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Startup Lexicon Blockchain To Run At Programmatic Speeds

Startup Lexicon Blockchain To Run At Programmatic Speeds by Laurie Sullivan  @lauriesullivan, April 20, 2018 Ternio, a startup working to provide transparency into programmatic advertising, on Friday introduced blockchain technology called Lexicon, which can process up to 1 million transactions per second. The technology will offer transparency into ad transactions and the ability to make … Continue reading Startup Lexicon Blockchain To Run At Programmatic Speeds

Surviving Competition: 6 Handy Tips to Launch Your Startup

Beth Worthy — May 4, 2017 Follow @gmrtranscripts— May 4, 2017 Unique ideas are what drive successful entrepreneurs, but now there are an increasing number of startups competing for the attention of venture capitalists than earlier this century. It’s getting more difficult for both discovering original ideas and standing out in a crowded market, but … Continue reading Surviving Competition: 6 Handy Tips to Launch Your Startup

Here’s How These Strategies Can Help SaaS Startups to Generate Huge Turnovers

Saher Naseem — December 9, 2016 Follow @SaherNaseemD— December 9, 2016 SaaS businesses are vividly taking over a massive part of the economy. This change has possible due to technology, as it has now become easier and cheaper than ever before to develop software. With over 3.5 billion users having access to the internet, the … Continue reading Here’s How These Strategies Can Help SaaS Startups to Generate Huge Turnovers

Klues-Backed Startup Enables Brands To Target Consumers Based On ‘Affinity’

by Joe Mandese @mp_joemandese, June 22, 2016, 9:34 AM A research startup backed by former Publicis media chief Jack Klues will begin testing a self-serve platform enabling brands to log in, type in a brand name, and target consumers based on the “affinity” they have for that brand. The startup, aptly named Affinity Answers, utilizes … Continue reading Klues-Backed Startup Enables Brands To Target Consumers Based On ‘Affinity’