At DigitalMarketer, we get to work with a lot of incredible businesses, and our absolute favorite thing is seeing a great company find even greater success with the trainings and strategies we teach. And it’s not just because we love celebrating our customers’ success (though we really do love shouting them all out!). It’s also that we want to see what exactly it was that pushed the needle, landed those clients, and took their sales

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Twitch is doubling down on making its site more than just a place for livestreaming gaming video. Last fall, the Amazon-owned company began testing a new feature called “Watch Parties,” which lets creators stream Amazon Prime Video content to viewers with Amazon Prime. This spring, Twitch opened up Watch Parties to its biggest streaming channels in the U.S., adding support for over 70 movies and TV shows from Prime Video at launch. Today, Twitch says

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By Alice Jones, Contributor Marketing for all businesses has become particularly important due to worldwide shutdowns stemming from concerns over economic shutdowns. Restaurants can gain insights from examining their advertising options to improve their visibility on and offline.  Several strategies are available to overcome the recession challenges in conjunction with additional marketing efforts. Be innovative to solve your problems and that of your customers. Follow these five foundational tactics for marketing your restaurant online, as opposed to

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Over the past year, Netflix has attempted to expand its appeal in part by making a title or two free to non-paying users in select markets. Now the American giant is extending this test to users across the globe — with a larger free catalog. The on-demand video streaming service is currently offering select Netflix Original movies and TV shows, including “Stranger Things,” “Murder Mystery,” “Elite,” “Bird Box,” “When They See Us,” “The Two Popes,”

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Elon Musk -founded Neuralink has made headlines over the past many years around it efforts to develop a new kind of interface between the human brain and computing devices. On Friday, the company provided a demo of the technology, and Musk kicked off the demo by saying that the purpose of the entire presentation was recruiting — not fundraising or any other kind of promotion. “We’re not trying to raise money or do anything else,

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Salesforce launched in 1999, one of the early adherents to what would eventually be called SaaS and cloud computing. On Tuesday, the company reached a huge milestone when it surpassed $5 billion in revenue, putting the SaaS giant on a $20 billion run rate for the first time. Salesforce revenue has been on a firm upward trajectory for years now, but when the company reached $10 billion in revenue in November 2017, CEO Marc Benioff

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The expression “it takes a village” easily applies to building a successful mobility startup, especially in uncertain and tumultuous times. It also takes opportunities, and you’ll find plenty of those at TC Sessions: Mobility 2020 (Oct. 6-7). Even better — you can bring your entire village, increase your opportunity potential and save money with our group discount. Win-win-ka-ching! When you book four or more tickets to TC Sessions: Mobility, you’ll trim $25 off the price of

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News app Flipboard is further expanding into video with Flipboard TV. The company’s curated video service first launched earlier this year as a Samsung exclusive, and is now making its way to all Flipboard users in the U.S. With today’s launch, the service will offer users access to video from hundreds of publishers, including global publishers, local news publishers and, now, select independent video producers, too. Samsung Galaxy device owners will continue to have exclusive

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Live streaming of video has come into its own during the coronavirus pandemic, with services like Zoom, YouTube, Twitch, Facebook and many others giving people a way to stay connected with each other, run events and continue working even when they can not be in the same physical spaces together. Now, a startup called Restream, which has built a platform to help those who want to stream to more than one place simultaneously, is announcing

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Founders are encouraged, incentivized and pressured to begin transacting with customers as quickly as possible to drive growth and revenue. But making legal mistakes early in the game can create costly liabilities down the road. That’s why we invited James Alonso from Magnolia Law and Adam Zagaris from Moonshot Legal to join us at TechCrunch Early Stage to give us a 360 overview of the legal side of running a startup. We’ve shared highlights from

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