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What is Digital Scarcity and how does that benefit NeonMob?

What is Digital Scarcity and how does that benefit NeonMob?

How on Earth did a company like NeonMob sell 4.8 million pieces of digital art since launching in 2012? They must have found a gimmick that works because so far they’ve raised a total of $2million dollars in seed funding from investors. Oh and get this, the guy who invented the hashtag back in 2007, Chris Messina is leaving Google after more than three and a half years to join this company. So what is it about Neon Mob that made Messina become this San Francisco Company’s head of community and growth? Digital Art is a growing industry and the fact is that there are so many images available on the web that trying to make money on it is very difficult, so NeonMob (jobs st NeonMob) is looking to make it so that an image available online is unique and worthy of being collected. How is this done? You have to create the idea of scarcity, that that image is limited in accessibility. The company offers a myriad of tools and features that the artist can apply to their works to help them build collections. Then if a customer wants to buy the collection they can. The artist determines…

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Live the Dream and Make Money doing it, with AlphaDraft and Vulcun Fantasy E-sports.

Live the Dream and Make Money doing it, with AlphaDraft and Vulcun Fantasy E-sports.

If you didn’t already know, Fantasy sports is a big deal. Fantasy E-sports is smaller but it is growing voraciously in popularity. When you fuse together the exciting idea of managing a fantasy sports lineup and the chance to win hard cold cash watching football, baseball and all the other major league sports becomes even more stimulating. With this said, we’ve now got two start-ups bringing the money making fantasy to E-sports. If you’ve never played fantasy football or any other variation of this type of online competition, it’s not rocket science. AlphaDraft and Vulcun have released simultaneously with the new season of Riot Games’ League of Legends Championship Series (LCS), offering fans the chance to win real money by creating fantasy League of Legends teams comprised of actual professional LOL players. The two companies offer free and paid play options. Don’t you worry your pretty little heads because Fantasy sports betting is legal in the United States, according to the Fantasy Sports Trade Association, they’re considered games of skill, and not “gambling.” The organization explains that fantasy sports managers must take into account a myriad of statistics, facts and game theory in order to be competitive. Not so much…

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Only an Artsy company like Etsy could lose money and still win big

Only an Artsy company like Etsy could lose money and still win big

Artists of every kind have become accustomed to using the Etsy marketplace to sell their handmade goods and crafts; well now it appears that Etsy.com has filed for an initial public offering. Etsy launched in 2005 and has been growing sales prodigiously but is still unprofitable, according to the company’s IPO filing. In 2014 their gross merchandise sales went up 43% to $1.93 billion from $1.35 billion in 2013. Etsy has taken the initiative with sales like this to file that initial public offering. They are hoping to raise about $100 million in new working capital. Etsy’s business is getting larger and more varied daily attracting buyers and sellers out the whazoo, and let’s not forget all that mobile. We can’t really say for sure the exact numbers but their mobile traffic accounted for 53.2% of all traffic in 2014 compared with 41.3% in 2013. In their filling they claim “We launched our first mobile app in 2011, and we continue to enhance our mobile offering,” Some interesting stats we can share says 89% of its sellers are female, and that their overseas business is growing. International sales accounted for 30.9%, equivalent to $596.4 million in gross sales over $383.4…

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Online Food Acquisitions are just eating each other up, Yelp grows a belly!

Online Food Acquisitions are just eating each other up!

Holy Mackerel, come to think of it, you may want to consider ordering that! This week Yelp announced it purchased online food ordering service Eat24 for $134 million. This from Yelp’s blog: Eat24 is an online food ordering app and website that covers about 20,000 restaurants across the country. As a Yelp Platform partner, they’ve been a valuable driver of our growth in the restaurant category while continuing to build an impressive business of their own. Eat24 is a competitor to Grubhub. They were founded in 2008 and had managed to get a widget for ordering food on Yelp which allowed them to compete against the other food ordering sites. Now that this deal is happening, these two companies will become BFF’s. Jeremy Stoppelman, Yelp’s chief says online ordering is “a key vertical for Yelp.” The objective is to “enhance our user experience [allowing] our large consumer audience to transact directly with businesses.” You should also make note that while they’ve spent a bundle of money acquiring Eat24, they also plan on expanding their ad sales staff by 40 percent this year. Now when you look at Grubhub, their most recent quarterly report which was quite good you’ll understand why they are…

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Wanna swap jobs, maybe you should think about Swap.com a consignment revolution?

Wanna swap jobs, maybe you should think about Swap.com a consignment revolution?

Swap.com an online consignment space where parents can buy secondhand kids’ clothing, gear, books, toys, games and more has raised $4 million in funding for its website. Here’s what Swap.com has to say about their services, “Swap.com is the first online consumer-to-consumer department store where you can buy, sell and swap pre-owned items. The online consignment sales model lets item owners get more value for their items while combining the convenience and enjoyment of online shopping with the effortlessness of getting rid of items at a local thrift or consignment store”. Dr. Juha Koponen, the CEO and Co-founder explains that Swap.com operates as a true consignment store, whereas most of its competitors do not. First they accept all brands rather than just limiting themselves to just high-end apparel. They also allow customers to sell non-clothing items like baby gear, books, toys, games, decor, movies and music, sport equipment, and also maternity clothes. Swap’s competitors basically want you to ship your goods to them, where they pay you for them, or a peer to peer marketplace occurs. At Swap, they only pay you after the item is purchased by another shopper, and they support swapping since a swapper can receive more for items…

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