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Rallyverse API Updates: Likes, Dislikes, Published

We’ve got another update to the Rallyverse API, designed to help our clients who are building applications based on Rallyverse content recommendations. With this update, API users can give Rallyverse feedback on individual content items, in the same way that users can give feedback in the Rallydeck. Specifically, the API now allows users to Like […]

Rallyverse API Update: Profiles, Decks and Carts

We’re very happy to announce the availability of the next version of the Rallyverse API. What’s new in this version of the Rallyverse API? In addition to delivering a user’s Profile Settings and a real-time update of their Rallydeck results, we’ve also layered on the ability to access additional platform elements, like our recently released […]

Rallyverse Roundup: Tumblr Changes, YouTube Safer For Brands, Facebook Whack-a-Mole,

Hope y’all had a great weekend! Today’s Rallyverse Roundup has suggested changes for Tumblr, analysis on Facebook’s ongoing whack-a-mole problem, insight as to why YouTube might now be a little safer for brands, news about a new platform made for connecting apps and services like Dropbox, and more. Facebook’s Whack-a-Mole Problem This BuzzFeed homepage is […]

Rallyverse Roundup: Tech Time Warp, Pinterest API, Lessons From BuzzFeed

The last Roundup of the week features some tips on hiring a social media marketer, news on Pinterest’s just-released API, and lessons on blogging from the BuzzFeed model – love ’em or hate ’em, they’re getting 40 million unique visitors a month! Also, don’t miss Wired’s look back at RCA’s Wireless Wizard from 1961. That […]

Rallyverse Roundup: Twitter IPO, Don’t Send That Email

In today’s Rallyverse Roundup, we’re looking at Twitter’s big IPO news, nine things to consider before clicking “Send” on that email, additional news from Facebook and Twitter, and why brands need to think harder about advertising against tragedy. Twitter Tweets That It’s Going Public (Wired) Twitter has announced, via Twitter, that it has filed the […]