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VivaKi Partners With Nativo For Native Ad Campaigns Native advertising startup Nativo and VivaKi , a tech-focused agency within ad giant Publicis , announced today that they’ve formed a strategic partnership — basically, VivaKi will be using Nativo technology to run campaigns for Publicis clients. The partnership is another sign that the ad industry is becoming interested in native advertising (a loose term that basically covers sponsored posts and other ads that match the format of the surrounding content) generally and Nativo particularly. Rishad Tobaccowala, VivaKi’s chief strategy and innovation officer, told me that this is part of the agency’s interest in “next generation storytelling.” As for why VivaKi is partnering with Nativo in particular, Tobaccowala said that the big challenge with native has been achieving scale. The two companies have a relationship that started before the formal partnership, even before Nativo changed its name from PostRelease earlier this year, Tobaccowala said. → Learn more
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Interviews Nightclub Doorman Confesses Nightlife Secrets City Never Sleeps gets a few doormen to confess the secrets of the nightlife. For confidential reasons we can not disclose their names or workplace. We wouldn’t want them to get fired now, would we? Read Full Story The Combat Jack Show: Jessica Rosenblum Interview You really don’t know Jack until you talk to Jessica Rosenblum. Read Full Story Day In The Life: Candice Galek Candice Galek has been working in the nightlife industry as a bartender and waitress for about 5 years. Read Full Story Day In The Life: Lala Santolla Lala Santolla has been in the hospitality service since the age of 16, then transitioned over to the nightlife industry as a go go dancer. Read Full Story The Craziest Things Witnessed in a Nightclub (Part 1) We chatted with a few staff members of a nightclub to discuss some of the craziest things they have witnessed during club hours. Read Full Story Q&A: Club Owners Scott Sartiano & Richie Akiva What sets 1 OAK apart from its peers?
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Presentation, Presentation, Presentation This week's column by Ctein After my earlier column, "We Need Our Audiences," Kathy Li (a.k.a. inkista) and I continued to discuss online venues and audiences. When I wrote that column, I got things a little wrong. Now, why did I discount Flickr? So, no, it's not a disrespect for Flickr. No, it doesn't guarantee that they'll like your work, but it gets you past the hurdle of unconscious dismissal. A photo from Dave Reichert's clean, simple, and functional website To me, Flickr is just what it says it is, a social sharing site for photographs. Yes, some folks can look at photographs that way and do the deep investment/scrutiny thing almost instinctively and with astonishing rapidity. Serviceable siteI repeat, this kind of casual social viewing is a fine thing, in and of itself. It doesn't have to be a fabulous site, it just has to be serviceable. Mostly it's about having the web equivalent of a nice, competent looking portfolio case or binder. ©2013 by Ctein, all rights reserved
DAILY CHIEFERS | Smokin' and Bloggin' Producer/rapper Hit-boy releases a new track Grindin’ My Whole Life featuring n.no, B. Carr, Big Hit, Audio Push, Bmactthequeen, and Kent M$ney. This cut will appear on the HS87 compilation project We The Plug, due out this year. Read More While we await the release of Logic’s While You Wait EP, the VMG artist keeps the anticipation going with releasing a collaboration between him and Big Sean titled Aright. Read More Producer C4 releases the full version of the record he produced for Young Thug featuring IAMSU!. Read More The homie Sean Falyon enlisted Roc Nation’s Brandon Rossy on his latest joint, Truth Be Told. Read More Joey Bada$$ releases a new track in honor of UFC light heavyweight Phil Davis who will be walking out to this record before his fight on Saturday night on the UCF 172 PPV. Read More Shortly ago, Pharrell released a new video for his single, Marilyn Monroe off of his latest solo album, G I R L. Read More (more…) Read More (more…) Read More Read More G.O.O.D.