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Congrats @eva_ho - you've been one of the most helpful mentors and super excited for you, Seth, Chad and Leo!

3 weeks, 1 day ago on New Seed stage VC Susa Ventures takes on an underrepresented sector that could well be the future

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@Elodie DESTRUEL Thanks Elodie for your feedback and comment. Really appreciate it! Hope it's a worthwhile read for ya.

4 weeks, 1 day ago on Conversation @ http://www.entrepreneur.com/article/234871

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@Ahmed Eid thanks, appreciate you reading it Ahmed.

1 month, 2 weeks ago on Conversation @ http://www.entrepreneur.com/article/233275

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@George Skuros  Thanks George. Really appreciate it.

4 months ago on Conversation @ http://www.entrepreneur.com/article/232238

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Did not know about this background story. Good learning.

5 months, 3 weeks ago on Box is the unicorn that Mark Cuban let get away

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Thoughtful analysis. Agreed. While there are many apps have tried tackling the same / similar issues - we can't really predict whether or not Jelly will succeed. In the meantime, I'll give it a try and see if any of my non-tech friends start catching up - that's the true test!

6 months, 2 weeks ago on Just add photos: Why Jelly could actually work

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WOW. this might be more fun than in real life - cuz it aint that fun being a startup ceo :)

8 months, 1 week ago on Too lazy to start a real startup? Play “Hipster CEO” instead

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Congrats Nick and team! Looking forward to speaking together on the same panel next Thur and growing our space together in both b2b and b2c worlds!

8 months, 2 weeks ago on Gainsight raises $20M to prove that new sales are great, but keeping current customers happy is better

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The new video is HILARIOUS. good job guys

8 months, 3 weeks ago on 500 Startups: New batch, new map, new song

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Great in-depth coverage. Freshplum is def doing something interesting here.

8 months, 3 weeks ago on Freshplum pulls back its online promotions management kimono, reveals meaningful performance lift

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Did you say whiskey? awesome & congrats! 

9 months ago on Finally: Announcing Southland, PandoDaily’s new three-day tech conference

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Well-researched, thoughtful and practical coverage - I esp love the balance between art & science - something that many of us can relate to when trying to build a technology that's so stats / data drive (try to leave 'big data' out of that one). Thx Sarah!

9 months, 2 weeks ago on Somehow Quora actually made quality scale. But can it still make us smarter on a smaller screen?

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This is a great writeup. Reading it again several months later, I still uncovered new learning. Good work Sarah

9 months, 4 weeks ago on Nice pants: Bonobos raises $30m off of strong growth and Nordstrom deal

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Great post and comparison to Geoffery Moore's book.

10 months, 3 weeks ago on The four stages of life every successful startup must go through

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Very interesting story about Hot or Not - I also shared my version of 'pivots' recently - hope this might be useful learning for some readers out there as well: http://venturebeat.com/2013/08/15/the-art-of-the-pivot-how-to-cut-your-losses-and-move-on/#comment-1004713186

11 months, 1 week ago on A serial pivot to success story

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very accurate and great read.

11 months, 1 week ago on Why startup culture is such a fragile and precious thing

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Very thoughtfully stated and agreed.

11 months, 2 weeks ago on Let’s kill the demo day and replace it with a one-year reunion

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Awesome development from one of the most technical companies in our community. Congrats Gil, Eva & team!

1 year ago on Factual turns location into insight with two new audience analytics and geotargeting products

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This is a great write-up Veeral and your points on the vertical play is absolutely spot on. I'd like to add that another technology company that is dedicated to retailers AND local to J. Hilburn is Retention Science http://www.retentionscience.com - we recently met with your wonderful marketing team and is excited to see your growth in the near future! We believe that once you build your brand, being able to intelligently re-engage and manage your existing customers is crucial - esp. at a time that customer acquisition can be so costly.

Here's more info on a previous coverage by PandoDaily: http://pandodaily.com/2013/02/05/meet-retention-score-the-new-metric-that-predicts-your-customer-churn/

1 year ago on Want to give customers what they really want? Go vertical

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This is a great initiative and Retention Science is excited to be a part of it!

1 year, 1 month ago on TechLA: A startup internship program aimed at the exodus of LA’s engineering graduates

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@wooyi Mad respect to you!

1 year, 1 month ago on What if things don’t work out for you?

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@jmpreston I love the wife idea. You must be an idea man :-D

1 year, 1 month ago on What if things don’t work out for you?

