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Welcome to Media Jobs: Advertising Jobs

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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. 

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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NY’s Tremor Video goes on an appointments spree

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Things are moving fast at Tremor Video: it’s made a flurry of new appointments and launched a new campaign on video viewability standards. Hiring spree Product managers with an interest in ad tech may recall that we last visited Tremor Video here in April, when it launched a new automated cross-screen optimization service for agencies wanting the best ROI on their video ads. This week, the video ad tech startup has been extending its reach with some important new appointments and a pro-bono educational campaign aimed at enlightening the ad industry on the Media Rating Council’s new video viewabilty standards. On Tuesday, the company announced that it had appointed erstwhile Yahoo director Sue Hunt to a newly-created role as Head of Programmatic for its European operations. She brings a glittering list of achievements with her, having also worked for three years as the EMEA director of ad exchange Right Media. In her new role, Ms. Hunt will take on the task of developing partnerships between her new employer and agency trading desks all over Europe. Another day, another appointment: on Tuesday, Tremor announced the appointment of Jay Baum as VP of Agency Business Development. He’ll have his feet under a…

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Advertising Media Jobs Are on the Rise

Advertising Media Jobs Are on the Rise

Advertising media jobs are abundant nowadays due to the emergence of many Internet-based media companies and other alternative options for information replacing the old practice of reading news papers and magazines alone. The new age advertising jobs are full of creative talent that is able to think outside of the traditional print media box Advertising media jobs deal with setting up appropriate banner ads with the help of their client’s budget for the objective of promoting specific content pertaining to the product or service offered by the client’s business. This is achieved by communicating with significant networks and special content promotion providers. With the presence of online medium like online newspapers and magazines; writers, editors, photographers and other advertising people have found this new genre and innovative environment as an exposure to what is considered as the latest trade in the advertising world. This new environment also brings about another milestone when it comes to advertising media options, giving additional room for growth for those who are craving for career improvement.  This pushes them to go with the present-day flow of technology-driven changes. With this in mind, it is expected that more and more advertising media jobs will sprout up in the job market to…

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Introducing Taykey, the advertising startup that delivers topical ads to boost online advertising sales

Business development managers eager to boost online advertising sales for their agency’s clients might wish to take a look at Taykey, the New York-headquartered ad tech platform which is going from strength to strength by delivering ads based on what’s most in the news for a brand’s audience. Raising funds to fuel rising fortunes  Last year the startup clinched a handsome $6 million in Series C funding, which it is using to plow into enhancing its already rapid growth. To that end, it’s hired  Carmit Tevet-Kuzy, as the new VP of finance. Ad, sales and engineering operations are also being built out, as are the firm’s product teams. This company’s know-how could make the work of a jobbing business development manager a good deal easier. The latest round of funding brings Taykey’s total investment to $17 million. July’s 2013’s cash injection was courtesy of existing investors SoftBank Capital, Sequoia Capital and Marker along with a new participant, Tenaya Capital. More than half of Taykey’s clients are repeat returnees, and in 2013 it ran over 100 campaigns. Having launched just six years ago in 2008, it’s now on course for annual revenues in excess of 8 figures this year. That’s a growth surge of 300 percent…

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