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VIRURL Adds RSS Ads

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Los Angeles-based VIRURL , the provider of online advertising technology, said Thursday that it has added a new feature called RSS Ads. The firm said its new feature allows publishers to use RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feeds to automatically distribute and create ads from a publisher's articles. READ MORE>>.

Here are 10 Tips from BuzzFeed to Make Your Content Go Viral

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But of course we also focused on making content go viral. Or creating quizzes or games with your content. Can we do 10 variants?

When Intent And Content Align, Online Ads Suck A Whole Lot Less

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This automated coupling of intent and content results in uber-relevancy and ultimately enhances marketers’ ROI. and Overture Services.

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Lunch.com Adds Personalized RSS Feeds

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Johnson, told its users today that it has unveiled a new, personal RSS feed feature to the site. According to Lunch.com, the new feed can be added to blogs, personal sites, or elsewhere to help users promote their content. Los Angeles-based Lunch.com , the online social media and networking site run by J.R. READ MORE>>.

Fliptop: Shining A New Light On The RSS Feed

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The RSS feed subscription idea has been around for quite some time now, however for some reason never really caught on with the general public.

Demand Media Buys Two Firms, Renews Google Ad Deal

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According to Demand Media, it acquired IndieClick , a Los Angeles-based online advertising company, and also acquired RSS Graffiti , another Los Angeles firm developing social media products for Facebook. IndieClick was headed by Peter Luttrell, and RSS Graffiti by Ryan Hoffman. READ MORE>>.

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32 Questions Developers May Have Forgot to Ask a Startup Founder

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What special data, content, APIs, etc. Do you need to provide RSS? Content access controls? It needs to be a conversation. Comps?

Lean Startup Legend Steve Blank Discloses His Most Daring Guerrilla Marketing Tactics

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At no charge, you can ingest the same content used by Steve's university students. I always walk away smarter after speaking with Steve Blank.

32 Questions Developers May Have Forgot to Ask a Startup Founder

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What special data, content, APIs, etc. Do you need to provide RSS? Content access controls? It needs to be a conversation. Comps?

YouTubers Come Of Age – Google Scores A Solid Return On Its Video Development Fund

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Other than the occasional NBA game, he consumes his video content via our iPad and Xbox. This article originally appeared on TechCrunch  HERE.

Demand Media Spends $707K On Spanish Language Firm

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Demand had revealed in its 10Q earlier that it had acquired an un-named firm which specializes in the creation of Spanish and Portuguese language media content. The acquisition looks to be even bigger than the two most recently announced acquisitions by Demand Media, of Los Angeles-based IndieClick and El Segundo-based RSS Graffiti.

Want to Know How to Join One of the Country’s Most Successful VC Fund?

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The viewer above (big thank you to ClipMine ) will allow you to skip forward to key moments by clicking on the contents tab on the left but to give you some insights on Matt. As always, you can subscribe to my YouTube channel, Soundcloud and podcast RSS feed. I recently interviewed Matt Mazzeo of Lowercase Capital.

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Four Recruiting Lessons From Grandpa

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• Facebook • Twitter • Delicious • LinkedIn • StumbleUpon • Add to favorites • Email • RSS.

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6 Steps To Raising Venture Capital – Hint: Preparation Matters More Than Your Pitch

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Has Facebook Achieved What AOL Could Have A Generation Ago?

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If you don’t know, Instant Articles are Facebook’s new way to natively load articles within the app using an adapted RSS feed. Sound familiar?

Startup Sales Lessons From TLC’s “Say Yes To The Dress”

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Avoid Death By PowerPoint – Create Slides That Don’t Suck

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The other is for the content to standalone, allowing a reader to effectively review the slides without the benefit of a speaker's insights.

Top 120 Startup Posts for 2010

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My 1,000th Post on This Blog - Tim Berry's Blog - Planning Startups Stories , July 21, 2010 HTML5 video markup, compatibility and playback - Niall Kennedy's Weblog , February 8, 2010 Your Product Needs a Soul - ArcticStartup , February 12, 2010 Product Friday: Monetizing Content is a Product Problem - This is going to be BIG.

How To Give A Horrendous Investor Pitch

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Select a complicated, distracting background that will compete with the slides'' content. A version of this article previously appeared on Inc.