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This is a really thoughtful post that reinforces all of us to assess our personal circumstances to see if we can really drop everything to build a company. Certainly, as we get older, between 30-35, many more responsibilities come to picture that makes it difficult to commit to the hardship of entrepreneurship. I recently saw a tweet from an entrepreneur that I really respect, says, "startup, health, family - you can only pick 2 out of 3" - while it might or might not be true depending on the person, the reality is that most building a company takes a long time (unless you are the 0.00001% that gets very lucky) and a lot of hard work, so it's critical for all of us to realistically assess if we can do this, AND ... what if it doesn't work out? What the heck am I going to do? (My answer is: I'm going to come up another idea, and try again) ;) 

Thanks Francisco for another thoughts-provocative share

1 year, 1 month ago on What if things don’t work out for you?

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Having just visited their LA office today and met one of the co-founders, Susan, I'm excited about learning their growth with the HGTV strategic investment

1 year, 1 month ago on Looks like that Scripps deal is already paying off for One Kings Lane

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LONG LA. There are some really great "tech" companies being developed out of LA, it's exciting to watch what's next for the more mature companies (IPOs or some sort of exits) as LA needs a couple of "hits" (according to Brian during his Pando Monthly interview), as well as the younger companies (getting through the Series A crunch or raising bigger rounds to enable accelerated growth). There are a lot of tech development happening here in LA for sure. Thx Pando for the deeper dive during Cornerstone's sponsored month!

1 year, 1 month ago on Debunking the myth that LA doesn’t build hardcore technology

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Awesome, go LA, also saw "Le Fashion Truck" last Saturday at the Santa Monica festival at Clover Park, it even has a dressing room. Neat stuff. Go entrepreneurs. My only question is how does Trua scale fast (if they're selling 8-10 pairs on a best day), but this is great to see!

1 year, 1 month ago on In LA entrepreneurship is everywhere, including on the street

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Haha ... that is certainly clever and strategic on MeUndies. They have crazy retargeted ads as well! I look forward to their next (the third) video promo as well.

1 year, 1 month ago on For MeUndies, advertising alongside porn is just smart business

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Pretty crazy / dramatic movement ... good lesson learned indeed.

1 year, 1 month ago on How not to scale: Zynga edition

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wow ... thats tough to gather all of this content and make it into one. good job pando!

1 year, 1 month ago on Tumblr’s David Karp in his own words: a Pando meta media mashup

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Great story! and what is 411? ;)

1 year, 2 months ago on When everything rides on a single cold call

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looking forward to this sarah!

1 year, 2 months ago on Everything an outsider needs to know about LA

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Cant' wait to hear what Brian has to say - really looking forward to this one!

1 year, 2 months ago on Come see ShoeDazzle’s Brian Lee! PandoMonthly LA tickets on sale now

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Great cover & excited for @erikcaso and the Younity team - not all of us get to be a finalist at SXSW too!

1 year, 2 months ago on Younity makes its limitless personal cloud service social, unshackling the files stored on all your devices

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I really agree w/ this: "I suggest you earn your favors before you ask for them. I know so many people who have not been helpful or supportive of my efforts in any way, but they have no problem coming on strong when they want something from me." There're vendors who would like our businesses have been very kind in helping making intros, I'm more likely to take those meetings though I know they're trying to get me to buy their services. 


Outside of business context, I'm a nobody and really not that many people would want to meet with me, but if anybody does (like entrepreneurs who I've never met and wanted to meet one of my investors), if they're genuine enough and make an effort to look me up / hunt me down in ways that's not too intrusive, I always try to help others because others have done so for me. I think at the end of the day, it's all about have the courtesy to treat others the way you want to be treated.

Thx for sharing your perspectives!

1 year, 3 months ago on Do you really want coffee or is this some kind of trap?

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Couldn't agree with you more and there's great lessons to be learned by others.

I had made at least 5 attempts yesterday requesting a car service (outside of the most crowded downtown area) and there were no cars to be found. Tried again this morning to get a ride to the airport at 5am (which I assumed the demand for rides might be less - or maybe not cuz of crazy partyers), still no luck.

I've been a fan of Uber (the fact that they have data scientists to map out the most popular route in each city, etc. and release many great studies on their customer usage on a regular basis), but I was quite disappointed with their execution / poor logistics planning at such a huge event like SXSW. 

