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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. 

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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NY ad firm Intent Media looks to European expansion

NY ad com­pa­ny Intent Media, which spe­cial­izes in adver­tis­ing prod­ucts for the trav­el indus­try, has raised $22.7 mil­lion in new fund­ing. Ads based on real-time intent  As any art direc­tors or account man­agers who vis­it these pages will be aware, we like to focus on up-and-com­ing online adver­tis­ing agen­cies and oth­er fledg­ling firms much of the time here. But some­times, it’s good to see how a more estab­lished com­pa­ny is doing. And Intent Media, by all accounts, has been doing extra­or­di­nar­i­ly well. The Series C round (led by New York’s Insight Ven­ture Part­ners) brings the company’s total fund­ing since its 2009 launch to $51 mil­lion. Investors, it would seem, are more than impressed by Intent’s per­for­mance. Its tech­nol­o­gy, which mea­sures poten­tial con­sumers’ “real-time intent” on the basis of their brows­ing behav­ior and then sends ads based on each indi­vid­ual vis­i­tor, has attract­ed a glit­ter­ing client list. Names include Expe­dia, Hotwire, Trav­e­loc­i­ty, ebookers.com, lastminute.com, Hotel Club, Trav­el­port, Hip­munk, Cheap Tick­ets and Orb­itz. Even the most sea­soned and unruf­fled account man­ag­er would have to con­cede that that adds up to a pres­ti­gious and envi­able batch of accounts. Real-time con­sumer intent track­ing has clear­ly got legs, and Intent Media has estab­lished a rep­u­ta­tion…

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The BAM Connection agency launches: ad creativity through simplicity

Brooklyn’s high-tech Dum­bo dis­trict has a new adver­tis­ing agency in the form of ‘The BAM Con­nec­tion’, which launched on June 30th. BAM Con­nec­tion, not BAM Busi­ness devel­op­ment man­agers famil­iar with Brook­lyn could be for­giv­en for feel­ing a lit­tle baf­fled about why a new ad agency should name itself for the Brook­lyn Acad­e­my of Music (which also uses the three-let­ter acronym “BAM”). But they’d be bark­ing up the wrong tree. The agency’s name is actu­al­ly derived from the sur­names its two co-founders, Rob Baioc­co and Mau­reen Mal­dari, both for­mer exec­u­tives with Grey World­wide. As Baioc­co puts it: “That’s just how you name an ad agency. Peo­ple in our indus­try know us as Baioc­co and Mal­dari. We’re proud of our rep­u­ta­tion — we just know the names are long.” Ms. Mal­dari con­firmed that, while both she and Mr. Baioc­co like the Brook­lyn Acad­e­my of Music, they have no ties to it and didn’t dis­cuss the poten­tial for get­ting lost in Google search results (and, if our busi­ness devel­op­ment man­ag­er is skep­ti­cal, just try this: Google “The Bam Con­nec­tion” and you’re brought right to the agency’s list­ings). Although new­ly opened, the agency has already acquired an impres­sive client ros­ter fea­tur­ing names like Wran­gler…

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Johannes Leonardo is TTI Floor Care’s new lead agency

New York’s fash­ion-savvy bou­tique agency Johannes Leonar­do has just land­ed a mas­sive deal as TTI Floor care’s Agency of Record. One big account after anoth­er Cre­ative art direc­tors and hard-head­­ed account man­agers alike tend to be keen­ly inter­est­ed in rel­a­tive­ly small shops which begin to achieve mete­oric suc­cess, and JL cer­tain­ly falls into this cat­e­go­ry. Mul­ti-award win­ning, the agency only last month won the cov­et­ed Estee Laud­er account. And now it’s king adver­tis­ing pin for the biggest floor care com­pa­ny in North Amer­i­ca (as our busi­ness savvy account man­ag­er might sur­mise, if you’re going to adver­tise for the vac­u­um­ing busi­ness, you might as well adver­tise for all of it). The deal means JL will now han­dle giant brands like Hoover, Oreck and Dirt Dev­il as well as the UK’s best-sel­l­­ing floor care brand, Vax. And the evi­dence is that TTI Floor Care is aggres­sive­ly upping its adver­tis­ing spend, which Adweek reports soared from $27 mil­lion in 2012 (for Hoover, Oreck and Dirt Dev­il) to a stag­ger­ing $67 mil­lion in 2013. Blown away Announc­ing the deal, TTI Floor Care’s CMO, Alan Grave­ly, told Adweek and AdAge: “We were impressed with all the agen­cies we spoke with, but we were blown away…

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Upworthy’s recently launched promoted posts are a resounding success

Over just three months, “pro­mot­ed posts” (native adver­tis­ing) on NY start­up Upwor­thy have out­per­formed the site’s stan­dard edi­to­r­i­al posts. Adver­tis­ing as mean­ing­ful posts Every busi­ness devel­op­ment man­ag­er in Adland now knows that Upworthy’s spe­cial­i­ty is get­ting vis­i­tors to click on entic­ing head­lines and send the con­tent viral by shar­ing. With 10 mil­lion unique vis­i­tors in June alone, this NYC start­up is cer­tain­ly going places; and with brand adver­tis­ing through “pro­mot­ed posts” putting in such a strong per­for­mance, the tra­jec­to­ry is def­i­nite­ly up. Resem­bling its NY neigh­bor Buz­zFeed in some respects, Upwor­thy curates and repack­ages select­ed con­tent through clev­er­ly craft­ed head­lines that just beseech you to share them. But as well-informed busi­ness devel­op­ment man­agers will be aware, Upworthy’s dis­tin­guish­ing fea­ture is its empha­sis on mean­ing­ful posts, as opposed to tit­il­lat­ing tit­­tle-tat­­tle or per­son­al­i­ty quizzes. Now, that might have posed a prob­lem for those inter­est­ed in the arts of dri­ving online adver­tis­ing sales. But three months ago, Unilever became the first big brand to work with Upwor­thy on its new “Col­lab­o­ra­tions” pro­gram, with a native adver­tis­ing cam­paign con­sist­ing of pro­mot­ed posts and curat­ed con­tent to pro­mote the “Project Sun­light” ini­tia­tive. This aimed at encour­ag­ing peo­ple to live sus­tain­ably in Unilever’s terms, “cre­ate…

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