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might twitter be getting a new CEO ???

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Adam Bain, Twitter president of global revenue and partnerships.


Investors in Twitter are currently wondering out-loud whether it might be time for a leadership change at the company, following its lackluster financial performance in the last quarter and weak guidancefor the rest of the year.Were Twitter CEO Dick Costolo to leave, or be forced to leave, insiders have singled out the company’s revenue boss Adam Bain as the most logical replacement.

And those outside the company who work with 40-year-old Bain — Twitter’s advertisers — would be thrilled to have him at the top too.

We spoke to a bunch of people from across the advertising community about Bain’s suitability as a successor to Costolo, and, without fail, everyone we spoke to sung his praises. They were gushing.

As one senior advertising agency exec who asked not to be named told Business Insider: “He’s a shrewd guy. Very cool-headed. Nice to work with. Very smart. And very well-regarded by the industry; people really warm to him, so he’d be the obvious choice.”

Bain’s achievements so far

The first argument that came up in opposition the idea of Bain taking over as Twitter CEO among the people we spoke to is that, as a sales guy, he lacks product chops. But his CV tells a different story.

Bain joined Twitter back in 2010 from Fox, where he was president of its audience network (FAN,) an ad platform that helped monetize News Corporation’s web properties and many hundreds of third-party websites.

Prior to that he was Fox Interactive Media’s first chief technology officer, helping lead several high-profile acquisitions such as MySpace, Photobucket, IGN, and Scout Media.

And when he first started at News Corp back in the late 1990s/early 2000s, Bain was responsible for running the technology and product divisions at FOXSports.com.

Even at Twitter, while his role has been ostensibly sales and partnerships focused, he has helped build out advertising products.

The success of Twitter Amplify can be largely attributed to Bain. Twitter Amplify allows broadcasters to extend real-time photos or videos into Twitter ads, which can be sponsored by a brand. Its 80+ partners so far include NFL, McDonald’s, Verizon, CBS, American Express, Fox TV, BBC Global News, Sky, and Viacom.

Marketers have found “strengths and limitations” to Amplify so far, but Brian Wieser, senior analyst at Pivotal Research Group, told AdAge in 2014that Amplify had crucially “given Twitter a seat at the table with senior marketers that it otherwise might not have.”

Arguably, Bain’s greatest achievement to date is growing the company to a solid enough commercial position for the company to IPO in 2013. And while Twitter’s revenue and guidance isn’t where investors and analysts think it should be at the moment, it is still growing in double digit percentages.

Twitter’s IPO created 1,600 new millionaires, mostly from rank-and-file employees, according to data from market research analyst PrivCo. That no doubt puts Bain, and others who steered the company through the IPO process (which includes Dick Costolo), in a solid position internally.

Were Costolo to leave Bain is likely to be a popular choice among staff. We stress here that this is merely hypothetical right now. Many people we spoke to said that those calling for Costolo to exit are likely to be short-termist investors who don’t understand the company; Costolo himself says he has the full confidence of the board; and the eight-person board is made up of Costolo himself, alongside Twitter’s co-founders and former CEOs Evan Williams and Jack Dorsey. Williams and Dorsey both understand how difficult a job it is to be Twitter’s CEO.

One source who has worked closely with Twitter for years said of Bain: “He’s grown with the business, and has a great feel for the culture, the place, and the people.”

That said, those that have also been there since the early days may wonder whether the installation of Bain at the top would signal a move away from its entrepreneurial spirit of old. Even some of the advertising execs we spoke to said this could be a barrier to his promotion.

One source close to Twitter said that while Bain has been “widely viewed as the guy who has done the best at Twitter,” the only evidence of his success so far is on the revenue side. But Twitter’s problem (that its own chief financial officer admits to being its problem) is that while nearly everybody in the world knows what Twitter is, just a small subset of people — journalists, famous people — know how to use it. The product is complicated and it needs a shakeup, or a move in a different direction, our source said, adding that Bain probably isn’t the right person to do that.

An advertising agency source suggested Bain could potentially allay product concerns by bringing on board a right-hand man — kind of like the opposite of what product visionary Mark Zuckerberg did when he appointed Sheryl Sandberg as Facebook’s COO — or elevating someone in the internal product team such as SVP of product Kevin Weil to a more senior role.

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Twitter executive Adam Bain (right) wearing a MoPub t-shirt after the $350 million acquisition.Pivotal’s Wieser told Business Insider that the single biggest challenge between Twitter and Wall Street is “communicating a consistent message about what investors should focus on.” Wieser said he was “surprised” after Twitter’s IPO roadshow that the company chose to talk about the user story, rather than the “wonderful commercial story” he believes the company should have focused on instead.One person close to the company told Business Insider senior editor Alexei Oreskovic that Twitter’s November analyst day showed Bain “is the most effective communicator at the company.”Soon Twitter is going to have a far richer commercial story it will need to communicate: Twitter has opened up some of its ad inventory to Google it recently acquired marketing company TellApart that should help it give marketers more granular information about how effective their campaigns are; and we’re still waiting to hear more about what kind of impact Twitter’s $350 million acquisition of mobile ad server MoPub has had on the business.These are all solid advertising-based stories for Twitter to shout about — long-term revenue opportunities that are not entirely directly linked with user growth (which is stalling and the main concern about Twitter with investors.)

