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  • Microsoft Sponsors Boingo Wi-Fi In NYC, SF
    Wi-Fi provider Boingo Wireless said Microsoft will sponsor free Wi-Fi at locations in Manhattan and San Francisco through the end of the year. The effort will promote this month's laun ...
  • Silicon Rally: Bay Area Startups Host 'Open House,' Will Share Innovation Secrets
    What began as a mountain bike jaunt between two Bay Area pals -- Mediabrands' Brian Monahan and Federated Media's John Battelle -- will launch what its organizers hope will beco ...
  • DEV WATCH: Demandbase Announces API For Salesforce
    San Francisco-based Demandbase, a real-time personalization and targeting platform for B2B, Tuesday announced a Real-Time Identification API for Salesforce.com, another Bay Area company. The announcement was made at Dreamforce. T ...
  • Dentsu, ADK To Market Flipboard
    San Francisco-based Flipboard, the social magazine app, has struck a deal with two of Japan's largest ad agencies, Dentsu and ADK, to help it market the service in Japan, t ...
  • Adap.tv 'Planner' To Optimize Online Video Buys
    With billions of ad dollars at stake, online video networks are fighting hard for a bigger piece of the pie. To that end, San Francisco-based Adap.tv on Tuesday debuted ...
  • Velti Closes $27 Mil Deal
    Velti, a San Francisco mobile marketing and ad tech company, this week announced it has closed a $27 million, 2-year deal to provide its mobile marketing technology to a "majo ...
  • Razorfish's Gelb Joins Mobile Startup MoPub
    Razorfish mobile lead Paul Gelb has left the agency to become head of strategy for San Francisco-based MoPub, a startup that helps publishers and developers monetize their smartphone apps. ...
  • Google Pressures Acer To Pull Phone Launch
    San Jose-based Acer readied the launch of its CloudMobile smartphone to the Chinese market, but when journalists showed up for the press event, a spokesperson said the launch had be ...
  • Romney Receiving Help From Bay Area Tech Companies
    According to the San Francisco Gate, numerous Bay Area tech companies have helped the Romney campaign with their digital campaign strategy. SFGate cites Facebook, Twitter, Google, Eventbrite, Rally and Squa ...
  • Ad Firm Touts Results On Facebook Exchange
    San Francisco-based AdRoll on Thursday announced it will begin opening up access to Facebook inventory to all customers after gearing up its RTB infrastructure to begin serving campaigns more widel ...
  • Extole Going Cross-Country For First Ever Summit
    Extole, a San Francisco-based C2C social marketing platform company, this week announced its inaugural Social Advocacy Summit. The summit will take place across the country in New York City ...
  • StubHub CMO Ray Elia: We Are Not Just A Ticket Seller
    This year, online ticket seller StubHub launched its largest marketing effort to date, its Ticket Oak ad campaign, part of a bid to expand awareness and position the company n ...
  • Velti's New Pad
    On Wednesday, Business Insider published a photo story of Velti's office space in San Francisco. Velti bought the new San Francisco office space in May and as Business Insider say ...
  • Drawbridge Adds Former Google Offers Exec
    Drawbridge, a mobile advertising start-up based in San Mateo, has added Eric Rosenblum as VP of product, according to AllThingsD. Rosenblum moves from Google to Drawbridge, a two-year-old company th ...
  • Lyris Rebrands, Builds Out Digital ERP System To Process Data
    Emeryville-based Lyris unveiled a digital marketing platform Tuesday resembling an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system built to support online advertising, part of an effort to rebuild and rebrand the compan ...
  • DEV WATCH: Amobee Launces PULSE Create
    On Monday, Redwood City-based mobile ad solution provider Amobee launched Amobee PULSE Create. Amobee PULSE Create is a mobile ad creation platform that allows both advertisers and publishers to crea ...
  • Tapjoy Appoints Seybold as VP Global Communications
    On Monday, Tapjoy announced the appointment of Patrick Seybold as vice president of global communications and marketing partnerships. The San Francisco-based mobile advertising platform says that Seybold will be responsib ...
  • BrightEdge Announces Record Growth
    San Mateo-based SEO company BrightEdge on Monday announced record revenue growth for twelve months ending Q2 2012. The company’s revenues have increased 300 percent from this time last year, accordi ...
  • DEV WATCH: TubeMogul Launches BrandSights
    Emeryville-based TubeMogul, a video marketing company, this week launched BrandSights, which the company says is “the world’s first brand survey tool built directly into a media buying platform for vid ...
  • Zynga Loses CMO Karp
    Jeff Karp, Zynga's chief marketing and revenue officer, is the latest high-level executive to leave the embattled social games company. His resignation follows news earlier Monday that CTO of infrastructu ...
  • Women Leaning On National Association of Women Business Owners SF Bay Area
    The National Association of Women Business Owners SF Bay Area, which has been around for 21 years, is still helping businesswomen in the area succeed. ...
  • Scottish Comedian Turns Attention To Silicon Valley
    The author of The Thick of It has written a pilot episode about the world of social media for an American television company that focuses on the new centre ...
  • WideOrbit Buys OneDomain, Ups Ad Sales Muscle
    San Francisco-based WideOrbit, which offers traffic management services for media businesses, has acquired OneDomain, which specializes in systems for media planning and research. WideOrbit and OneDomain both serve TV a ...
  • Venables Bell & Partners To Create Audi Super Bowl Commercial
    Audi is launching new advertising as part of its media commitment to the NFL. The campaign backs the 2013 Audi S variants and will be created by San Francisco-based Venabl ...
  • IAC Buys About.com To Strengthen Publishing Cred
    Bay Area-based Ask.com plans to step up branding efforts for the newly acquired About.com to squash any myths about it being a content farm. "We're going to get tactical f ...
  • Inside The Interest Graph
    While interest graphs are new for big companies like Twitter, whose announcement was reported in OnlineMediaDaily on August 30, San Francisco-based 140 Proof has already been providing interest graphs f ...
  • Inside The Interest Graph
    While interest graphs are new for big companies like Twitter, whose announcement was reported in OnlineMediaDaily on August 30, San Francisco-based 140 Proof has already been providing interest graphs f ...
  • Appsnack Nominated As Top Mobile Start-Up
    Emeryville-based Appsnack, a mobile advertising solutions provider, was nominated as a finalist as "one of the best mobile start-ups in the media and marketing landscape" by iMedia's "Next Wave Challenge ...
  • VerticleReponse Sweeps At Stevie Awards
    San Francisco-based VerticleResponse, a self-service marketing solutions provider for small businesses, won gold in two categories at the International Stevie Awards. VerticleResponse was nominated for 14 awards and won ...
  • Pandora Beats Q2 Revenue Expectations
    Bay Area Internet radio service Pandora on Wednesday reported that revenue rose 51% in its fiscal-year second quarter, nearly doubling its mobile revenue from a year ago. ...