5 Examples of Truly Unique Company Culture

When I start a job search, a huge factor that notates whether or not I send in an application is a company culture I can see myself contributing to and thriving in. I am totally one of the candidates who won’t apply to a company with a negative reputation.
Companies are defined by the values and protocol set in place. This is what a company culture is.

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TechBytes with Robert McGovern, CEO at PreciseTarget

What inspired you to start PreciseTarget?
It all started with a question: why don’t all retailers personalize their e-commerce experience? The journey led me to understand that retailers have sparse data about their customers. For example, the largest non-Amazon apparel retailer averages only two items sold per customer, per year.

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With Product Video Marketing, Customers Are Instantly Captivated and Conversions Become Effortless!

The e-commerce industry is a wonderful thing. Business owners can set up shop and start making sales to buyers all over the world in no time. Shoppers enjoy endless options from stores and brands across the globe. But despite the many advantages it offers both buyers and business owners, it can be challenging for online retailers to come up with new and exciting ways to wow their online audience.

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TechBytes with Jim Scott, Director, Enterprise Architecture at MapR

How did you start in this space? What galvanized you to start at MapR?
I use to work in Digital Ad Tech. While in that industry we had requirements for very low latency and high-volume throughput. We needed a new, better scaling database and ended up selecting MapR. We were able to scale up to 60 billion ad requests per day on MapR.

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What Is Content Seeding & How Does It Work? [Examples]

Every summer, I start a vegetable garden. I purchase seeds, plant them in various places in my backyard, tend to them, and with the help of the right weather conditions, help them grow. Why am I talking about gardening on a marketing blog?
Content seeding. But instead of planting zucchini seeds, marketers plant content to grow brand awareness and leads.

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Cloud Based Video Conferencing Service, IVCi, Discusses the Best Way to Start Your Career in the AV Technology Field

Cloud based video conferencing service, IVCi, discusses the best way to start your career in the Audio Visual (AV) technology field.
The AV technology industry is currently thriving. Therefore, a career as an AV technician is a great opportunity for someone looking to get into the technology space.

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HubSpot Diamond Partners B2B Marketing Lab and MPULL Sign Strategic Partnership to Establish Closer Working Ties

International HubSpot Diamond Partners, The B2B Marketing Lab and MPULL join forces to start an unrivalled international HubSpot support team with offices in UK, South Africa, Singapore, Finland and Germany
London-based International growth marketing consultancy The B2B Marketing Laboratory has today signed a strategic partnership agreement with South Africa-based digital transformation, custome

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Nov. 2019 Social Media Water Cooler: New Ad Capabilities & Automatic Ad Translations

Published November 13, 2019
 
 
Let’s start November’s Social Media Water Cooler with a social media advertising term you should know!
Pixel: This is a snippet of code that is inserted onto your website to gather analytics and data on customers and their actions on your website. Through Facebook, you can use these pixels to retarget customers and show them ads based on their activity.

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3 Reasons Why SEO’s Are Upset About Google’s Rel=nofollow Announcement

To understand what rel=nofollow is, we’ll start with an example.
Let’s say I’m a Wikipedia editor, and I’ve recently written a page about zebras. My page is getting hundreds of views, and is ranking on page one of Google for the search term, “Zebra”.
Following the success of my Wikipedia page, I get an email in my inbox.

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Summer of Data Science 2018 #SoDS18 Launch Day!

Memorial Day is the unofficial start of summer in the U.S., so in the past, we’ve also used it as the start date for the Summer of Data Science! The main goal of the Summer of Data Science is to learn something new during a fixed period of time, and share your progress and references to help and inspire others (and to get help from and get inspired by others, too!).

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Infinite Mixture Models with Nonparametric Bayes and the Dirichlet Process

Imagine you’re a budding chef. A data-curious one, of course, so you start by taking a set of foods (pizza, salad, spaghetti, etc.) and ask 10 friends how much of each they ate in the past day.
Your goal: to find natural groups of foodies, so that you can better cater to each cluster’s tastes.

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