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Customizable Digital Advertising Displays that look Great on your Feet.

Customizable Digital Advertising displays that look great on your feet.

So have you read MediaJobs most recent article from Roy Weissman about skipping on trying to make money on the ads and just going straight to selling products?  What would you say if the product being sold WAS the digital advertising outlet? Lately we’ve been going in-depth on the wearable technology front like the LED fabrics we covered and most of us have already become aware of the strides that have been made with flexible electronics, so check this out. Presently a company called ShiftWear is working hard seeking funding for their miraculous product on Indiegogo. The product being promoted is a prototype pair of shoes that have screens incorporated into them. The screens are made from flexible E-Ink color displays, a type of super-thin digital screen that mimics the appearance of paper. Digital shoes, well, what are the implications for advertisers? On the screens you can display two types of images, static or moving, and the image presented can be customized and selected by Bluetooth communication (jobs for Bluetooth communication) via a smartphone app or tablet. You could even display photographs. The idea is to let users browse, download, and program designs for the shoes. Art can be created…

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This Guy’s Solution for solving Programmatic Advertising Back End Automation Will Blow Your Mind

Programmatic Advertising and the Blockchain

Josh Engroff @jengroff the Chief Digital Officer of @themediakitchen has presented a truly innovative way to solve the current tedious back end issues for billing and record keeping for Programmatic advertising.  Use the Blockchain.  We’ve covered Blockchain Technology before on MediaJobs.com but this is the first time I have heard it applied to Ad Technology. Josh states that the use of the Blockchain would “1), improve programmatic advertising efficiency, and 2) evolve static business models.”  Programmatic advertising has done a great job minimizing the inefficiencies of the media buying and placement process (ie: placement, speeding execution) as well as now provides an amazing array of data never before available in one place. However when it comes to the backend, Engroff states that “The process by which payments are settled between parties in these transactions – brands, agencies, and media companies – has not evolved in decades. I’s is still a laborious process requiring invoices, accounts payable and receivable, payment terms (30, 45, 60?) and many, many people.”  We’ve all heard of Bitcoin but most do not realize that Bitcoin is powered by the Blockchain, which is a distributed database of data records.  It’s this approach to managing all the back…

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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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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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