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This week, Travis and Stewart discuss the latest in VR experiences including a VR vacation simulator -- or VRacation simulator, if you like Travis' made-up words. They also discuss VR's marketing problem, and European standards for watching ads in VR. Yep, it's a VR-fest this week. And speaking of emerging technologies, the duo then interview Nirma…
 
This week, Travis and Stewart interview Mike Wikan on the future of emerging technologies and what they're going to mean for both our daily lives and how organizations, businesses, and governments will be affected. In the news, we talk about A.I. that learns from all other A.I.s, Sophia the robot citizen, a new Messenger bot of note, and the world'…
 
This week, Travis and Stewart discuss the latest in A.I.-powered apps and show that you don't have to be a massive organization to use artificial intelligence across your product or service. They also work their way through a list of 100 cryptocurrencies and explain what these blockchain-powered tokens mean for the future of payments. Then, we inte…
 
This week, Travis and Stewart interview the awesome Steve Rayson of Buzzsumo, which has analyzed over 100 million headlines to learn what works, what doesn't, and what converts. In the news, we discuss a new solution for creating Alexa skills, the questions businesses must answer before creating a bot, and give a shout out to those of our friends t…
 
This week, Travis and Stewart talk about A.I. and the Internet of Things (still the worst tech term in existence), A.I. and customer service, and two opposing Facebook stories that are united by one common thread - how the social media levitation makes its money. We then interview Robert Rose, a content marketing genius who gives us the lowdown on …
 
This week, Travis and Stewart interview the incredible Erich Joachimsthaler, celebrated branding expert and author. This is one of the most impactful interviews of the year - Erich gives takeaway after takeaway. In the news, we discuss A.I.'s role in bringing TV advertising up to date and how computer vision is changing the world: not just in marke…
 
This week, Travis and Stewart interview the amazing Shaul Olmert, who has grown Playbuzz from scratch to an audience of over 80 million. He tells us what it takes to not only make that possible, but maintain the community he helped build. In the news, we talk about Samsung's developer conference and the new products that were announced at the event…
 
This week, Travis and Stewart discuss the perils of unlocking phones with your face. Let's just say that Stewart isn't a fan. They then talk about Snapchat's newfound usefulness, location-based marketing, and a big raise for a geographical data company. They then interview Amit Walia about A.I., where it is making a real difference now, and what is…
 
In this week's news, Travis and Stewart talk about A.I. domination at the Martech conference in Boston, where -- seemingly -- it was the topic on the lips of marketers, speakers, and vendors everywhere. We also highlight an A.I.-powered advertising technology that is making waves: More than $250 million in waves, in fact. Finally, we bring everyone…
 
In this week's episode, Travis and Stewart talk about virtual reality advertising, Intercom's new lead-generation solution, and Amazon's smart goggles, which sound like they might be a terrible idea. Or they might be good. Stewart thinks, either way, that they'll be cheap because Amazon doesn't do premium products. In our guest interview, Sean Elli…
 
In the news this week, Travis and Stewart reveal a new round of funding for an A.I. customer service solution, why retail needs VR to survive, and how blockchain technology is coming to marketing. They then interview as fraud expert James Peng of Match, the company that runs some of the most recognizable dating apps in the world. This is one episod…
 
This week, Travis and Stewart interview Jason Miller of LinkedIn, who not only drops a succession of marketing knowledge bombs in our collective laps but who also blows our minds with stories of his amazing live music photography. In the news, we tackle ad viewability, a new customer research solution, and another marketing-focused A.I. startup - t…
 
In this week's episode, Travis and Stewart interview Stan Bokov, who managed to promote his "social network of fintech" to millions of users for free. He explains how this was possible, and what lessons were learned along the way. In the news, Alexa and Cortana are getting married. The dynamic duo muse on what that means for marketers and conversat…
 
This week, Travis and Stewart discuss the bizarre, weird, wonderful world of KFC's VR "chicken mastery program" and Google's attempts to catch up with Amazon in conversational UI (bolstered by a partnership with Walmart). And in an interview recorded at Unbounce's excellent CTAConf event in Vancouver, they interview the brilliant, yet very sweary, …
 
In this week's episode - recorded at the excellent Unbounce CTAConf in Vancouver - Travis and Stewart interview Scott Stratten, the man behind "unmarketing." Scott reveals some of his greatest engagement tips and tells us how A.I. will affect the marketer's life. Speaking of A.I., in the news this week, we debate whether artificial intelligence is …
 
In this week's episode, Travis and Stewart interview the Queen of Facebook, Mari Smith - recorded at Unbounce's CTAConf. Mari divulges what really works -- and what doesn't -- when it comes to using Facebook for your business. In the news, we discuss two big funding rounds for two very different data analytics tools, and we dig into what Walmart is…
 
