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Rallyverse Roundup: Vine Opens Up, Twitter Is Different Than Facebook, LEGO Simpsons

In today’s Roundup, we’re rejoicing to learn that Vine.co is now open for business for all, thinking hard about the difference between what you make and who you are, celebrating the differences between Facebook and Twitter, and getting psyched for the Simpsons in LEGO on Sunday night. You No Longer Need a Vine Account to […]

Rallyverse Roundup: B2B Marketers Increasing Social Media Spend, Huzzah!

In today’s Roundup, we’re talking about more dollars being spent on B2B social media in 2014 than in 2013, the case for why agencies and media owners should be renting (and not buying) ad tech, a heads up on new top-level domains coming online next month, and some seriously nerdy typography-themed eyewear. 58% Of B2B […]

Rallyverse Roundup: A Few of Our Favorite Things

In today’s roundup, we have SumAll’s findings on Instagram’s impact on business, a warning from Facebook about organic reach numbers, social media case studies from MasterCard and Starbucks, and finally, a glimpse of the Twitter response on the live broadcast of “The Sound of Music.” Rallybot likes bright copper kettles, too. Twitter? Facebook? Google+? For […]

Rallyverse Roundup: Twitter Bots, Facebook Tries To Stay Cool

Hope you all enjoyed your weekend and are keeping warm! Today’s Roundup has insight on why Facebook’s trying to convey its coolness to teenagers, information on how marketers can master their page flow, an infographic on how B2B sales have changed in the last decade, and a report on how fake Twitter accounts are dogging […]

Rallyverse Roundup: Resume Robots, Cyber Monday, 10 Things To Never Share

In today’s Rallyverse Roundup, Mashable has a fascinating infographic on what the robots examining your resume are looking for, Entrepreneur explains why a Cyber Monday strategy is crucial for every business, TechCrunch digs deep on YouTube’s strange new comments system, and PR Daily runs through the 10 things you should never share on social media. […]