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Techcrunch Interviews: Piqed – Optimizing Beauty Products for Consumers

Techcrunch Interviews: Piqed - Optimizing Beauty Products for Consumers

Can data lead to a more beautiful you?  Helen and Annie from Piqued (pronounced like picked) think so.  They have created a product designed to help you find the best beauty products for your skin and look.  Using a data driven model and information from your past experiences Piqed will help you choose the beauty products that will work best for you. The global cosmetics market was $460 billion in 2014 and, according to Hahn, their focus is on the premium segment of the business which she estimates at $50 billion. Available now as an IOS app the service is expected to have a more formal launch in the fall. I spoke with Helen Hahn and Annie Peng from Piqed and learned why they started this business,  the problems they are solving and about the business opportunity. Roy: This is Roy Weissman from MediaJobs.com. Today we’re talking with Helen Hahn and Annie Peng from Piqed.   Helen: We tried to solve a problem that a lot of women face when choosing skincare products. You walk into a store and maybe from hearsay or a friend’s recommendation, you pick up a product. You try it and then you realize that it doesn’t…

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The Techcrunch Interviews: Flyhomes: Buy Real Estate Online and Get a Free Flight

The Techcrunch Interviews: Flyhomes: Buy a House and Get a Free Flight

At Media Jobs we like to bring you the most innovative companies.  In this interview we will learn about a new company that is differentiating themselves in the highly competitive residential real estate market by targeting the upscale market of frequent flyers and how awarding thousands of frequent flyer points can create a new business model for selling homes.  Imagine being able to take a free vacation after spending your life savings on a home. Listen in as Roy Weissman of MediaJobs.com interviews the CEO and Founder of Flyhomes.com Stephen Lane.     Roy: This is Roy Weissman from Mediajobs.com and we’re talking with Stephen Lane, the CEO of FlyHomes. What is FlyHomes? How did this idea come about? What problem are you trying to solve?   Steven: FlyHomes is an online real estate brokerage with a new way to buy real estate online that we launched in Seattle that literally lets buyers own their own home buying process. The kicker, which is the fun word of mouth thing is, again, they earn airline miles through the entire home purchase. In Seattle, if you buy a half a million dollar home, you earn a half million airline miles.   In terms of how the process started, and…

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Why Online Clothing Stores will Love this Innovation from Fovo

Why Online Clothing Stores will Love this Innovation from Fovo

Online clothing stores are not earning their proportion of women’s clothing sales due to one obstacle and Fovo may have the answer that could change women’s shopping behavior forever. Online commerce is clearly becoming the preference for a growing percentage of the world, as is evidenced by the success of companies such as Amazon, Alibaba, and many others that include both a little of everything – such as the aforementioned ‘virtual malls’ – and very specific offerings, such as shoes from Zappos. The latter is a bit surprising considering how common it is to try shoes on and walk in them before determining whether the brand, style, and size are the right fit. There’s almost nothing worse than spending a day walking around in poorly fitting shoes. Why Don’t Online Clothing Stores Do as Well? As popular as all of these options are, shopping at online clothing stores is still a lagging indicator when it comes to women’s e-commerce. It seems that about 70% of women still prefer to shop for their clothes in a physical store so that they can try them on and see how they feel and what they look like on their bodies before committing cash to the transaction….

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How do you turn $77 million in advertising revenues into $3 billion dollars?

Why Publishers Should Ditch Advertising

Publishers are leaving billions of dollars on the table by focusing on advertising as their primary revenue source.  In reality advertising revenue should be the last channel of revenue they rely on. With words like view ability, fill rate and Ad blockers (the really bad word) the advertising eco system has become a mine field with many obstacles to overcome. In a July 2014 study by Google the search engine giant determined that the average website’s ad view ability is 50.2%.  That means half of the average publisher’s ads are not seen and do not earn any income for the publisher. With the steep growth of Programmatic ad buying site specific purchases are becoming rarer for traditional ad units.  Advertisers are purchasing audiences using behavioral data and are matching that to the cheapest inventory they can find to cherry pick the best audience for their product. So CNN gets a low ball ad buy and the advertiser only buys the ads viewed by the optimal prospects for their products.  If a Publisher can attract a premium audience perhaps they can maximize their ad revenue.  But even the most premium Publishers (ie: Wall Street Journal, Time Inc., Vogue etc) cannot consistently attract…

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