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Giftbit is Giving You Your own Online Currency and Gift Cards

Giftbit is Giving You Your own Online Currency and Gift Cards

When Leif Baradoy was help­ing his broth­er move he found a draw­er full of unused gift cards. This was the inspi­ra­tion for Gift­bit, the com­pa­ny Baradoy would go on to found with Peter Locke. Gift­bit offers com­pa­nies a ser­vice where they can send cus­tomers dig­i­tal gift cards with set expi­ra­tion dates through email, then fol­low up via email to remind the cus­tomers to use the cards before they expire. Because of their busi­ness mod­el, the com­pa­ny los­es no mon­ey if the cus­tomer does­n’t respond. “Gift­bit cus­tomers are able to track, audit, and man­age their gift card offers and cam­paigns down to the recip­i­ent lev­el,” Baradoy told Geek­Wire last fall. The com­pa­ny received ven­ture fund­ing ear­ly in 2016 from Founder’s Co-op and Freestyle, and in the time between then and now have iden­ti­fied a need that they have just announced dur­ing TechCrunch Dis­rupt SF that they will fill, the need for a busi­ness to be able to cre­ate their own dig­i­tal cur­ren­cy on the fly and in what­ev­er form they want — pro­mo codes, refund cred­its, or dig­i­tal gift cards for sale. This new offer­ing can help busi­ness­es in a num­ber of ways, but the one that jumps out to me is retain­ing prof­its when a cus­tomer decides they want…

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Visionect Can Turn Traffic into an Advertising Opportunity

Visionect Can Turn Traffic into an Advertising Opportunity

“What did that sign say?” If you say you’ve nev­er asked a pas­sen­ger that while dri­ving down a high­way, you’re lying. Sta­t­ic bill­boards and traf­fic signs are easy to miss, espe­cial­ly when you have to con­cen­trate on the road in traf­fic. So what’s the answer for adver­tis­ers and traf­fic agen­cies? One is the dig­i­tal bill­boards that change their mes­sage every few sec­onds, but they’re still sta­tion­ary and only allow for mul­ti­ple ads in a sin­gle sign. Anoth­er is using the sides and backs of large trucks as mov­ing bill­boards. Now we’re get­ting some­where, but there are still down­sides. Like the fact that paint­ed or print­ed ads don’t change, so local or region­al adver­tis­ing isn’t very fea­si­ble on a truck that trav­els cross-coun­try or even cross-con­ti­­nent. Dig­i­tal sig­nage on truck can fix that prob­lem, but they’re hard to see in day­light and can be blind­ing to dri­vers at night. Elec­tron­ic sig­nage com­pa­ny Visionect is solv­ing all of these prob­lems in part­ner­ship with Mer­cedes and Ger­many’s Road­Ads, cre­at­ing e‑ink Road­Ad dis­plays for the backs of trucks that are easy to read (because they use four con­nect­ed e‑ink boards to cre­ate one 3x5 ad space), mobile (because they’re on the back of over…

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What is Happening at UBER at this Very Moment?

What is Happening at UBER at this Very Moment?

Well if you thought Uber had devel­oped a lot of ene­mies in the taxi busi­ness before by bring­ing a new lev­el of com­pe­ti­tion to the some­what monop­o­lized indus­try, you can bet that those ene­mies will be even more incensed with the com­pa­ny’s lat­est move — and per­haps iron­i­cal­ly, bring the very dri­vers that they gave a new lease on work­ing into the ene­my fold. In the last week Uber has unveiled their fleet of self-dri­v­ing cars in the test mar­ket of Pitts­burgh, PA. But before you pull out your smart­phone to jump into the future, you should know that not every­one in the area will nec­es­sar­i­ly get one of these autonomous vehi­cles when they call for a ride. And those who do will be joined by an Uber dri­ver sit­ting behind the wheel just in case and anoth­er in the pas­sen­ger seat tak­ing notes. A hand­ful of Ford Fusions make up the small group of self-dri­v­ing Uber cars in the city, but there will soon be Vol­vo XC90 SUVs join­ing the fray, once they’ve com­plet­ed test­ing in Swe­den. And if you hap­pen to be one of those chomp­ing at the bit for a ride in one because you think it will…

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Is the Operator App a Media Game Changer?

Is the Operator App a media game changer?

Have you heard of the Oper­a­tor App? In the old days, we con­sumers would go through the ardu­ous and time con­sum­ing process of get­ting dressed, get­ting in our vehi­cles, and actu­al­ly phys­i­cal­ly dri­ving to a store — or sev­er­al stores — to buy some­thing. Then we had to park, walk in, find the right depart­ment, and then find the right prod­uct. And if the store we were in did­n’t have the option we want­ed, it was back out to he car and on to the next store to find it. Sounds exhaust­ing, right? Then came the con­sumer’s sav­ior — the inter­net, along with Ama­zon and oth­er online retail­ers. Now we can stay in our PJs, save our gas mon­ey, and browse through mul­ti­ple online stores in less time than it used to take us to get to the first store. But there’s a sac­ri­fice involved, name­ly get­ting help. Sure, there are chat box­es, arti­fi­cial intel­li­gence chat­bots,  and reviews, but the first is lit­tle more than a call cen­ter employ­ee with lit­tle prod­uct knowl­edge, chat­bots are just as lim­it­ed with even less per­son­al­i­ty, and the lat­ter prob­a­bly involves many peo­ple paid to post pos­i­tive reviews and oth­er hired to den­i­grate a com­pa­ny…

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Techcrunch Interviews: Timelooper takes You Back in Time

Timelooper media jobs

If you’re look­ing for a vir­tu­al real­i­ty media job and you are a his­to­ry buff then Timeloop­er could be the place for you. Trav­el back 750 years of more using this new mobile app from Timeloop­er.  Timeloop­er is a loca­tion based vir­tu­al real­i­ty mobile appli­ca­tion cre­at­ed to pro­vide more dimen­sions to your trav­el.  In the UK expe­ri­ence the Ger­man bombers from World War 2 or wit­ness the great fire of Lon­don. Vir­tu­al Real­i­ty tech­nol­o­gy seems to be devel­op­ing faster than the pro­gram­ming for it.  Timeloop­er makes deals with loca­tions and venues to bring their sto­ries to life.    The mon­e­ti­za­tion is obvi­ous.  You’ve got to pay to play but the pos­si­bil­i­ties are end­less. While the Timeloop­er folks are look­ing for­ward to putting togeth­er part­ner­ships with the great his­toric land­marks from around the world, I see the oppor­tu­ni­ty to be much larg­er.  Imag­ing going to a loca­tion in New York, Los Ange­les or any­where and being able to expe­ri­ence the the great fire of Lon­don or the colonists land­ing at Bat­tery Park in New York. Cur­rent­ly avail­able at some loca­tions in Lon­don, Timeloop­er is expect­ed to open in New York in 2016. I was able to talk with Alper Ozyurtlu, the Chief…

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