Instead, I was quite amused by Lyft promoters with the loud pink mustache (first saw one in front of the Samsung Galaxy showcase) and def left a good impression on me because of the humor / innovative marketing tactics. For the record, I didn't try out the service tho ;)

1 year, 4 months ago on SXSW ride services encounter the paradox of free

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Thanks for the re-cap! Last night was crazy indeed! 

I wonder if you could follow up later with some stats on measurable ROI for throwing events like this to get user adoption, raise awareness (which is often tougher to measure), etc? Also, I'm especially interested in the outcome for an Enterprise / software company (like SailThru), does it make sense to throw a party where the majority of the goers are not necessary your 'buyers / decision makers (maybe some agency buyers are in town for the party or the fly clients there)? But in general, these parties are EXPENSIVE. Does it make sense for startups?

I guess some investors are thinking of the same, while some are happy to attend and proudly say their portfolio companies had one of the best parties @ SXSW. It's amazing to see how much money is being invested in promotional parties. But hey, they are def fun & SXSWi would not be the same w/o these big sponsorships!

1 year, 4 months ago on What you missed on day three of SXSW

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super well written and true - great write-up. loyalty is so critical to the long-term success of a business. wowever, we've found that reward points are most effective for 'commodities", i.e. if you're debating which supermarkets to get your bananas, you might go to ralphs vs vons, because you get points there. vs. those trader joes lover, regardless points / rewards, they'll still go get their bananas for 10 cents each (i'm the later).

another way of thinking about building loyalty, is to be more efficiently and intelligently managing how you re-engage customers, from timing of engagement, to frequency, to the type of promotions / offers you provide that are individually-tailored to the customer, because each customer is different. most of the traditional commerce can't do this yet, but at retention science, we're able to help ecommerce leverage all of the different types of data they collect about the customers, and leveraging our statistical models to predict how to best re-engage customers at the individual level, we believe better and smarter engagement will ultimately contribute to more loyal customers too.

p.s. love all of your mentions, the founder of punchd was in the same fraternity with me in college, i'm also good friends with the founder of fivestars, and punchtab and retention science shares the same investor (mohr davidow) - great researched piece. thank you!!

1 year, 5 months ago on Startups are disrupting the loyalty industry

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Great cover (and analysis) Sarah, esp around the "discount" piece. This is why we built Retention Science, we believe e-Commerce should not train its customers to "expect" offers and lose out the opportunity to build a stronger brand in perceived value. Rather, we leverage data and statistical models to determine when is a more appropriate time / frequency to provide offers, and more importantly, WHO to give out offers to, in order to build a sustainable and profitable business in the long-term. Every customer is different, and deserves to be treated differently.

1 year, 5 months ago on Ecomom’s aggressive discounting culture should be a cautionary tale for all of ecommerce

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hmm ... beautifully written ... makes me feel a bit emo reading it, cuz i'm now thinking abt my life ... as i'm reading, i realized i'm still at my office (yes on vday) w/ 2 other co-workers @retentionsci, can't help but reflect a bit on my personal life as an entrepreneur, the sacrifices and that ... i'm kind of "married to my startup" (you're so right), so is my co-founder, @awaage (who inspires me to work harder everyday) ... in fact that's all we think about, and we can't even stop talking abt it when we r grabbing a drink at the venice beach last wkend after walking around the beach "trying to relax" ... 

"single awareness day" makes me feel just a bit less normal cuz at times i feel like i'm giving up everything to pursue THE dream ... (i guess if that's what it takes, i'm all for it) ... but in the end, when i finally have the time to meet & mingle, i hope i won't be cynical and am still open to <3 ... thx for making me feel all weird & ... no words to describe on how i'm feeling right now ... haha

1 year, 5 months ago on Love, the leanest startup

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wow ... so sad to hear about this ... from somebody who's been looking forward to finally working together w/ an amazing team: emily, marcus, jim nist, etc ... hope all the ecomom employees that are impacted will be able to recover from this unfortunate ending to a beautiful vision ...

1 year, 5 months ago on Ecomom is liquidating and shutting down; investors are stunned

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@Patrick Coyne Thanks Patrick. We'll expand to other platforms shortly. The reason we started with Magento is that they are the biggest e-Commerce platform used by both small and large size companies. In addition, the extension makes it extremely easy for us to integrate and collect all the necessary data to make our predictions. We'll be looking into other platforms based on demands from our customers. If your company is run on another e-Commerce platform like ZenCart or Shopify, please us know and we'll be sure to look into it. Appreciate your comment.

