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We fea­ture infor­ma­tion about cut­ting edge up and com­ing com­pa­nies, peo­ple and new prod­ucts that can enhance your career. Mediajobs.com is the author­i­ty for career intel­li­gence in the media and tech indus­tries. If you are cur­rent­ly in an adver­tis­ing job, look­ing for adver­tis­ing jobs, entry lev­el adver­tis­ing jobs, mar­ket­ing adver­tis­ing jobs and want to keep cur­rent about the newest cut­ting edge com­pa­nies and prod­ucts we have cre­at­ed Media Jobs for you. Read about some of the most inno­v­a­tive mar­keters in Adver­tis­ing and dig­i­tal media includ­ing Star­com, WPP, Pub­li­cis Group, Deutsch, Omin­com Group, Viva­ki, Havas, Inter­pub­lic, Oglivy and Math­er and lots more. We’ll also talk about some of the newest up and com­ing agen­cies includ­ing Droga5, Razor­fish, Dig­i­tas Rokkan, BFG9000, Moth­er, Leo Bur­nett, Pro­fero, Golin­Har­ris, Maxus, Muh­tayzik-Hof­fer, Merkle, McGar­ry­Bowen, Grey , 72andSunny, 360i, Trans­la­tion and in the His­pan­ic mar­ket Alma, Lat­in­works and La Comu­nidad. Dig­i­tal only agen­cies includ­ing VML and agen­cies made for Sil­i­con Val­ley includ­ing Evo­lu­tion Bureau. Cre­ativ­i­ty plays a role in adver­tis­ing and some of the most cre­ative shops include AKQA, BBDO, BBH, Wieden & Kennedy and Good­by Sil­ver­stein & Part­ners. Arti­cles about the most sig­nif­i­cant adver­tis­ing com­pa­nies are right below. You can also search for Adver­tis­ing Jobs by click­ing here or using the search box on this page. 

Kargo — from struggling start-up to top mobile advertising agency

New York’s ‘Kar­go’ has learned a thing or two about being a mobile adver­tis­ing agency since 2003; and its $50 mil­lion annu­al rev­enue proves it. An ‘exis­ten­tial evo­lu­tion’ Peo­ple with media jobs in a fledg­ling mobile adver­tis­ing agency may strug­gle to com­pre­hend how a busi­ness can be that suc­cess­ful AND buy out its for­mer finan­cial back­ers only five years after it launched (which is what Kargo’s founder and CEO Lar­ry Kargman did back in 2008). It may there­fore come as some com­fort to know that it wasn’t plain sail­ing at the out­set. In the ear­ly days, Kar­go strug­gled to sur­vive with its orig­i­nal focus: down­load­able media like games and ring­tones. Kargman took heed of what the media com­pa­nies he was work­ing with were say­ing about what they real­ly need­ed: in a word, that was adver­tis­ing. And Kar­go duly began to switch empha­sis, mor­ph­ing (or under­go­ing an “exis­ten­tial evo­lu­tion,” as Kargman puts it) into a mobile adver­tis­ing spe­cial­ist con­cen­trat­ing its efforts on the mobile web. Kargman told TechCrunch jour­nal­ist Anton­hy Ha: “We fig­ured out that for us to exist, we would need to become real­ly good at devel­op­ing great mobile web expe­ri­ences.” Seri­ous­ly smooth native ads Alysia Bor­sa, Senior VP of…

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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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NY ad analytics startup Dstillery looks to international expansion

