Kiip Up #46: Kiip’s Insider Info

Hello again!

It may be snowing on the East coast, but in San Francisco, we’re relishing the winter sunshine. It’s been great for productivity – we’ve had a busy start to 2015! Check out the links below to see what we’ve been up to.


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The Kiip Year in Review 2014: Developer Edition

Cheers from Kiip

Developers – THANK YOU! 2014 was a monumental year for Kiip. We could not have done it without you.

Some of the highlights? A bigger-than-ever network eCPM, new tools for delivering rewards and some exciting adventures on the horizon.

Want to see how you helped? Read on to find out.

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How to Monetize Your Site with Kiip’s Web SDK

One of the newest Kiip products for developers is our Web SDK. It enables devs to take the same engaging rewards they deliver on mobile apps and apply them to their web-based properties.

This versatile SDK benefits publishers, games, e-commerce sites, mobile-friendly sites building out native apps and so much more. Many of our partners have already expanded and seen smashing success.

Game Show Network (GSN) and Publisher’s Clearing House (PCH) are just two developers who recently integrated the Web SDK. Here are their stories.

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Security, Consolidation & Connectivity: The 3 Things Missing from CES

There were hundreds, if not thousands, of articles about CES this week. Even if you couldn’t make the event, you probably heard about the coolest car tech, wearable designs and even the weirdest product announcements. It was a trip; I was constantly impressed at every turn.

CES is undoubtedly a gathering place for innovation. But with the introduction of so many fantastic gadgets, important details were lost within the hype. Silent opportunities – how to keep those products secure, consolidated, connected – need to be addressed. Here’s where entrepreneurs could have focused efforts to make consumers feel safer and more satisfied with the rapid evolution of new technologies.

CES 2015

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Why Your Boss Wants to Hear “Let Me Try”

Your first 90 days at a new job are perhaps your most important in the length of your career.

Many companies will hire you on contract for that time – think of it as a “make or break” trial period to see if you have what it takes. It can determine the length of your career at that company, the expectations your managers have of you and even how high you rise.

As I’ve watched my team grow, I’ve seen how differently folks encounter their first 90 days at Kiip. Some have shone brighter. Below are a few tips on what to do in your first 90 days.

How to navigate your first 90 days at a new job.

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