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Once you have a feel for ScanScout’s business, you’ll want to check out their Careers page, where they have a number of jobs posted.

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Sometimes I get annoyed when I go to YouTube to watch a video and get forced to watch an ad or when a video overlay pops up on a site I want to visit. Then I remind myself how awesome it is that I get access to so much free content. As a content producer, I’m especially aware of how hard it is to make a profit off of quality content. I’m never going to bombard you with stuff that you’re not interested in, which is why we only take on sponsors who have awesome entry level jobs to offer or at least make sense for job seekers. I guess that means that we’re editorializing in our acceptance of advertising. ScanScout, which has offices in Boston, New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Chicago, targets ads a bit differently. They’re a “technology-driven video ad network that delivers precise audience targeting and superior brand results by capturing and synthesizing billions of content and user interaction data points to match the right ad to the right video, at the right time.” That doesn’t mean that their video ads won’t annoy you, but at least they’ll be way less likely to annoy you—and might even interest you. The whole targeting process is automated, which is really impressive considering these aren’t contextually targeted text ads.

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ScanScout already has a lot of major advertisers working on their platform. They have brands like Bing, JC Penney, Jaguar, Oreo, and Axe. You can take a look at some of the ads on the ScanScout home page or you can take a look at their ad gallery. To learn more about ScanScout, you’ll probably want to take a look at how they convey their brand message to both advertisers and publishers. Additionally, you’ll want to know whom they’re partnered with and what kind of technology they’re using. Once you have a feel for ScanScout’s business, you’ll want to check out their Careers page. They have a number of postings, and although none of them scream entry level, you’ll want to check out the job postings anyway. There are certainly some interesting opportunities in areas like Business Development, Account Management/Ad Sales, and Web Development/User Experience.

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2 responses to “ScanScout”

  1. K says:

    Willy, you’ve done it once again. While your failure to highlight companies with actual and available entry-level jobs may be a sign of our country’s economic woes, I think its about time to rename this section to “Not really entry level jobs for new college grads.”

    • Did you try applying for any of their jobs? If I didn’t post on some of the jobs that had descriptions requiring a few years of experience, there would be some former One Day, One Job readers who would still be subscribed (if you know what I mean).

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