• LiveRamp is one of Silicon Valley's most undervalued companies-and insiders think there could be a 'food fight' by potential acquirers

    26 days ago - By Business Insider

    Tech and advertising types alike are dying to know what will become of LiveRamp, a marketing tech business that recently parted ways with fellow portfolio companies under Acxiom.
    Some insiders think it could get acquired by a marketing platform company like Salesforce or Oracle, especially as M&A heats up in the space in the second half of 2018.
    Others think LiveRamp will benefit greatly from staying independent, and that the company will be valued higher as a Software-as-a-Service company than it ever was as a unit within Acxiom.
    Three week ago, employees at ad tech firm LiveRamp...
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  • Hyper-Localization Is Key To FinTech Expansion, According To Payoneer COO

    Hyper-Localization Is Key To FinTech Expansion, According To Payoneer COO

    27 days ago - By Forbes

    Payoneer may be one of the biggest FinTech companies you've never heard of. Payoneer's first major client was Getty Images back in 2007, which used their services to pay photographers around the globe. As their early clients have grown into major companies, Payoneer has grown up with them.
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  • The Power of 6-Month Reviews and How to Get Them

    27 days ago - By Business 2 Community

    Reviews are one of the most powerful aspects of digital marketing available to us, and any company taking charge of their online reputation has already begun manicuring their review collection and response procedures. How you ask for reviews and how you reward customers who leave reviews will shape the content of the reviews which in turn influences both your SEO results and how future customers will respond when they read your review pages. Naturally, you want your reviews to be positive, but you also want them to be detailed and helpful. Customers trust each other more than they trust a...
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  • Chef'd, one of the first meal kit companies on the market, halted prod

    27 days ago - By AG Web

    Chef'd, one of the first meal kit companies on the market, halted production this week, citing problems with funding. More than 350 employees were laid off Monday at distribution warehouses in New York and California.
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