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Rallyverse Roundup: Planning For The Post-Facebook World

In today’s Roundup, we’ve got tips for dealing with a world with no more Facebook organic reach, a reminder that YouTube isn’t actually that old, publishers talking about how they measure native ads, and a happy birthday message for the Game Boy. 7 ways you can address the Facebook bombshell If you are involved with [...]

Rallyverse Roundup: Absolutely Nothing Happened On USAir’s Twitter Yesterday

In today’s Roundup, we’re talking about, ahem, that one tweet that hopefully we’ll all forget soon enough, the what-not-to-do list for visual content marketing, details on YouTube’s push to make YouTube stars bigger stars, and the Mad Men-Game of Thrones mashup you probably assumed existed already. US Airways Twitter Feed Posts Extremely NSFW Picture The [...]

Rallyverse Roundup: All Super Bowl Ads, All The Time

In today’s Roundup, we’re talking about Super Bowl Ads and Super Bowl Ads only. And if you’re bored of those by now, well, we could have talked about the horrific post-game transit service or even, GASP, the game itself! (Congrats to the Seahawks and all of our friends in Seattle!) Super Bowl Ads: The Highs [...]

Rallyverse Roundup: Facebook Versus YouTube Curation

In today’s Roundup, we’re talking about what Facebook News Feed changes mean to publishers, and how it compares to YouTube, brands experimenting on Jelly, the case against navigation bars in your web design, and a deep, deep, deep philosophical question about the future of  newspapers. Why Facebook’s News Feed changes are bad for users. The [...]