1 year, 5 months ago on Meet Retention Score, the new metric that predicts your customer churn

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@paigecraig wow, thanks Paige for the encouragement.

1 year, 5 months ago on Meet Retention Score, the new metric that predicts your customer churn

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@AndrewCross Thanks Andrew for your feedback (and your thought is very consistent from our current customers). Our goal is to make the entire process easy so you don't have to think at all. Think going with the "Chef's Menu" vs. having to think a lot about what to order from Cheesecake Factory's huge menu - we strive to develop a platform that good that we can replace some thinking on your end. If you'd like more info, happy to chat more.

1 year, 5 months ago on Meet Retention Score, the new metric that predicts your customer churn

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so sorry to hear but best of luck to emily, marcus, jim and the rest of the team in vegas - it was great getting to know you guys the last couple of months. you're one rock star team!

1 year, 5 months ago on Ecomom cuts the majority of its staff, as Vegas tech community continues to reel from Jody Sherman’s death

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There are also many technology / tools are supporting the growth of ecommerce and helping them develop better customer relationships (which tends to be an argument against ecommerce due to the lack of human interactions to create a memorable shopping experience). ecommerce, however, can leverage companies like Retention Science to automate retention campaigns and re-engage customers to better manage that connection and build up customer loyalty in the long-term. ecommerce def has a lot of advantages over traditional brick & motor beyond just cost saving on having a physical space and the need to move inventory quickly, technology has also enabled them to market to their customers much more intelligently!

1 year, 5 months ago on Andreessen predicts the death of traditional retail. Yes: Absolute death

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jody was a great man. i had the privilege to first meet him and emily (his co-founder) in nyc after they were on good morning america. we spent a good 2 hours talking about how much we enjoyed starting companies and he's so freaking down-to-earth and real ... it's really nice and refreshing. he's no bs and willing to help younger entrepreneurs and i feel so fortunate to have met him and to learn from him. he's a true hustler and an icon for los angeles. terrible loss for us ... so sorry for your loss kerri ... rip.

1 year, 5 months ago on The startup community mourns the loss of ecomom founder Jody Sherman

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really looking forward to this particular story. having met danny from index previously, i know he's def not one easy to impress ... hope there will be more amazing la big hits in the coming years.

1 year, 5 months ago on Tickets for PandoMonthly LA with Nasty Gal’s Sophia Amoruso on sale now!

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What Futureful is building is very interesting. Personalization has been an important feature for any Internet properties for a long time now ... doesn't matter if you are an iPad app, a real-estate site like Zillow, to online e-Commerce like Zappos ... the ability to understand site visitors is crucial. Similarly, at Retention Science, we're also focusing on building our predictive algorithms to help e-Commerce optimize their re-engagement with existing customers. End results? we feel less bombarded and get less annoying and irrelevant marketing content & offers!

1 year, 6 months ago on Predictive personalization: Why Futureful is what StumbleUpon would be were it built today

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Congrats Mark! Steelhouse is killing it!

1 year, 6 months ago on Steelhouse backs up ad-tech hype with real data. Reports 21% click-through rates

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i applaud them for trying, executing, and most importantly, believing - as entrepreneurs, we can't always accurately predict where the economy is going or how investors will feel about the sector we're in when we need our next round of financing - and sometimes add'l funding is needed to take an ambitious idea to reality along the way ... seems like solid effort was made before reaching this conclusion ... best of luck to the team!

1 year, 6 months ago on Pop-Up Pantry closes its doors amid greater than anticipated costs

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just tried it, cleaner ui though not sure if people still use myspace for music discovery ... feel that they're too late in the game ...


1 year, 6 months ago on New Myspace is publicly available, works well, and doesn’t matter in the slightest

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very interesting ... cool to see the pro athletes getting involved too!

1 year, 6 months ago on Tiki Barber’s Thuzio raises $1.5 million to pimp out pro athletes

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this is awesome news for LA and raising the profile for our startup ecosystem (granted Lee will be in SF during the week) ... next up, dave mcclure!

1 year, 7 months ago on SV Angel’s David Lee stuns Valley insiders with a move to LA

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well researched piece; all the revenue numbers and estimates are very interesting! i'm most curious if amazon would come through - surely would be a dream come true for livingsocial ...

