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Digital Health Landscape 2015: Top 100 Influencers & Brands

Onalytica B2B

Below you can see a network map of the online conversation around digital health, which has sky-rocketed in the past three years. Below you can see a network map of the online conversation around digital health, which has sky-rocketed in the past three years. Mapping the community. We captured data from 32,549 users.

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Fintech 2015: Top 100 Influencers and Brands

Onalytica B2B

This emerging market has seen a burst of activity over the last 5 years, global investment in Fintech tripled to $12.21B in 2014. Equally though these new organizations are typically dwarfed by the legacy banking organizations both in terms of their customer base, investment potential and mobilizable staff. Click here to register!

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8 Interesting Things You Probably Didn't Know About Google's Algorithm

Hubspot

Maybe you do, if you’re a marketing nerd like I am.) As marketers, all of this stuff matters. It’s only going to continue to change, so in order to maintain good search standing, marketers should learn to adapt. 4) PageRank was named after Google co-founder Larry Page. PageRank itself has quite a history.

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IoT 2016: Top 100 Influencers and Brands

Onalytica B2B

The Internet of Things (IoT) is the term used to describe the networking of physical objects, such as consumer electronic devices, vehicles, buildings, air conditioners, heating systems and other items. This networked utopia isn’t a new concept. So too are expectations. “In the beginning, the Internet was a thing.

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Digital Health 2016: Top 100 Influencers and Brands

Onalytica B2B

According to Startup Health 2016 has already seen 4 deals over $100M, as compared to 7 in all of 2015. This trend is set to continue as industry players take an active role in piloting, investing in, and mentoring young digital-health companies helping to bring the innovations to market needed to sustain long-term health outcomes.