Danny Bibi Featured in a New Interview
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Danny Bibi Featured in a New Interview

Friday, March 4, 2022 3:00 AM
AdMedia
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The noted tech entrepreneur participated in a wide-ranging, on-the-record conversation exploring his journey to success and his business philosophy.

LOS ANGELES, CA / ACCESSWIRE / March 4, 2022 / When a freelance journalist asked Danny Bibi, founder, president, and CEO of the performance-based advertising network AdMedia, to sit down for an in-depth interview, he agreed readily, eager to share his knowledge and experiences with the public. The interview was conducted on behalf of an online publication based in the United Kingdom and dedicated to matters relating to business and technology, was published on January 6, 2022.

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At the outset of the piece, Danny is asked what specifically separates AdMedia from its competition in a notoriously cutthroat industry. "Adaptive technology. We have a massive database of information on every ad campaign we've run, so our AI and machine learning algorithms get better and better every day at learning what consumers want and what drives them to become customers," he replies, adding, "The kind of analysis we can do now in minutes used to take us days or weeks before and required specialists with years of training. Now, we've been able to teach our machines to give us insights that we didn't even know were possible before."

Further along in the interview, Danny Bibi relates some sage advice to any would-be tech entrepreneurs in the readership, extolling the virtues of flexibility. "Constantly look at your business book and adapt to whatever comes your way. If one idea isn't producing the results you want, don't let it continue to underperform just because you're afraid to change it. Success is an ongoing process, and those who adapt are the ones who survive the business world."

Finally, Danny addresses a question about how he maintains his sanity in such a competitive business environment, answering, "I try not to make comparisons to my competition. I set my own goals and work to achieve them. When you get caught up in trying to outdo the competition, you tend to lose focus on what's ultimately good for yourself and those around you. So, I focus on what I'm doing and do my best not to focus on what my competition is up to."

Anyone interested in reading the full text of the interview can find it located here. Anyone curious to learn more about Danny Bibi is encouraged to visit his professional website, while anyone curious to learn more about AdMedia is encouraged to visit the company's official website.

About Danny Bibi:

Danny Bibi is the founder, president, and CEO of AdMedia, a performance-based advertising network company that works to scale businesses and amplify their voices online.

A long-time entrepreneur, Danny started his first company, an internet domain aggregator called Global Net 2000 Domain Holdings, with a partner in 1993. Here, he managed a team of 12 designers and developed an algorithm for domain registration and monetization. Danny attended UCLA from 1994 - 1996, completing a certificate program in general business studies with a concentration in real estate. Following that, he enrolled in California State University-Northridge from 1996 - 2000, where he studied business law and management, information systems, and international business, ultimately earning a bachelor's degree in business administration. While still attending classes at California State, Danny Bibi founded AdMedia in 1998. The company now boasts around 150 wholly owned and operated websites within its internal network and is responsible for creating more than 40 highly-effective web traffic products, including contextual.com and intextual.com.

Contact Information:

Danny Bibi
Founder and President, AdMedia
6320 Canoga Avenue, Suite 200
Woodland Hills, California 91367
Email: [email protected]
Phone: (800) 296-7104
Website: dannybibi.com
Twitter: @Ad_Media

SOURCE: AdMedia

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