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The Participation Agency, San Francisco, CA

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Ready, Action, Shoot! 6 Tips for a Great Video Interview

Career Oxygen | Catherine Kaputa
April 28, 2017

More and more companies are using video services like Skype, Google Hangouts, and Join.Me to interview job candidates and for regular business meetings. Video conferences are a lot cheaper than face-to-face interviews and offer immediate insights. But doing well in video interviews takes some extra effort and understanding of the platform.

Three Ways to Determine Your Long-Term Career Direction

Career Oxygen | Hallie Crawford
April 27, 2017

Choosing a career is a much more complicated process than taking a simple career test. We have clients come to us often who want to find that ideal job, and have read a book or taken a career assessment only to still feel lost. It’s frustrating, understandably, because we all want to be successful and happy with our choice of career.

Inside Activision’s ‘Call of Duty’ Marketing Playbook

Inside Activision’s ‘Call of Duty’ Marketing Playbook

Digiday
April 28, 2017

Video game franchise “Call of Duty” is a moneymaker that has brought in at least $15 billion in revenue for its parent company Activision Blizzard since 2003. It is also a marketing machine that has featured celebrities like Kevin Spacey......

Facebook and Google Completely Dominate the Digital Ad Industry

Facebook and Google Completely Dominate the Digital Ad Industry

Business Insider
April 28, 2017

Google and Facebook together accounted for an astounding 99% of revenue growth from digital advertising in the US last year, according to an analysis of IAB estimates by Pivotal Research senior analyst Brian Wieser on Wednesday....

Google’s Cheesy Short Film is Also Quietly Brilliant

Google’s Cheesy Short Film is Also Quietly Brilliant

Fast Company
April 28, 2017

For a century of filmmaking, the audience has looked at whatever the director has chosen to frame. But virtual reality breaks this old pattern, in that it allows the viewer to turn her head–leaving filmmakers to wonder, how do you tell a story when the viewer can look anywhere?...