In this week's episode, Travis and Stewart discuss a new report that suggests marketers are worried about automation taking their jobs. They segue seamlessly into a conversation about the have-nots, the haves, and the new breed of super-haves (thanks to A.I., of course), but they end on a brighter A.I.-based note. They then interview Rand Fishkin -…
 
This week, Travis and Stewart discuss the implications of the largest A.I. funding round in history, let alone one of the biggest Canada has ever seen. They also dig into eBay's foray into computer vision, how image search will be bigger than conversational UI, and what is going on in the world of rewarded video ads. We then launch our CTAConf seri…
 
This week, Travis and Stewart interview the awesome Cathy Hackl, who is helping big brands get real returns from VR and AR, even at this early "Wild West" stage of the game. Cathy schools us in what works, what doesn't, and what the future holds. In the news, we find out how TUNE is helping to end mobile ad fraud, discuss the latest in the Snapchat…
 
In this week's episode, Travis and Stewart discover just how much the field of machine leaning, A.I., and cognitive computing has grown over the last few years. And naturally, there's a new A.I.-powered marketing technology to reveal this week too, as well as a conversation about LinkedIn and its video strategy. We then talk to the amazing Gary Nix…
 
This week, Travis and Stewart talk about the future of A.I., and Stewart has a big issue with a study of over 1,600 experts, wondering how they could collectively be so wrong. We then interview the awesome Ben Parr, who continues the conversation on A.I., bots, and where this is all headed.
 
This week, Travis and Stewart discuss Google's latest lab project - VR ads. Apparently, we can't escape ads in even our virtual realities. We also talk about some smart A.I.-powered video solutions, and analytics for smart speakers. Rishi Dave is our guest, which gives us a chance to be schooled by one of the leading CMOs on everything martech-rela…
 
This week, Travis and Stewart interview Damien Mahoney, who tells us everything we need to know about user-generated content, machine learning, A.I., and what the future holds for consumer engagement. In the news, we discuss the marketing implications of Amazon's intention to buy Whole Foods, and a new study that offers hope for competing e-commerc…
 
This week, Travis and Stewart talk about artificial intelligence. A lot. In fact, it appears marketing is being taken over by A.I., machine learning, and cognitive computing this week, as every piece of important news includes an A.I. element. After the news, we get to interview the one and only David Berkowitz about the future of social media. And…
 
This week, Travis and Stewart interview TJ Leonard on why video content is so engaging, and what marketers can do to leverage the opportunity. In the news segment, they discuss what Apple's WWDC event means for marketers, why the Homepod might not be the most attractive smart speaker option, and what it will mean if we block all ads, all the time, …
 
This week, Travis and Stewart discuss the latest A.I. startups, including Replika - a spin-off of the Luka bot that creates a "digital ghost" of your friends. We also talk about Demandbase's new (massive) round of funding and Twitter's new ad units that put a bot in your DMs. We then interview Travis Freeman of Upload, who tells us all about the fu…
 
In this week's episode, Stewart and Travis discuss how Google's announcements at its I/O event will affect marketers and marketing this year, and we also discuss how AI is helping B2B markets. We then get to interview the awesome Kristian Segerstrale of Super Evil Megacorp, who gives us the lowdown on how to create amazing communities, and how to s…
 
This week, Travis and Stewart are lucky enough to interview Adelyn Zhou of Topbots. We get schooled on the latest in A.I., how smaller businesses can get involved (it isn't just for Fortune 500 types), what's going on with chatbots, and whether she prefers Decepticons or Autobots. We also discuss the latest news (including some A.I. startups, of co…
 
In this week's episode, Stewart and Travis interview the amazing Sujan Patel, who hits us with so many growth hacking and content marketing techniques it leaves us spinning. And in the news, it is A.I. all the way, as we find out more about Microsoft's massive investments in the space, discover yet another AI-powered marketing tool, and dig into wh…
 
In this week's episode, Stewart and Travis finally hit the one year mark with VB Engage. To celebrate, they've launched a fantastic competition to win a Huawei tablet, details of which you can find in the show notes for this episode over at http://venturebeat.com/vbengage. In the news, we talk about an amazing new fund for A.I. startups, an A.I.-po…
 
In this week's episode, Stewart and Travis discuss (almost) everything announced at Facebook's F8 Developer Conference, including its new chatbot discovery tools, A.I., augmented reality, and 360-degree video hardware - everything a budding marketer needs to create engaging content (and everything Facebook needs to increase advertising revenue). We…
 
In this week's episode, Stewart and Travis interview the amazing Everette Taylor, a serial entrepreneur who went from being homeless to co-founding GrowthHackers, creating GrowthPup, and his current position as CMO at Skurt. He reveals the secrets of his success throughout this fascinating, eye-opening conversation (which includes a home truth abou…
 
In this week's episode, Stewart and Travis reveal details of three - yes three - brand-new A.I. or machine learning-powered marketing technologies. In customer service, social media, and the fascinating field of narrative analysis, these cognitive computing technologies are taking over, and we try to work out what that means for the future. We also…
 
