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  • Merkle Acquires San Francisco-based 5th Finger
    Merkle, a customer relationship marketing (CRM) firm based in Columbia, MD, recently acquired San Francisco-based technology-enabled mobile solutions provider 5th Finger. Merkle hopes the acquisition will strengthen their current mobile ...
  • TubeMogul Recognized as an AlwaysOn Global 250 Winner
    Emeryville-based TubeMogul this week announced that it was selected as an AlwaysOn Global 250 winner. The company saw major success with their media buying platform for video advertising launch last ...
  • Peter Herschberger Joins Guarantee Digital SF
    Guarantee Digital announced Tuesday that Peter Herschberger has joined their Digital Marketing and Solutions team, which is opening an office in the San Francisco Bay Area. Daryl Hively CEO of ...
  • Oracle Buys Involver, Extends Social Spree
    Oracle has acquired social media marketing startup Involver as it continues to expand its presence in the market for social media services. It marks the third acquisition in the emerging ...
  • Tapjoy and Kontagent Form Strategic Partnership
    Two San Francisco companies, Tapjoy and Kontagent, Wednesday announced a partnership that will strengthen both of their roles in the mobile app industry. Tapjoy, a mobile advertising platform, will receive ...
  • AdRoll Raises $15 Mil To Up Real-Time Reach
    The San Francisco-based company already boasts over 5,000 customers worldwide, and claims to be adding nearly 500 new customers per month. AdRoll says it grew revenue over 400% last year, ...
  • SIM Partners Opens Satellite Office in San Francisco
    Social, local and mobile marketing technology provider, SIM Partners, a company with over 25,000 businesses using their technology, has expanded their operations with an office in San Francisco. The new ...
  • DC Shoes' CBO Gives The City of San Francisco An Ad
    Ad Age is impressed by how many brands are involved in the 10-minute video of a car racing through an empty San Francisco. Among the brands Ad Age says Block's ...
  • AKQA Acquisition Helps WPP Reach No. 1 U.S. Digital Agency Group
    As of July, new estimates from RECMA report WPP has jumped ahead of Publicis to become number one in digital market shares. This is in no small part due to ...
  • Duncan/Channon Secures Palms Casino Resort Business
    San Francisco advertising agency Duncan/Channon yesterday annnounced that it will lead branding and advertising efforts for the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas. Duncan/Channon will help reposition the brand and ...
  • AdsWizz Names Rockie Thomas US VP of Business Development
    San Francisco-based digital advertising solutions provider AdsWizz today announced the hiring of Rockie Thomas as vice president of business development. Thomas' role will be to "spearhead" the partnerships and business ...
  • Stephen Corsi Appointed VP of US Digital Marketing for LEWIS PR
    Stephen Corsi joins the San Francisco agency LEWIS PR with over 18 years of experience in traditional and digital marketing. The company said that Corsi's main responsibilities will be creating ...
  • SAY Media Names TIME Magazine Worldwide Publisher As New President
    Effective September 1, 2012, Kimberly Kelleher, TIME Magazine Worldwide publisher, will be the new president of SAY Media. SAY Media's current president, Troy Young, will vacate his position at the ...
  • LiveRail Unveils Tool To Block Unwanted Ads For Publishers
    LiveRail, a San Francisco-based video ad platform for publishers, this week unveiled "Checkpoint," a tool that allows publishers to block unwanted ads from a real-time bidding environment before they are ...
  • PR News' SEO Workshop San Francisco 2012
    PR News is hosting an SEO workshop at the Hyatt Regency San Francisco on August 8, 2012 from 1 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. ...
  • Tapjoy Continues Movement Into Entertainment App Space
    Tapjoy, a San Francisco-based mobile advertising platform, yesterday announced a partnership with Popcornflix. Tapjoy will develop and market an app called Popcornflix GOLD, a "movie-streaming mobile application," which will also ...
  • Rachel Buckley Joins MG Design's San Francisco Office
    Rachel Buckley has joined exhibit design company MG Design as sales and marketing coordinator. Buckley will be working from MG's San Francisco office after previously living in southern California. ...
  • TubeMogul Partners With Innovid
    TubeMogul, a Bay Area-based real-time media buying platform and digital advertising agency, announced Friday that it would partner with Innovid, an interactive video technology provider. The two companies hope to ...
  • Goodby, Silverstein Partner with Cisco
    Goodby Silverstein & Partners was last week selected as the advertising agency of record for Cisco Systems Inc. ...
  • Bob Walczak Joins PubMatic As Vice President
    Palo Alto-based PubMatic last week hired Bob Walczak as vice president. Walczak is an innovative mind in the mobile ad space, and will be working with PubMatic's mobile and emerging ...
  • BlueKai Names Cory Treffiletti To Executive Team For Marketing
    BlueKai on Tuesday named Cory Treffiletti its first Senior Vice President for marketing. The appointment is effective immediately. Treffiletti will oversee all marketing strategies for the company's data and platform ...
  • Demandbase Releases Content Marketing Guide, Infographic
    Demandbase, a "real-time targeting and personalization platform for B2B," yesterday released an infographic to help marketers decide what technology to use and when to use it with their content marketing. ...
  • How Vungle Went From London To Silicon Valley
    How exactly did Vungle, a mobile advertising startup, makes its way from London to Silicon Valley? After seeing an ad saying there was one spot left in "AngelPad's batch," a ...
  • RockYou Moves to San Francisco
    RockYou, a social gaming company, last week relocated from Redwood City to San Francisco. The struggling company reportedly cut over 100 employees last year after large layoffs in October 2 ...
  • Shutterfly Teams With Hallmark Cards
    Shutterfly has upgraded its new greeting card website, treat.com, by teaming up with Hallmark. There will be more than 1,000 Hallmark-designed customizable cards on treat.com, combining Hallmark's creativity with Shutterfly's ...
  • Sharethrough Announces Video Analytics Tool Now Supports Twitter Videos
    Sharethrough, a San Francisco-based advertising technology platform, announced that its "Sharethrough Promoted Video Analytics" product now supports videos on Twitter. When ad advertiser pays to promote their videos through Twitter, ...
  • Michele Murgel Named VP of Human Resources at Coupons.com
    Coupons.com will announce later today that Michele Murgel will join the company as vice president of human resources. With over 25 years of human resource experience, Murgel will help maintain ...
  • Valassis Buys Brand.net
    Valassis says it is acquiring Brand.net, a Silicon Valley-based display, video and mobile advertising network and technology platform, in an effort to expand its digital business. The Livonia, Mich.-based company, ...
  • Coke and Ford Believe in Ads on Facebook
    Ford Motor Co. and Coca-Cola Co will both expand their advertising campaigns on Facebook. The support from Ford and Coke comes at a good time for Facebook. Ever since General ...
  • Roaring Pajamas Providing SEO Audits
    Roaring Pajamas, a San Carlos-based digital marketing agency, is providing new SEO audits for its clients. Google's recent algorithm updates - "Panda" and "Penguin" - caused search performance to decrease ...