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How fast is this Blockchain thing going to take over? -

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Palantir, The Most Secret Company Ever:
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Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Nvidia Makes AI computing possible in Cameras
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Guy Kawasaki – the Evangelist Who Heard the Apple Angels Singing

He was one of the lucky few; one of the founding fathers of Apple, getting a job straight out of college through his roomie Mike Boich. Guy Kawasaki credits his Apple experience with many great things, but mostly for the chance to work for one of the world’s most exciting companies and carve out a career as one of the first true digital pioneers. If you want to make your mark and you’re on the lookout for media jobs, Kawasaki’s lead is one you might want to follow. Currently Kawasaki, who was born in Hawaii, is founder of Garage Technology Ventures and co-founder of Alltop.com, an online magazine rack giving users easy access to the web’s most popular topics, but he wasn’t always at the forefront of online innovation. From Honolulu to Silicon Valley Born in 1954 in one of the tougher neighbourhoods of Honolulu, Guy Kawasaki attended Iolani School, which he states gave him a ‘fantastic and formative education’. He has particularly fond memories of his English teacher who, he believes, would have been shocked to learn that he’s written 10 books. After graduating Iolani in 1972, Kawasaki made the journey to Stanford where he graduated with a major…

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Sundeep Kapur Says the Fortune 500 Still Don’t Get Digital

Sundeep Kapur is one of the country’s foremost exponents of multi-channel marketing and is dedicated to helping big brands make sense of cross-platform promotion. He’s been doing it since 1990, but according to Sundeep, the big boys still have a lot to learn. Kapur is definitely one to watch for anyone looking for media jobs. Kapur, or ‘Email Yogi’ as he is known, is director of strategic marketing at the NCR corporation is an expert on combining your email, online, social media and mobile marketing into one streamlined and fully integrated package, and writes and speaks regularly on the subject. What’s Sundeep’s Story? He has a BA in Economics, a BS in Computer Science and an MBA so he’s well-qualified to assist with converged channel strategies, and having over 20 years’ experience helps as well. Sundeep is a passionate teacher who’s committed to ensuring businesses make the most of the communication channels available to them, particularly social media – oh, and he’s pretty good at direct marketing too. “Most brands are trying really hard to succeed with their social media initiatives,” he said. “They are trying new ways to engage – from receipts at checkout to advertisements in newspapers; brands…

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Kris Jones – the Man Who Believes in Having a Good Time at Work

Kris Jones is a rare breed. He’s been active in Internet marketing both as an arbitrager and affiliate marketing whizz since the early days of the web. He’s been there and done that, and now he’s ready to share his secrets. If you’re in the market for media jobs you’d be wise to listen. Kris graduated from Pennsylvania State University and gained a Master of Science from Villanova University as as well a Juris Doctorate from Albany Law School. He’s previously  founded Internet marketing agency PepperJam, worked for GSI Commerce when PepperJam was acquired by them, and he spent time working in the office of Congressman Paul E Kanjorski. After raising seed money from search arbitrage and PPC arbitrage, Jones went on to become the founder of one of the fastest-growing companies in the US. He admits his methods were a little unusual though: “My focus was on scale. So some search arbitragers will say to focus on one or two or three different merchants and just blow out as many keyword lists and everything as you can. “My focus was a little bit different. I tried to make $50-$100 profit a month with as many merchants as you could…

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Rhohit Barghava – Cutting Through the Spin to Deliver ‘Likeonomics’

Mention public relations or marketing to most people and you’ll be greeted with rolled eyes and accusations of spin and untruths, however Internet marketing guru Rohit Barghava has positioned himself as the man to cut through the spin and give us ‘Likeonomics’ instead. Anyone looking for media jobs should certainly make sure they have the likeability factor before heading to those interviews, according to Barghava. Bhargava is an alumni of George Mason University and has previously worked at Ogilvy, Leo Burnett Australia and Dimension Data (formerly Com Tech). He currently teaches marketing at Georgetown University. As a proud exponent of putting humanity back into business, Barghava cites himself as a ‘non-obvious’ marketing expert with two best-selling books under his belt. Personality Not Included introduced readers to the fact that more companies needed to show that they had a human side in order to garner the trust of their stakeholders, while Likeonomics dealt with how likeability is the key to business success. The book was an Amazon best seller in six categories and the fourth biggest selling business book in the US in the month of launch (May, 2012). He has over 1000 articles on all aspects of online and offline…

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Want to Attract Customers for Free? It’s All About Content According to Rand Fishkin.

Rand Fishkin is on a mission. He’s an SEO expert that believes sponsored stories and tweets, as well as Google Ads, are a waste of money, and he wants us to know why. Rand began dabbling in the World Wide Web 20 years ago and since then he’s built up a successful career as a search marketer; recently revealing his secrets to snagging customers without an enormous outlay. Those in media jobs should sit up and take notice. Buying Ads Does Not a Marketer Make Fishkin, who’s a graduate of the University of Washington and previously worked for Outlines NorthWest, firmly believes that spending pots of cash on ads does not make you a marketer. A fact he says, is borne out by the figures. “Only 10 percent of clicks on Google go to ads, while 90 percent are on organic results. Search engine optimization, or SEO, is much cheaper. The average cost of customer acquisition through online advertising is $500,” according to Fishkin. “But the same customer can be found through great web content for just $100.” Great content, he says, is the key to successful online marketing. “Great content makes companies and products more visible in search, gives…

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