New York’s ad ana­lyt­ics start­up Dstillery is look­ing beyond the U.S. in a bold expan­sion plan after rais­ing $24 mil­lion in Series C fund­ing. Dis­till­ing data The com­pa­ny began life in 2008 as Media6Degrees and adopt­ed its new moniker in Sep­tem­ber last year. Prod­uct man­agers with an inter­est in ad tech might quick­ly work out why: announc­ing the change of name last year, the firm’s CMO Eliz­a­beth Hell­mann said that it cap­tured “the essence of our core tech­nol­o­gy — dis­till­ing moun­tains of data to pro­duce pure brand-lean­ing audi­ences.” The lat­est cash injec­tion has almost dou­bled the startup’s total fund­ing to date (it raised $17 mil­lion in Series B back in 2010, when the total stood at $28 mil­lion. It’s now $52 mil­lion). As it hap­pens, the com­pa­ny hadn’t actu­al­ly intend­ed to raise any more mon­ey. It was approach­ing prof­itabil­i­ty and things were just fine and dandy. But then it saw a big oppor­tu­ni­ty open­ing up on the mobile side of the busi­ness and decid­ed it need­ed some cash to embrace it. Busi­ness savvy prod­uct man­agers would prob­a­bly agree that, in this con­stant­ly evolv­ing mar­ket­place, stand­ing still isn’t an option. Dstillery’s tech­nol­o­gy can iden­ti­fy core con­sumer behav­ior sig­nals from an immense…

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NY’s Yodle aims big with IPO and new HQ

Things are on the up for online ad firm Yodle: it’s just filed for a $75 mil­lion IPO and signed the lease for a swanky new office. Phe­nom­e­nal suc­cess Art direc­tors and account man­agers who work for online adver­tis­ing agen­cies in the Big Apple may already have heard of Yodle. Found­ed in New York 2005, it spe­cial­izes in help­ing local busi­ness­es achieve the most effec­tive online adver­tis­ing cam­paigns, with a plat­form encom­pass­ing email mar­ket­ing, inter­net mar­ket­ing social media mar­ket­ing, reviews and rec­om­men­da­tions, mar­ket­ing automa­tion, SEO and local search. In a nut­shell, Yodle is a lead-gen­er­at­ing machine that helps local busi­ness­es adver­tise their prod­ucts and ser­vices by deliv­er­ing opti­mal search results on all the major search engines. Yodle ads will point straight to its customer’s web­sites and lets them track the effec­tive­ness of their online mar­ket­ing from a sin­gle, per­son­al­ized per­for­mance dash­board. Busi­­ness-savvy account man­agers may also appre­ci­ate that it’s been phe­nom­e­nal­ly suc­cess­ful. In 2005, it had a mere 9 employ­ees. Between 2007 and 2010, its annu­al rev­enue soared by a stag­ger­ing 700 per­cent, its staff head­count bal­looned to 250 and its client ros­ter sky­rock­et­ed from 600 to 5000. Today, that’s explod­ed to 45,000 local busi­ness­es, the staff head­count now tops…

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NY’s Tremor Video goes on an appointments spree

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Things are mov­ing fast at Tremor Video: it’s made a flur­ry of new appoint­ments and launched a new cam­paign on video viewa­bil­i­ty stan­dards. Hir­ing spree Prod­uct man­agers with an inter­est in ad tech may recall that we last vis­it­ed Tremor Video here in April, when it launched a new auto­mat­ed cross-screen opti­miza­tion ser­vice for agen­cies want­i­ng the best ROI on their video ads. This week, the video ad tech start­up has been extend­ing its reach with some impor­tant new appoint­ments and a pro-bono edu­ca­tion­al cam­paign aimed at enlight­en­ing the ad indus­try on the Media Rat­ing Council’s new video viewa­bilty stan­dards. On Tues­day, the com­pa­ny announced that it had appoint­ed erst­while Yahoo direc­tor Sue Hunt to a new­­ly-cre­at­ed role as Head of Pro­gram­mat­ic for its Euro­pean oper­a­tions. She brings a glit­ter­ing list of achieve­ments with her, hav­ing also worked for three years as the EMEA direc­tor of ad exchange Right Media. In her new role, Ms. Hunt will take on the task of devel­op­ing part­ner­ships between her new employ­er and agency trad­ing desks all over Europe. Anoth­er day, anoth­er appoint­ment: on Tues­day, Tremor announced the appoint­ment of Jay Baum as VP of Agency Busi­ness Devel­op­ment. He’ll have his feet under a…

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