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  1. Promote Yourself: 5 Rules for Career Success From Dan Schawbel

    Whether you're interviewing for a job, looking for venture capital funding, or prepping for a date, the likelihood of the other party doing a Google search for you is immense. It doesn't matter if you're fresh out of college looking for your first...

  2. Kenshoo Branches Out with New Local Search Management Platform

    Earlier this year, Kenshoo raised money from venture capital firms to develop their new local search marketing management technology. Kenshoo is known for their enterprise search marketing technology, but the company is hoping to make its mark in...

  3. The Beginning of the End? Or the End of the Beginning?

    It is our obsession with panic and fear and it will be the only thing that holds us back in the coming years and no amount of venture capital can save us. In a recent interview, Sequoia Capital's (the original Yahoo investors) Michael Moritz...

  4. EveryScape Goes Where Google Maps Does Not

    Everyscape has secured $7 million in investment from venture capital firms. On top of earning $10 for every street mile, destination ambassadors receive a commission whenever they convince a business to have its interiors photographed.

  5. The Beginning of the End? Or the End of the Beginning?

    It is our obsession with panic and fear and it will be the only thing that holds us back in the coming years and no amount of venture capital can save us. In a recent interview, Sequoia Capital's (the original Yahoo investors) Michael Moritz...

  6. Search Marketing in Brazil: Report from SES Latino

    Even though, there are several companies based out of Miami telling US venture capital firms about their leadership in the region. I recently conducted an interview with Marcelo Sant'Iago the Director of Business Development of MídiaClick, a...

  7. Lotus Alumni Are Impacting Search

    The Lotus operating principles helped turn a company that was founded in April 1982 with eight employees and $1 million in venture capital into the biggest independent software firm. When Ray left Lotus to found another company, Groove Networks, he...