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Company says GVB violated procurement law
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A company that served as the Guam Visitors Bureau's marketing representative in South Korea for eight years says the bureau violated procurement law and awarded a new contract for marketing to a business that didn't meet the minimum requirements.

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The 200 billion dollar chatbot disruption
venturebeat.com

That astronomical number set off waves of speculation as to what value Facebook could possibly see in a company with just 55 employees and roughly $20 million in revenue, although it had 500 million users. At last week's F8 … Next, companies will …

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The War on Ads: Why Ad Blockers Are Taking Over, and How You Can Fight Back
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If you read an article on Forbes or watch a popular video on YouTube, then that is bought and paid for by somebody, even if that somebody is not you. We live in an age in which consumers do not want to have to pay for every single piece of content …

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5 Things Video Pros Should Always Invoice For
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Over the past 10 years, as video resolution and data rates have skyrocketed, not to mention the huge quantity of footage being shot, we've seen a steady incline in storage requirements. Many producers charge clients a fee for hard drives to store jobs …

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ASU staffers win awards for blog, story, video
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Three members of Angelo State University's communications and marketing staff — Jayna Phinney, Tom Nurre Jr. and Ethan Lankford — won awards for their work at the Council for Advancement and Support of Education District IV annual meeting in Dallas …

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Hard lessons for social advertisers (webinar)
venturebeat.com

When Lifetime wanted to promote its comedy-drama Devious Maids, the female-driven cable channel hired mobile marketing agency S4M for the job. S4M used the popularity of “Who Are You” quizzes to create a full-on game within the Facebook app.

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Mercedes-Benz Drives Two Virtual Reality Experiences
fortune.com

Mercedes-Benz, a division of Daimler AG, is the latest automobile company to embrace 360-degree video, as more consumers gain access to mobile virtual reality headsets such as Google Cardboard and Samsung Gear VR. The company's American division has …

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