From experiments in header bidding, to the impact of color in AdSense, and the real story behind how Sortable came to be, here are our top five most-viewed articles of 2016:
It’s been a big year — HUGE. And we have some numbers to share just how crazy things have gotten over here.
We’re prepping for 2017 and decided to go down memory lane for Startups and Beer and maybe be really honest about what makes Startups and Beer a real community-driven initiative.
We’re happy to share the news that Sortable is #14 on the 2016 PROFIT 500, with a five-year revenue growth rate of 4,653%*.
What do tech startups, craft brew and a former auto garage have in common?
They’ll be the featured elements of the next Startups and Beer on Thursday, September 22, a free, tech-community initiative.
Hiring is hard. Assessing technical proficiency, planning for the needs of individual teams, and feeling out culture fit company-wide means that there will always be human decision making involved when filling roles. We assembled our engineering hiring committee — senior developers Mark, Colin, Graeme, and Steven — for an open discussion on what goes on behind the scenes when you apply for a position at Sortable.
If you’re looking to jump into sales in the tech industry but don’t know where or how to start, hear from the sale teams behind some of Waterloo Region’s fast growing companies. On Tuesday, August 30 from 6pm to 8pm, Sortable is hosting the No Bullshit Sales Event with Auvik and Bridgit. We want to share how sales works in the tech industry, what we think is important is sales, and how it is possible to make the jump into tech. Grab a free beer and join us.
Let’s get down to business: We know what it takes to excel with Google publishing solutions
We’re happy to announce that we’ve been selected to join Google’s Certified Publishing Partners program. With our expertise in DoubleClick Ad Exchange and our experience with DoubleClick for Publishers (in fact, our platform is built on it!), we are the ideal partner to help you earn as much as possible from every impression.
Can’t afford to live in Toronto or Vancouver anymore? Have you thought about moving to Waterloo? Dreams are bigger here and home prices aren't.
As a new quarter approaches, you’ve probably noticed that your CPMs are starting to drop. And you might be wondering why. Depending on the time of year, CPMs and fill rates can fluctuate significantly. While some verticals are impacted more than others, it’s important to understand how seasonality affects CPMs.