1 year, 7 months ago on LivingSocial may be running dangerously low on cash and time. Will Amazon come to the rescue?

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this is a great post and a good reminder for seed stage companies to stay truly grounded and scrappy, just because you're able to raise from angels & seed funds with less tangible & measurable criteria, series a is a lot tougher, and beyond just idea and execution ... there's a lot more to a successful and sustainable startups than just being featured on pando & tc!

1 year, 7 months ago on This is what you wanted, right? A perfect meritocracy?

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thx for sharing Ari! i feel equally thankful for my co-founder @Andy Waage who is not just a biz partner, but family. after working on 2 start-ups together during the past 2+ years, we've been through a lot together and still going strong building @retentionsci and we're excited about the future! i completely agree with your points, but would add one more: set long-term & short-term (personal & company) goals together - this helped keep us on the same page, and when time gets tough or we're not seeing the traction / results we were hoping for, we knew what we needed to keep doing / trying to hit next milestones

1 year, 8 months ago on I’m thankful for my co-founder

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@AndyAnderson haha ... awesome point.

1 year, 8 months ago on #DominateFund badly misses the celebrity integration mark

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amazing story and an inspiration for all of us who're looking to innovate in the startup world! good recap!

1 year, 8 months ago on How Naval Ravikant went to Washington and changed the law

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great news and love the idea - congrats aaron!!

1 year, 8 months ago on Pack leader Benchmark Capital tosses DogVacay a giant $6M Series A bone

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so agreed. and the piece of andrew doing yoga was hilarious. never seen it before, thx 4 sharing!

1 year, 8 months ago on Happy anniversary, Groupon! Or, how to spot a bad IPO

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They're marketing genius ... I wonder if there's a way to find out how many subscribers they got from the viral video?

1 year, 8 months ago on $9.8M richer, Dollar Shave Club may have survived the subscription commerce reckoning

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Congrats Josef & Ron - excited about working together!

1 year, 8 months ago on Swagbucks, the housewife currency, crosses 6.5M members and $30M in rewards earned

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 @francescastaana Thanks Francesca! Really appreciated your support while we worked on our previous start-up. Took 2 years to get to Retention Science, but we learned a lot! -Jerry

1 year, 9 months ago on Data Science Startup Retention Science Gets $1.3M, Fulfills Founder’s American Dream

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congrats guys!! we can all use more 'laffster' in our lives :) also went to geoff's comedy show in the past, the guy is hilarious (and quite nerdy with his google jokes!)

1 year, 9 months ago on Laffster looks to tickle your funny bone with political video discovery app “Mock the Vote”

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 @KenG agreed and very well put! i actually think wall street doesnt really get it cuz they're all about the immediate 'earning' w/o thinking long-term, no doubt facebook is already dominating the social-sphere ... just all the data it holds on all of us is worth the current cap. they just have to figure out how to monetize it effectively

1 year, 9 months ago on Was this quarter Facebook’s big turn around moment? Not likely

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congrats @Tianxiang Zhuo on the new launch. la could use more humble & resourceful vc's!!! we're excited abt the fund and so cool that you got to participate in wallaby's round!

1 year, 9 months ago on LA billionaire launches an evergreen early stage fund to make hometown investments

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love the pix. hilarious.

1 year, 9 months ago on Shutterstock’s road to IPO (told through awful Shutterstock images)

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that's too bad ... kind of like some of the yelp reviews, etc. ... companies are already buying 'fake likes' so not surprised that 15% of all reviews will soon to be 'sponsored' as well ... kind of like the old sponsoredtweets & ad.ly models

1 year, 10 months ago on Gartner: By 2014, Up to 15 Percent of Social Media Reviews Will Be Fake

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 @benwerd well written - thx for sharing! and yes .. quite an interesting idea

1 year, 10 months ago on With $4.5B to Spend, Marissa Mayer Should Forget the Small Deals and Find a PayPal or a YouTube

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wow! the startup scene really is booming in la! look forward to learning more abt the companies incubating out of startup ucla as well as the 2nd class of startups from other accelerators that launched their first class earlier this year ... continuity of quality of startups will be key!

1 year, 10 months ago on The Startup UCLA Accelerator Is About Entrepreneurship Not Investment Returns

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congrats Andrew, Dan & team!! awesome news!

