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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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