Rare Amazon Web Services outage disrupts hundreds of sites and apps – SiliconANGLE (blog)

Rare Amazon Web Services outage disrupts hundreds of sites and appsSiliconANGLE (blog)The incident underscores the need for companies to invest more in their system architectures to spread the risk among more cloud services, Dave Bartoletti, a principal analyst at Forrester Research Inc., told SiliconANGLE. … Amazon's outage today …and more »

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Rare Amazon Web Services outage disrupts hundreds of sites and apps – SiliconANGLE (blog)

Get ready to see less #ad and #spon on Instagram – Mashable

MashableGet ready to see less #ad and #spon on InstagramMashableMoshe Isaacian, a creative marketing strategist from Los Angeles, spotted the feature earlier this week. Instagram rolling out a new feature called "Add Partner". Not a lot of details, but probably lets you tag a 3rd party sponsor. Screenshot: pic …

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Get ready to see less #ad and #spon on Instagram – Mashable

23 Creative Ways Marketers Can Use Instagram – Business 2 Community

23 Creative Ways Marketers Can Use InstagramBusiness 2 CommunityThe year is 2010. A new visual media application called Instagram (a name aptly combining “instant camera” and “telegram”) takes the App Store by storm with its focus on mobile photography, beautiful filters, and building a community of dedicated users.

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YouTube debuts TV subscription service, at $35 a month for 6 accounts – Marketing Land

Marketing LandYouTube debuts TV subscription service, at $35 a month for 6 accountsMarketing LandMarketing Land; Sections. MarTech · CMO · Social · SEM · SEO · Mobile · Analytics · Display · Email · Retail · Video · Home. Submit. Follow Us. Subscribe to Our Feed…

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YouTube debuts TV subscription service, at $35 a month for 6 accounts – Marketing Land

How One Mobile Marketing Startup Targeted Luxury Brands – Forbes

ForbesHow One Mobile Marketing Startup Targeted Luxury BrandsForbesQuentin and Guillaume Le Pape launched MOBKOI, a mobile marketing company targeting the luxury sector, in 2014. Since then, the London-based startup has seen an increase in revenue and now has offices in Paris and Germany. The French brothers …

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Gaming company Kabam’s roller coaster ride to a $700 million exit – TechCrunch

TechCrunchGaming company Kabam's roller coaster ride to a $700 million exitTechCrunchOur marketing spend also had to change a lot in our move from Facebook to the mobile web, and that required different skill sets. Every time we made a change, we had a double dose of employee turnover — voluntary turnover and involuntary turnover …

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