and publisher websites; it predicts which native advertising will really take off, too. Every article gets a score ranging between 0 and 99 – an indicator of how much social traffic it’ll bring to a client’s site. Agencies and marketers can then promote those articles through ads on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Nativo, StumbleUpon, TripleLift and Outbrain. If our jobbing business development manager remains skeptical about SimpleReach’s capabilities, plenty of others aren’t. The…

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NY ad analytics startup Dstillery looks to international expansion

New York’s ad analytics startup Dstillery is looking beyond the U.S. in a bold expansion plan after raising $24 million in Series C funding. Distilling data The company began life in 2008 as Media6Degrees and adopted its new moniker in September last year. Product managers with an interest in ad tech might quickly work out why: announcing the change of name last year, the firm’s CMO Elizabeth Hellmann said that it captured “the essence of our core technology – distilling mountains of data to produce pure brand-leaning audiences.” The latest cash injection has almost doubled the startup’s total funding to date (it raised $17 million in Series B back in 2010, when the total stood at $28 million. It’s now $52 million). As it happens, the company hadn’t actually intended to raise any more money. It was approaching profitability and things were just fine and dandy. But then it saw a big opportunity opening up on the mobile side of the business and decided it needed some cash to embrace it. Business savvy product managers would probably agree that, in this constantly evolving marketplace, standing still isn’t an option. Dstillery’s technology can identify core consumer behavior signals from an immense…

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NY’s Yodle aims big with IPO and new HQ

Things are on the up for online ad firm Yodle: it’s just filed for a $75 million IPO and signed the lease for a swanky new office. Phenomenal success Art directors and account managers who work for online advertising agencies in the Big Apple may already have heard of Yodle. Founded in New York 2005, it specializes in helping local businesses achieve the most effective online advertising campaigns, with a platform encompassing email marketing, internet marketing social media marketing, reviews and recommendations, marketing automation, SEO and local search. In a nutshell, Yodle is a lead-generating machine that helps local businesses advertise their products and services by delivering optimal search results on all the major search engines. Yodle ads will point straight to its customer’s websites and lets them track the effectiveness of their online marketing from a single, personalized performance dashboard. Business-savvy account managers may also appreciate that it’s been phenomenally successful. In 2005, it had a mere 9 employees. Between 2007 and 2010, its annual revenue soared by a staggering 700 percent, its staff headcount ballooned to 250 and its client roster skyrocketed from 600 to 5000. Today, that’s exploded to 45,000 local businesses, the staff headcount now tops…

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