In this week's episode, Travis and Stewart interview Spencer Liu about the importance of community, how to build one in a smartphone-driven world, and what how mobile games can benefit from bringing fans together. In the news, we discover machine learning techniques that can identify who you are from just your social media status updates, find out …
 
In this week's episode, Travis and Stewart talk about a new A.I.-powered startup that measures viewers' emotions as they watch YouTube videos, and they discuss the latest in social media advertising, including how important video has become. That provides a nice segue, since they also get to interview Michael Stelzner during the week of Social Medi…
 
In this week's episode, Stewart and Travis discover that A.I. and chatbots are a rollercoaster. On the ride to the top, a new bot marketing company promises to close the loop and help chatbots pay their way, while on the rapid drop Facebook is pulling back from chatbots after news of massive failure rates. Our interview this week is with the irrepr…
 
In this week's episode, Travis and Stewart interview the CMO of IBM Watson, Stephen Gold. We talk about cognitive computing, A.I., machine learning, and more, discovering how long we have before the robots take over (just kidding). In the news, we reveal funding rounds for two A.I. marketing tools, talk about the Snapchat IPO aftermath, Instagram's…
 
In this week's episode, recorded on the day of the Snap IPO, Stewart and Travis discuss the supposed exodus of influencers using Snapchat, and whether those with a huge following are that valuable to your business anyway. With great reward comes great risk, right PewDiePie? We also discuss the latest AI-powered marketing technology, and Travis thro…
 
In this week's episode, Stewart and Travis interview Mitchell Reichgut about honesty in mobile ads, consumers and the "race to X," and what the future holds for mobile engagement. In the news, we talk about the latest announcements in conversational commerce, including developments in taking payments through Facebook Messenger, and the A.I.-driven …
 
In this week's episode, Stewart and Travis discuss the impact A.I. is having on the way websites are designed. A.I. is now building millions of creative elements for us, and we're starting to move away from curated, static web pages. We interview Itai Lahan of Cloudinary on the future of images and video, and how technology can still offer up a few…
 
In this week's episode, Stewart and Travis talk about how live video is taking over Twitter to the point where the social network is becoming a global TV network, how 4K 360-degree content will start to become the norm in the near future, and why that means Stewart will have to start using a better moisturiser. We then find out why A.I. is making S…
 
In this episode, Travis and Stewart interview Sean Sheppard of GrowthX on how to grow your startup, the lessons he has learned along the way, and what you can do differently that will have a massive impact on your fledgling business. We also talk about Facebook's quarterly results and the massive $3 billion Snap Inc. IPO - timely, since Stewart sho…
 
This week, Travis and Stewart finish up their Web Summit series of podcasts with a bona fide Hollywood star, Joseph Gordon-Levitt. We talk with Joe (as Stewart now calls him) about the creative, collaborative community he founded with his brother - hitRECord - and how he has not only managed to grow it to over half a million members but why everyon…
 
This week, Travis and Stewart continue their Web Summit series of interviews with the awesome Stephane Kasriel of Upwork, which connects more than 12 million freelancers with over 5 million customers. We find out how it manages such a diverse and expansive community, and what has changed since mobile became dominant. And in the news, it is all abou…
 
This week, Travis and Stewart continue their Web Summit series of interviews with the amazing Katia Beauchamp of Birchbox, the original box subscription service. We find out how the company has signed more than one million subscribers, and four million customers, in such a short time. We also hear how mobile has changed everything, and why it is so…
 
Travis and Stewart are back with a bang after the holiday season break. In this episode, we continue our Web Summit series of interviews with the one and only Robert Scoble, who was carrying a Microsoft Hololens in his jacket pocket the way you and I would store our smartphones. He gives us the lowdown on the future of VR, AR, MR, and the iPhone 8.…
 
This week, Travis and Stewart wrap up 2016 - which has been such a great year - with their predictions for the future of mobile, marketing, engagement, community, and everything else we manage to shoehorn into VB Engage each week. We also thank our families, producers, directors, makeup artists, and editors for 33 episodes of slightly above-average…
 
This week, Travis and Stewart interview Alexis Ohanian, cofounder of the front page of the internet, Reddit. The second in our Web Summit series, this was recorded the morning of the U.S. Presidential Election results, which made for some interesting discussion around communities, influence, and Reddit's role in that process -- a topic that has sin…
 
This week, we bring you the first VB Engage to have been recorded live on stage! That's right: At Web Summit in Lisbon earlier this year, we got to interview Alan Schaaf of internet phenomenon Imgur about the evolution of the company, geek culture, community, and what it takes to create a success from seemingly meagre beginnings. In the news segmen…
 
This week, Travis and Stewart interview Jessy Hanley, who knows a thing or two (well, more like a few thousand things) about apps, games, and how to unlock the secrets of success. They also discuss the latest Instagram features, which look to further copy Snapchat and take on the likes of Periscope and Facebook Live. Will Instagram win, or are we h…
 
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