But perhaps this also points to the idea that, as Wieser suggests, Twitter needs to make a decision on what it wants to be and how it wants to present itself to the outside world, before it makes a decision on who should be its CEO.

who is @instamotor ???

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Update: It has come to our attention that a very similar service, Carlypso, has been operating since August 2013, and according to a comment thread in Hacker News, Instamotor’s founders have previously interacted with it.

Startups have already begun to solve some “real” and “difficult” problems — laundry, selfies, underwear delivery — but a new company is now taking on a new problem: Selling your car.

Bay Area-based Instamotor, which quietly launched eight weeks ago, wants to make selling a car painless and fruitful by taking care of the entire process and leaving sellers with a nice chunk of change at the end.

Oh, and technology is involved too, but we’ll get to that later.

The problem and the solution

The bottom line is that selling one’s car “sucks,” as the company puts it.

The idea for Instamotor sprung out of cofounder Sy Bohy’s awful experience last summer when he needed to see his car. The private-selling route (i.e., Craigslist) was a long and inconvenient process (scheduling car showings, coordinating with various interested buyers, negotiating, and so on). Selling it to a dealership would have left him with much less money in his pocket than desired.

In fact, used car dealerships normally purchase the cars for only 70-80 percent of the price a seller could get in a private sale, according to Bohy.

As a solution, Instamotor takes care of the entire process. It photographs and makes a pricing recommendation for the vehicle, schedules a wash and mechanical inspection, keeps the listing active across multiple marketplaces, vets and schedules test-drives with potential buyers, and even handles the ownership transfer paperwork — all while the seller continues to use their car.

Their cut? Only five percent of the final sale price.

Unlike dealerships and consignment lots, Instamotor has very low overhead costs (no real estate or full-time staff to employ even when there no customers).

“We come sort of in the middle,” said Bohy in an interview with VentureBeat.

And luckily for them, that five percent cut still represents a huge opportunity: 40 million used cars are sold every year in the U.S., roughly a $600 billion market and a $30 billion opportunity at a five-percent commission, according to the company.

The teammates found each other serendipitously. Bohy connected with Val Gui, a former car salesman, on Hacker News after posting some ponderings about the car selling industry, and Gui happened to already be friends with experience iOS developer and entrepreneur Enea Gjoka.

“The average person buys or sells about nine or ten cars in a lifetime,” said Gui. “They don’t know how to do this. Dealers know what they’re doing and can take advantage of that situation.”

Instamotor 2.0

On the tech side of things, Instamotor is mainly building algorithms to model the car prices it suggests to sellers (Bohy’s background is in computer science and back-end software). It gathers data through crawling and indexing websites such as Craigslist and AutoTrader.

“We [also] built a lot of code around listing the cars on multiple places,” said Bohy, “and making sure cars get continued exposure,” though the team assured us they carefully obey the terms of service of the sites they work with.

Inventory management is another aspect they’ve built software in order to operate better.

However, what’s even more interesting and intriguing about Instamotor’s technology is the next phase in their product — which the team firmly declined to share details about.

But it’s not hard to speculate about: We’d guess it will like start using mobile technologies to help it scale its business, largely because it’s already received numerous seller requests from outside the Bay Area.

“Humans don’t scale,” Bohy said. “One of the biggest advantages for [our model] is that people people can still continue to use their vehicles [while we sell them],” he later added during the interview.

Gjoka’s background is in iOS development, so putting two and two together gives us the likely release of a mobile app (easy to scale) that would guide sellers through an easy and templated process to get their vehicle ready and listed through Instamotor’s service.

GPS tracking built into the app or solutions such as those used by Zipcar to track (and even unlock) cars could also easily come into play in the company’s product roadmap.

Car washes, houses, and cars

While the above is all speculation, Instamotor does (and would) fit into several recent trends.

For example, earlier this month, Keith Rabois revealed his new project, HomeRun, which will similarly handle the entire sale process of a person’s house. The only difference is that HomeRun will first purchase the house from the owner before selling it to a buyer. The buying price is determined through a whole lot of data science . But again, it’s using data to price a commodity and take away as much pain (and time spent!) as possible from the seller.

Cherry, the now-defunct car-wash-on-demand service, is another product that has paved the way for and has created a category for Instamotor. Cherry’s app enabled car owners to request and pay for a car wash, which the company would perform wherever the owner’s car was parked at the requested time. Again, it was a service provided at the time and location convenient to the car owner.

In fact, Instamotor’s team admitted having already spoken with Cherry’s former chief executive about the company and how Cherry’s team operated.

And of course, there are the myriad mobile shopping and selling apps, including Poshmark, Vinted, and Etsy, which offer simple steps for sellers to upload pictures of their items and input key information right through the app.

Though make no mistake: Unlike these shopping apps, Instamotor is a service, not a marketplace.

The team revealed that it had already applied to be part of Y Combinator’s accelerator program (Gui was the actually the first employee of MobileWorks, a Summer 2011 participant), though it also said that it’s exploring other possible sources of funding.

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