Sharpening the Saw: How We Reduced Client Onboarding to the Push of a Button

This post is part of our Summer Intern Blog Series! Each of our most recent class of interns wrote a blog post on their biggest accomplishments and lessons of the summer. This installment comes from Sophia.  Sophia studied Psychology and Economics at Northwestern University and is currently pursuing a Masters in Computer Science. Born and raised here in New York, she has many strong and occasionally abrasive opinions on what constitutes a truly good slice of pizza.

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Inspiration Takes Center Stage At The 2017 AppNexus Women’s Leadership Forum

The Women’s Leadership Forum is AppNexus’ annual conference for current and aspiring leaders in the global digital community. This year, on November 9th, we’re structuring the day around three themes in order to generate important conversations around diversity and inclusion, as well as empower attendees to enact real change, both in their careers and their organizations.

The three themes are: ”Inspire,” “Include,” and “Take Action.”

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A Case Study in Giving: How AppNexus Rallied its People for Disaster Relief

If you’ve browsed the web or turned on the news in the last couple of weeks, you’ve probably been confronted with images of the destruction caused by natural disasters in Texas, Mexico, Puerto Rico, and elsewhere.

They certainly struck a chord here at AppNexus.

Within days of the news that Hurricane Harvey had devastated much of the Houston area, AppNexians were thinking up ways to rally the company to raise money for victims. Fortunately, they weren’t alone – the AppNexus Impact Steering Committee was ready to help.

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Introducing the Ads.txt Validation Tool

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Today, in continuing support of the IAB’s ads.txt project, AppNexus is releasing an ads.txt validation tool to the public.  This free resource will help digital publishers ensure their ads.txt file is free of common errors we’ve observed many publishers make.

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How to Network with Salesforce (And Without the Small Talk and Lukewarm Spinach Pastries)

This post is part of our Summer Intern Blog Series! Each of our most recent class of interns wrote a blog post on their biggest accomplishments and lessons of the summer. This installment comes from Connor, a rising senior at Columbia University studying Business Management and Dance. He’s passionate about structural equity, diversity and inclusion, the arts, and the jalapeño chips in the AppNexus café.

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