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Fareportal The 3rd Largest Online Travel Agency You’ve Never Heard of

The 3rd Largest Online Travel Agency You've Never Heard of

Fare­por­tal com­bines the best of the tra­di­tion­al world with the ease and con­ve­nience and tech­nol­o­gy of our new dig­i­tal world. Here at Media Jobs we’re always look­ing for employ­ment oppor­tu­ni­ties that are under the radar, those up and com­ing com­pa­nies that the aver­age job seek­er would­n’t even know to send a resume to. Today we’re tak­ing our search into the world of trav­el agen­cies, specif­i­cal­ly online trav­el agen­cies, or OTAs. You might be sur­prised to find out what a small world that is in terms of major play­ers. Let’s see, first there’s Expe­dia of course. Then there’s Trav­e­loc­i­ty. No wait, Expe­dia owns them now. Okay, so there’s Orb­itz. Except Expe­dia owns them too. Ah, Triva­go. Owned by Expe­dia. Hotwire? Yep.  Hotels.com? Dit­to. Expe­dia has pret­ty much swal­lowed up almost every major OTA out there, with a few excep­tions. The first excep­tion is Price­line, because no one owns William Shat­ner. The sec­ond is… Fare­por­tal. Who, you ask? Fare­por­tal, I repeat. They are now (since Expe­dia bought Orb­itz) the third largest OTA in the world, and you’ve prob­a­bly nev­er heard of them. Of course the first thing that would prob­a­bly jump to mind is that this fact illus­trates what a mega-giant Expe­dia has…

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Sprinklr is Up Close and Personal in a Big Way

Sprinklr is Up Close and Personal in a Big Way

What if you could talk to mil­lions of peo­ple one at a time and do it in less than 60 sec­onds.  Sprin­klr is the world’s first per­son­al­ized scal­able social media plat­form. Does any­one remem­ber Tweet­deck? It was one of the first social media man­age­ment plat­forms to be wide­ly adopt­ed by both indi­vid­u­als and busi­ness­es, way back long ago. Then they basi­cal­ly went under. In the last five years or so, social media man­age­ment com­pa­nies and soft­ware have boomed from a niche group to one f the dri­ving forces in mod­ern mar­ket­ing and cus­tomer ser­vice oper­a­tions. And the seg­ment is grow­ing more and more. But the focus has expand­ed expo­nen­tial­ly. Tweet­deck essen­tial­ly let you post to Twit­ter and Face­book (before remov­ing the Face­book func­tion­al­i­ty and falling flat) and mon­i­tor your feeds with fil­ters. Rev­o­lu­tion­ary once, less than the most basic require­ment today. Now social media man­age­ment must be holis­tic in its approach, because social media has gone from being a sub­set of the online world to the cen­ter of it. Every­thing revolves around it. Like the eye of a hur­ri­cane. Imag­ine the online world as that hur­ri­cane. Your emails, web­sites, social accounts, online soft­ware plat­forms, blogs, retail­ers, and so on, swirling…

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The Techcrunch Interviews: FuseMachines Artificial Intelligence Lead Machine

Fusemachines on Media Jobs

The arti­fi­cial Intel­li­gence lead machine has arrived!   The name of the lead mas­ter is Fusema­chines and Sameer Maskey is the Founder and CEO and his team have been devel­op­ing the soft­ware that applies Arti­fi­cial Intel­li­gence, Nat­ur­al Lan­guage Pro­cess­ing and Machine Learn­ing to the process of lead gen­er­a­tion for B2B com­pa­nies. At Media Jobs we are always inter­est­ed in find­ing the most inno­v­a­tive com­pa­nies where you might want to work.  The big talk today is about Arti­fi­cial Intel­li­gence and today we’re talk­ing with a com­pa­ny that is using the tech­nol­o­gy to dri­ve more sales. Its tak­en 3 PHD’s and 30 engi­neers to cre­ate SAM, the name they are call­ing their AI sys­tem.  But it gets bet­ter.  SAM inter­acts with humans through emails, mobile apps and sales soft­ware and learns from user behav­ior to per­form some of the same tasks auto­mat­i­cal­ly. SAM learns and improves itself every­day! Today, with a staff of 80 the com­pa­ny is blaz­ing a trail to take the pain out of lead gen so that us humans can focus more on cash gen­er­a­tion then lead gen­er­a­tion.  If you like what you hear check out some of the jobs avail­able now at Fusema­chines. In this pod­cast I speak with Alex Roeskestad from Fusema­chines…

