Traffic Platform’s latest release helps power users work smarter, not harder

As a leading traffic provider for advertisers and affiliate marketers, we make it a priority to listen to customer feedback when we release new Traffic Platform features. This time, we focused on the “power users” who test and optimize multiple campaigns to max out their earnings. Whether you’re promoting a…

Shipping up to Boston Data Festival 2015

On the evening of Thursday, September 17th, Software Engineer Jeff Segall and Quantitative Analyst Ananth Bevinahally (a.k.a., 50onRed’s “dynamic data duo”) boarded a flight to Boston for the Boston Data Festival, an annual data science conference hosted by Open Data Science (#ODSC). The festival, which just completed its third year,…

Forge Conference 2015: A Day for Philly Digital Design

Here at 50onRed, we wholeheartedly believe in the importance of networking (especially the in-person kind) because it gives us the chance to learn new things, meet cool people, and stay involved with the tech community. That’s why we make it a point to attend industry events (and okay, we also…

Alphabet: What’s Happening With The Big G

It’s just another day in the tech world, when Google drops some big news. However, with the Internet conglomerate’s latest announcement, some have speculated that this big news is actually making Google… smaller? In a post published to Google’s blog on Monday, August 10th, CEO Larry Page explained that Google…

The Dos and Don’ts of a Successful Product Manager

DO know your product. You should be the foremost expert on your product from day one. Have a good understanding of the product process before, during, and after launch, and know how each step will affect the end result. In addition to being well-versed in your specific product, it’s also…

From Teacher to Coder

Bob had always dreamed of being a music teacher. But, as he got older, this dream changed; he wanted to become a web developer. Read about how he transitioned between two very different careers, and what the experience has taught him.

When (Not What): Product Prioritization in Three Steps

I’d bet a nickel that most successful tech companies don’t have any problem coming up with things to work on, features to build, or products to launch. To the contrary, most companies probably have more of those things than they could ever have time to ever build—and 50onRed is no …

User Experience is RAIL-ly Important (Fluent 2015: 5 of 5)

This is the fifth post in a five-post series about O’Reilly’s Fluent Conference. In the last few posts, we’ve talked about the expansion of front end development, the fundamental requirements of building on the web, and the evolution of JavaScript. As product-centric engineers, though, it’s important to remember that all…

JavaScript is Evolving (Fluent 2015: 4 of 5)

Three members of our team headed to San Francisco for Fluent Conference and came back ready to share their insights. The next to last post of the series discusses the evolution of JavaScript.