How This Startup Kicked Oracle’s A$$

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Make Yourself Irresistible To A Startup

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May you end up like Bilbo at your journey''s end - proud of your exploits and content with your lifetime supply of Hobbit ale and Longbottom pipe-weed.

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Hacking Hacker News – How Wily Startups Leverage Social News Sites

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• Facebook • Twitter • Delicious • LinkedIn • StumbleUpon • Add to favorites • Email • RSS

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How Many Times Should You Tweet Your Blog Post?

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Last September I was on a panel with Guy Kawasaki talking about Twitter.  He said at the time that he Tweeted 4 times for every story that he wrote.

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Diva Startup Tips: @LadyGaga, @JLo, @Cher, @KatyPerry, @MariahCarey & @NickiMinaj

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In the analog world, record companies controlled content distribution and thus played a significant role in a diva’s success. Fear Mediocrity.

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63 Los Angeles Entrepreneurs To Be Proud Of

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Subscribe to RSS. Subscribe to RSS. Subscribe to RSS. Our Best Interviews Via Email: Monthly. Weekly. Idea Mensch. About. Events.

5 things Silicon Valley gets wrong about Southern California

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Skip to primary content. Skip to secondary content. Skip to primary content. Skip to secondary content. Whats Hot Menu.

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From Startup Newsletter To Best Selling Book: How This Entrepreneur Pulled It Off

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Why Startups Need to Blog (and what to talk about …)

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Make it organic.  If you write good content and consistently you’ll build an audience over time. This post originally ran on TechCrunch.

Down the Stack | How Low Do You Go?

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You’re a startup. You’ve got a great idea for an app. You’ve got some friends interested in helping out and you think you can make this work.

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Why You Should Start a Company in. Los Angeles

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RSS ); Why You Should Start a Company in. Report Content February 27, 2010 at 11:05am by Antone Johnson Great interview. What makes L.A.

How This Startup Turned An April Fools Joke Into Customers

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Be content with a little bit of raised brand awareness and don’t try to milk it too much.". 5. The Joke. Don''t Force It. Don’t Over Sell It.

Don’t Know This YouTube Superstar? You Will When He Wins An Oscar

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The volume of content required to be successful online, a minimum of two new videos each week, can be daunting. According to Joe, “. Meridian.

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My HBS Presentation - Web 2.0 Implications on Learning

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type tools (Blogs, Wikis, Social Bookmarking, RSS, RSS Readers) on corporate learning and someone like HBS. In the corporate space, these tools have quite an implication in that most training organizations get displaced for knowledge transfer as content gets created by end-users/learners instead of by the training organization.

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Google Cleaning Out Their Closets

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Some may not remember Google Video, the service stopped taking uploads in May 2009 but still has hosted content and a number of users.

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Brad Feld Drops Knowledge. Here’s What He Said …

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In 2004 / 2005 I was starting to get intrigued with user-generated content. RSS was something that had appeared.” “….I Brad on blogging.

Tech Titans Peter Thiel, Matt Jacobson, Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, Mich Mathews, Elon Musk Buy Homes in Los Angeles

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Tech companies are becoming distributors of studio content; YouTube, iTunes and Netflix have all licensed content from major entertainment players.

BEASTMODE.FM Makes Following, Finding New Music Easy

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The service--the audio equivalent of an RSS reader--allows listeners to listen to whatever the latest tracks show up on music blogs, or listen to music classified by their musical interests, whether that is hip hop, electronic, indie, folk, rock, pop, or a number of other categories. Are you a fan of new music? READ MORE>>.

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Top 30 Startup Technology and Product Posts for September 2010

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Great content again in September that meets at the intersection of startups, technology, product and being a Startup CTO. Consumer RSS: 1999-2010 - Venture Chronicles , September 11, 2010 paidContent made an interesting connection about Bloglines being shut down and the broader question of RSS in the age of Twitter. Kanye West.

my6sense: Bringing Digital Intuition To Your Streams

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my6sense intelligently filters your content from Twitter, Facebook and RSS streams according to your online behavior.

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Social Networking (the Shorter Version) Past, Present, Future

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asymmetry, real-time, curated RSS / link-sharing]. This blog post originally appeared in serialized form here on TechCrunch. chuckle. Yahoo!