1 year, 10 months ago on Hollywood Throwdown: Ticketfly Targets Ticketmaster with 400% User Growth in LA

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always respected jeff bezos for being a visionary. it was awesome to read bezos (awhile back) telling amazon investors not to buy their stocks unless they believe in what he has planned for the coming years and they're in it for the long-term not short-term gains ... he's re-innovating amazon, again! nice coverage michael

1 year, 10 months ago on Today’s Amazon Event Was About Its Ecosystem As Much As Its Hardware

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hahaha ... pretty hilarious.

1 year, 10 months ago on Why I Don’t Worry About Missing Burning Man

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need wallaby to rule my 5 credit cards!! no more tracking discover card 5% cashback vs. chase united card 2 miles for grocery purchases and all the other ones ...

1 year, 10 months ago on Wallaby Gets $1.1 Million to Offer One Smart Credit Card to Replace Them All

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aside from the buzz around "big data" - there's no doubt having human interference will make the product of algorithm & modeling effort more "intuitive" (whether it's predicting purchase decisions or product recommendations).

 

at retention science (a big data retention platform for ecommerce - sorry for term-dropping here), we understand and believe the importance of deriving insights from data, yet our data scientists often start off w/ the most basic models to just get a sense of trends (or "what's going on") because algorithms can't really tell us that - it requires a pair of eyes to read through / process data to derive more meaningful insights at the end of the day ... however, big data has its value, and technology & modeling does enable better results for many of its believers :)

1 year, 10 months ago on Big Data Be Damned, The Web Still Needs a Human Touch

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Congrats @Clark Landry  & James! Stoked for you guys. Love the demo via "test drive" http://www.grapheffect.com/test-drive/ - signed up for an invite & can't wait to try it! 

 

1 year, 11 months ago on GraphEffect Launches a Game-Changing Enterprise Collaboration Platform for Social Marketers, Including Public API

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congrats @JodySherman  & emily, very excited for you guys! esp look forward to hearing more abt the charity effort and the impact you're making in the community ...

1 year, 11 months ago on Eco-friendly Ecommerce Startup Gets $4.7M Injection

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 @KimCash Thanks Kim for the kind words! We really appreciate your support; if you're ever interested in some nerdy data talk and learn more about what we're up to, please feel free to reach out at retentionscience dot com :)

1 year, 11 months ago on Data Science Startup Retention Science Gets $1.3M, Fulfills Founder’s American Dream

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i prefer songza vs spotify at times because i can simply choose the kind of music for the mood i'm in - it's very 'brainless' and is nice when i'm not in a discovery mode (but even then, i run into new music in the genre that i like and i still 'discover' new songs) - i know they've been around for sometime and music is a tough space for startups, so i'm super excited for them on gaining such strong traction in canada!!

1 year, 11 months ago on Songza’s Founders Realized They Weren’t Thinking Radically Enough–Here’s How They Changed That

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 @JVenator Thanks for the kind words! We're just getting started but feel ambitious about the future (for us - the application of our technology is super exciting).

 

Re: Demo Day, it's amazing to see how much the LA start-up ecosystem has grown and how supportive everybody has been - we're humbled by being a part of it! We look forward to keeping you posted with our progress as we grow - and at the same time, continue to seek inspiration from other great ideas / successful start-ups like Lettuce.

1 year, 11 months ago on New Lettuce Order Management Platform Is as Beautiful as it Is Powerful

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i'm a fan of square, but sticking to sbux rewards card for now since i believe square users are not credited for the purchases for the free refills & stars just yet ;)

1 year, 11 months ago on Starbucks Approached Square After Rejecting Every Other Mobile Payment Player

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 @Danny Davis Thanks Danny for the shoutout - we (Retention Science) are working on refining our predictive technology and testing results w/ customers - we look forward to sharing results with our tech community in the future.

1 year, 11 months ago on Inaugural MuckerLab Demo Day Brings the House Down

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love sleeping at the office!

1 year, 11 months ago on PandoList: 5 “First In, Last Out” Engineers

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really enjoyed the pandolist - sad to see go, but sure you guys will come up with something else very cool for us to read and get to know folks in the community :) love the pic, a bit dramatic - haha :)

1 year, 11 months ago on A Sad Goodbye to the PandoList and Amanda Schwab

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Thanks all for your support & sharing of our 1st public announcement. We're truly excited about the future and will continue to work hard to live up to your expectations!

1 year, 12 months ago on Data Science Startup Retention Science Gets $1.3M, Fulfills Founder’s American Dream

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