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Could the Sale of Yahoo become the Next Google

Could the sale of Yahoo be the Next Google

When we think about who the next Google or Facebook might be, we’re usually considering startups, fledgling companies, or even ideas that haven’t been properly translated into businesses yet. It’s not often that “the next big thing” is actually an old thing that just still exists. The proverbial phoenix from the ashes. And if someone said that the sale of Yahoo could become this phoenix yet to rise, I would have laughed out loud. Until recently, anyway. Yahoo has been in steady decline for years, and even though Marissa Mayer seemed a promising savior for the floundering former online king of the hill, she wasn’t able to bear the weight of the sinking ship. Okay, maybe not sinking, but Yahoo isn’t exactly gaining in popularity either. It’s floating around with its head above water, unable to figure out how to move forward. Working at Yahoo is still considered prestigious, but not like working at Google. Customers aren’t leaving in droves, but they are leaving. They have assets and infrastructure, what they need is a vision and some guidance. So it wasn’t a huge surprise when Mayer announced back in February that Yahoo would be laying off 15% of the jobs at Yahoo and auctioning…

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Techcrunch Disrupt NY 2016: New Job Prospects

Techcrunch Disrupt NY 2016: New Job Prospects

Techcrunch Disrupt brought over 100 new startups to Brooklyn NY from May 9th the 11th 2016 for three days of presentations, meet and greets and new ideas.  Media Jobs talked with a number of them. Here is our first sampling of some of the interesting innovations we came across: Lumenus @lumenuslife started by an avid mountain biker, Jeremy Wall, is all about bike safety.  Jeremy and his partner created clothing and a Bluetooth app that communicates your route to other motorists using lights in your outerwear.  Jeremy launched the business by selling his first 325 jackets in a Kickstarter project that raised $55,000 which paid for the app and the development. How would you like to spend the same amount of money this year on your credit cards but earn three times the points?  That’s lots more free trips for doing nothing different. Except one thing of course, joining Birchfinance.  According to Alex Cohen @alexcohenbirch, founder of Birch with his partner Alex Whiteside, the Chief Technology Officer, there is a very lucrative audience of points aficionados’’ who will be very interested in their program.  If the results subsequent to their presentation at Disrupt NY 2016, where 186 people signed up within…

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The Ed Tech Company Worth over $1 Billion Dollars

ed tech company the learning company

Can anyone make money selling ed tech?  One company thinks so and could be valued at over $1 billion dollars. It all starts with the ABC’s with the mega kids app called ABCmouse. The holy grail for jobs at app companies or other tech jobs or media jobs isn’t to land a job at Google, or Microsoft, or Apple. It’s landing a job at the next Google or Microsoft or Apple before they get there. To find that company, you want to look at any nexus between a current or coming societal change and technological advances. One of the markets where this is currently happening is educational technology. The Ed Tech Opportunity Ed tech is fast approaching a $10 billion market, and educational reform is a huge issue in our culture, so opportunities should be abundant. But while there have been some great products and ideas developed, the next mega-company hasn’t yet emerged. At least not in the public eye. Enter ABCmouse, a learning app for children between ages 2 and 7 (currently, 2-8 soon) made by educational start up The Age of Learning, based in Glendale, CA. As far as educational start ups or ed tech go, you could say they’re starting to get…

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5 Tips for Landing a Social Media Job

5 Tips for Landing a Social Media Job

So you’re looking for a social media job, but you aren’t sure what kind of qualifications you might need or what the pay is like? Don’t feel too bad, even many of the companies hiring a social media manager can’t answer those questions objectively. The truth is that the field is still so new, and still growing and evolving at such a rapid pace, that there really isn’t much objectivity to go by. That being said, there are some rock-solid tactics you can use to try and land that dream job in social media, and some general guidelines for what you can expect to be paid in such a position. Before we get into the tactics, let’s take a quick look at the pay scale. Part of the problem with setting a salary range is that the size of the company plays a big part. Larger companies tend to pay more, obviously. The other problem is that you may find listings for five different titles, but each one has the exact same requirements. Social media manager, social media coordinator, social media strategist, and so on. There are no definite titles and descriptions established, so it’s a matter of the company’s preference…

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Grovo Makes the Most Expensive One Minute Video Ever Made

What is the Most Expensive One Minute Video Ever Made?

What do Victor Hugo and Jeff Fernandez of Grovo have in common?  They both are related to the quote “nothing is more powerful as an idea whose time has come” Jeff has raised a total of $65 million dollars for his start up Grovo to fund the newest big underserved market of corporate employee training with his idea of “microlearning”. In the last year Grovo has doubled their head count to 200 employees and with the recent $40 million dollars in new capital investment most likely the headcount will be growing. But what is Microlearning? According to the Grovo website: “It’s the process of learning complex skills in short, focused segments. After years of testing, we’ve found that 60-second videos, strategically organized into focused learning tracks, deliver the best results in the least amount of time. After years of testing, we’ve found that 60-second videos, strategically organized into focused learning tracks, deliver the best results in the least amount of time.” In a nutshell micro learning is the creation of a series of short one minute videos on important topics like this one: Learn how to Post to a Facebook Timeline Grovo makes the claim that they are “Training the…

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