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The Techcrunch Interviews: Talkitt: Giving Disabled People a Voice

The Techcrunch Interviews: Talkitt: Giving Disabled People a Voice

At Media Jobs we like to bring you the most inno­v­a­tive com­pa­nies.  In this inter­view we will learn about a dis­abil­i­ty inno­va­tion from a new com­pa­ny that could help dis­abled peo­ple regain their voice. About 1.5% of peo­ple in the West­ern World have some form of com­mu­ni­ca­tions lim­i­ta­tions due to med­ical con­di­tions includ­ing Motor Neu­rone Dis­ease, Cere­bral Pal­sy, Stroke, Brain Dam­age and Autism. Cur­rent “talk” solu­tions uti­lize body move­ments how­ev­er they do not tru­ly enable the indi­vid­u­als to actu­al­ly speak.   Talkitt is unique in that it is an inex­pen­sive smart phone app that will use the users own voice to com­mu­ni­cate. Imag­ine hav­ing some­thing to say but no way to com­mu­ni­cate it.  Talkitt’s Chief Exec­u­tive (CEO) Dan­ny Weiss­berg came up with the idea in Israel back in 2012 after his grand­moth­er had a stroke that severe­ly impaired her speech. We spoke with Talkit­t’s US head of Busi­ness Devel­op­ment, Sara Smol­ley to learn more about this yet to be released prod­uct.   Roy: This is Roy Weiss­man from MediaJobs.com. We’re talk­ing with Sara Smol­ley from Voiceitt.   You have a prod­uct called Talkitt. What is Talkitt? What was the rea­son for cre­at­ing it? What prob­lems are we solv­ing.   Sara: Talkitt is…

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The 63 Year Old Gaming Publisher

The 63 Year Old Gaming Publisher Publisher's Clearing House

If you’re look­ing for media jobs with new and inno­v­a­tive com­pa­nies, it’s like­ly that you may have inves­ti­gat­ed oppor­tu­ni­ties with a gam­ing pub­lish­er. After all, gam­ing is one of the fastest grow­ing and most pop­u­lar mar­kets in the world with­in the sphere of tech­nol­o­gy. But gam­ing isn’t only, as many think of it, devel­op­ing MMORPGs or the next Minecraft. In fact, if you’re look­ing for a job in gam­ing that’s kind of under the radar with prob­a­bly a lot less com­pe­ti­tion, you might want to con­sid­er jobs at Pub­lish­er’s Clear­ing House. Yes, you read that right. Con­fused? Don’t be. The com­pa­ny that you prob­a­bly asso­ciate with mag­a­zines, large checks being deliv­ered to peo­ple’s doors while the cam­eras are rolling, and prob­a­bly old­er peo­ple (if you’re being hon­est) is actu­al­ly the fifth largest gam­ing pub­lish­er in the world today. Yes, real­ly. PCH uses gam­ing and flash-pur­chase oppor­tu­ni­ties to keep their cus­tomers enter­tained and engaged once they’ve reg­is­tered online in the hopes of get­ting one of those big checks deliv­ered to their own door. How is a 63 Year Old Gam­ing Pub­lish­er the 5th Largest? For­get about the mag­a­zine sub­scrip­tions your grand­moth­er bought try­ing to win big with the com­pa­ny, today’s PCH is all about data and mar­ket­ing automa­tion. The com­pa­ny…

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